The Japan Disaster Relief campaign allows individuals to create fundraising pages to benefit one of several nonprofit organizations working on Japan relief efforts.
Boston, MA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 11, 2011
FirstGiving, a proven leader in providing online peer-to-peer fundraising tools, today launched a campaign to raise money for disaster relief efforts in Japan. The campaign was launched in response to the magnitude-8.9 earthquake hit off the shore of Japan, unleashing a 23-foot tsunami and leaving enormous destruction in its wake.
The Japan Disaster Relief campaign allows individuals to create peer-to-peer fundraising pages to benefit one of several nonprofit organizations that are working on the ground in Japan to provide medical care, food, and shelter. Individuals can choose to simply donate directly to one of these organizations as well.
Since FirstGiving, as part of the Giving Group, was founded over a decade ago, the organization has been dedicated to empowering passionate nonprofit supporters to raise money for the causes they care about. The Japan Disaster Relief campaign offers individuals a simple, meaningful way to contribute to the enormous relief efforts that will be required for Japan’s recovery.
Learn more about the Japan Disaster Relief campaign at http://www.firstgiving.com/japan-disaster-relief.
About FirstGiving FirstGiving empowers passionate individuals to raise money online for thousands of causes and helps 501c3 nonprofit organizations plan, execute, and measure successful online fundraising campaigns. FirstGiving is a proven provider of powerful, yet easy-to-use tools for charity fundraising events and grassroots fundraising campaigns and securely processes online donations. Fundraising ideas and fundraising tips abound on FirstGiving, and our personal fundraising pages are easier to use than any other fundraising software product. For more information, visit http://www.firstgiving.com.