Following the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on the 11th of March 2011, the survivors and the rest of the nation are still struggling to deal with the aftermath. It will most likely take a long time and a lot of hard work for them to get back on their feet again.
Thousands of people are dead or missing, many people have lost their homes, their belonging and loved ones and, to make things worse, the country is facing a nuclear problem. The fuel and supply shortage is taking its toll and many survivors are ill or seriously injured.
Hopefully, with a little bit of help from the rest of the world, Japan will be able to overcome this disaster. If you are willing to help out, I have provided some direct links to the Red Cross donation pages.
Make a difference by clicking on one of the following links:
• British Red Cross
• American Red Cross
• Cruz Roja Española
• Cruz Roja Americana
Also, please see the following Mashable article for other ways to help:
Japan Earthquake & Tsunami: 7 Simple Ways to Help