Please forward to those who you think will be willing to help.
The terrifying news of an 8.9 magnitude earthquake occurred on March 11, 2011 in Japan has shocked everyone by surprise. Videos and pictures of the horrendous aftermath are depicted all over the media. The catastrophic tsunami waves swept across the Northern coast of Japan and destroyed houses, lives, and people’s dreams. It’s been declared as one of the most destructive natural disasters in the history. As of now, the death toll has reached over two thousand people and the total is expected to surpass tens of thousands, but the damages to the hearts and souls of all those who are affected is immeasurable. The pain and suffering of the victims can be felt all the way across the Pacific in United States.
So let us take action as the largest Asian- interest Fraternity in the world. Let us spread awareness of the devastating conditions in Japan. Let us help in rebuilding their cities, homes, and lives. Let us aid in providing necessary resources. Let us take urgent action and show them that they are not alone. Let us united as one brotherhood and contribute to the great cause.
In an effort to contribute to the relief of the devastating disaster that has occurred in Japan, Lambda Phi Epsilon National has created a Wepay donation page at:
All of the proceeds will be donated to the Global Giving Foundation’s Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund directly. More information of this charity can be found on their website at http://www.globalgiv…hquake-tsunami- relief/
Please share the link and information with any affiliated organizations as well as personal contacts. The goal is to collect $10,000 total as a National Fraternity, and we need every brother’s help. Any contribution will help tremendously as we all collaborate for a greater cause.
We appreciate any assistance and support in our effort to fundraise for the earthquake victims. Finally, let’s us pray for Japan with our deepest condolences.
In Eternal Brotherhood,
Philanthropy Chair 2010-2011
Lambda Phi Epsilon National Fraternity Inc.