A day after the disaster, Japan has mobilised thousands of troops, 300 planes and 40 ships for the relief effort. More domestic and foreign emergency workers could find themselves in the front line of this disaster in the coming days and weeks of immediate relief and possibly months and years of reconstruction and resettlement. As a highly-developed major economy, Japan may not need much aid in the form of money or equipment (although those will help). What can you do? Send a message to support and encouragement in English and Hope Letters will translate it into Japanese.
Hope Letters will find ways to deliver the messages to local police, firefighters, paramedics, hospitals and other emergency workers. The messages may be posted electronically if that is available, placed as a hardcopy journal or broadcasted via local news agencies.
Click on the Comment link below to submit your message and be sure to indicate your name and city or nationality.