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Request to Japanese/Japan-based Freepers: What's best, fastest way to send aid to most affected?
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Posted on 03/17/2011 6:30:25 AM PDT by quesney

To Japanese and Japan-based Freepers:

What's the best, quickest way of getting aid to people on the ground directly -- via local groups, religious instutitons, etc.

I'd rather not give it to an international bureaucracy like the Red Cross (Japanese website was confusing), other NGO's or government.

This is being posted Front/Breaking because I imagine a lot of other Freepers want this info and, let's face it, it's an emergency over there and these people need quick, effective help as soon as they can get it.

I've seen too many stories of waste, corruption and abuse (Haiti, Katrina, etc.) and would rather bypass this and get as big a share of every dollar to the people who need it now as soon as possible.


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KEYWORDS: aid; charity; donations; help; japan; redcross; salvationarmy; samaritanspurse; shikataganai; shoganai
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To: Mrs. Don-o; silverleaf
RE: 7 and 56

Thanks for the recommendations - however when I clicked on the Caritas link and saw the tabs for "Economic Justice" and "Climate Change" (which also included an inner tab for "Climate Justice"), I felt like I should have been breaking out into a rousing rendition of the Commie Anthem: "The Internationale".

I presume the Caritas people do good work - but their website gave me the eebie-jeebies. I'll stick with Samaritan's Purse and the Salvation Army (and maybe Partners International ... without the last "e"). Thanks nonetheless.

101 posted on 03/17/2011 9:42:25 AM PDT by El Cid (Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house...)
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To: El Cid
At this point, I think everybody's giving together, praying together, and loving together.

Thank you for supporting the suffering Japanese people, via any one of Jesus' Ten Thousand Ways to Love.

102 posted on 03/17/2011 9:47:08 AM PDT by Mrs. Don-o (Do not ask the LORD to guide your steps if you are not willing to move your feet.)
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To: El Cid; All

If you go to the Caritas Japan page and donate via the Aid-to-Japan link, that is where it goes.

I donated and followed up with a question, got this answer:

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Hello XXXXX,

Thank you for your email and for your donation.

Be assured that if you donated via the “Support our work in Japan” link that the donation will be designated for that purpose.

I see every donation after it is processed so I will ensure that it is attributed to the Caritas Japan appeal.

Warm wishes,

Nigel Wallace
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103 posted on 03/17/2011 9:54:18 AM PDT by silverleaf (All that is necessary for evil to succeed, is that good men do nothing)
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To: varina davis

I give to SAMARITAN’S PURSE too, regularly and sometimes exclusively, and I am a Jew!

(a real one, not a Christian who likes to yammer assorted sacrileges in transliterated Hebrew, presumably to appear holier or more genuinely “grafted in” than his fellow Christians whilst offending actual, worshipful Jews.)


104 posted on 03/17/2011 9:55:10 AM PDT by golux
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To: golux

(a real one, not a Christian who likes to yammer assorted sacrileges in transliterated Hebrew, presumably to appear holier or more genuinely “grafted in” than his fellow Christians whilst offending actual, worshipful Jews.)

I really appreciate you saying that. I I am a Christian grew up in a Jewish community and have been embarrassed when Christians do the Jewish thing. I worked with a Christian once who wanted to name our business a Hebrew name to bring in more Jews. I stonewalled her. She really doesnt understand.


105 posted on 03/17/2011 9:58:56 AM PDT by Chickensoup (“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stomping on a human face — forever.” Orwell)
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To: silverleaf; Mrs. Don-o

Thanks


106 posted on 03/17/2011 9:58:56 AM PDT by El Cid (Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house...)
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To: El Cid

I agree with you, FWIW, and appreciate your research.


107 posted on 03/17/2011 10:04:52 AM PDT by Theo (May Rome decrease and Christ increase.)
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To: golux
Bless you. God, who discerns hearts, is delighted, I think, by any compassion; even, by any attempt at compassion.
108 posted on 03/17/2011 10:06:21 AM PDT by Mrs. Don-o ("Show me one who loves: he knows what I mean." St. Augustine)
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To: Chickensoup

Thanks.

I went to Catholic and Anglican schools so I am pretty certain what can be called “Sacrilege” to a Christian. (Especially a Catholic.)

There are certain no-nos in Judiasm, too: certain things that you just don’t do. It’s wrong. Like saying or ESPECIALLY writing variations on what might me the actual name of the Lord.

Listen - I am not saying by this comment that my faith is “right” and another’s is “wrong”. That is TOTALLY not the subject here. Whether or not YOUR interpretation of the Bible and scholarship and faith agrees with MY beliefs is not the issue. The issue is COMMON DECENCY.

The issue for me is somnething like this:

If I were a Catholic, then converted to Judiasm, or was a Jew, but somehow identified with Catholicism...

...And in each of my posts on FR I tag-lined with a little outlandish latin heresy (no I will not give an example) you can bet your sweet ass I would be taken for a mean, rude, unholy, loud-mouthed and FUNDAMENTALLY disrespectful jive-ass fool in sore need of an ass-kicking.

Frankly I hope Jesus himself kicks some of these guy’s asses... Even if I can’t be there to see it! LOL.


109 posted on 03/17/2011 10:16:38 AM PDT by golux
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To: AnnCee
The Red Cross is a great place to donate blood.

The Salvation Army is a great place to donate money.

110 posted on 03/17/2011 10:40:06 AM PDT by Vigilanteman (Obama: Fake black man. Fake Messiah. Fake American. How many fakes can you fit in one Zer0?)
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To: quesney

Salvation Army is always safe. We try to channel our donations throughour local SBC church to be sure the money ends up where it’s supposed to.

Salvation Army does great work, but they’re not in to tooting their own horn so there’s not a lot of media coverage. Ditto for Southern Baptist Convention; seems that the SBC people are usually first on the scene for disasters. Again, they don’t get the press because they’re not glamorous.


111 posted on 03/17/2011 10:44:53 AM PDT by MayflowerMadam
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To: Marty62

Hollywood has been on top of this one - check out Lady Gaga, whomever she is.


112 posted on 03/17/2011 10:47:35 AM PDT by Chi-townChief
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To: Chi-townChief

Lady G is not on my radar. Madonna redux.

Where are the Bono scam fundraisers?

I think they know they would have a hard time raising money with the questionable practices re Haiti.


113 posted on 03/17/2011 10:54:09 AM PDT by Marty62 (Marty 60)
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To: DoughtyOne

I’m with you. We sent our money to the Salvation Army.


114 posted on 03/17/2011 11:03:14 AM PDT by GATOR NAVY ("The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen." -Dennis Prager)
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To: ponygirl

Close, it’s off of Okinawa. There are others like it including megalithic ruins 2000’ beneath the waves off of Cuba and other relics of pre-flood times as well. There is a magnetic anomaly at one corner of Lake Vostok, 2 miles beneath the ice of Antarctica which pegs magnetometers in aircraft flying over (the thing that normally does that is a city...).


115 posted on 03/17/2011 11:20:08 AM PDT by wendy1946
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To: Lazamataz

Thanks for the insight, just donated to the Salvation Army and they will be oone of my new charities from now on.


116 posted on 03/17/2011 11:56:27 AM PDT by PMAS
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To: ThomasThomas

Are you aware that Red Cross directors make between $200 and $300K+ per year? I can’t say all of them do, but I’ve heard of too many of them that have.

Around 09/11 I followed what the Red Cross was doing with funds donated for the surviving family members of those killed on 09/11.

I will never provide one dime in support for the Red Cross, any Red Cross effort ever again.

If you wish to, hey that’s okay. I’m not going to dump on you for having done so.


117 posted on 03/17/2011 1:15:06 PM PDT by DoughtyOne (The only thing higher than Obama's chin, is his ass facing West five times a day.)
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To: GATOR NAVY

Good for you.


118 posted on 03/17/2011 1:18:49 PM PDT by DoughtyOne (The only thing higher than Obama's chin, is his ass facing West five times a day.)
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To: silverleaf; Lazamataz; All

To me it really doesn’t make a difference IF Japan is a wealthy nation or a 3rd World nation, You can have all the wealth in the world, but IF you don’t have Jesus, you have nothing!

I remember some years back when Cresent City, California was hit by a tidal wave in the middle of a cold winter...and the Red Cross was still pulling ‘Red-tape’...the Salvation Army, was in there with hot meals and warm clothing...made no difference what a persons status was...what they needed was warm clothing, hot meals, given with a warm smile in the name of Jesus... IF, the gift is given with the right attitude, the Lord will reward you accordingly. I prefer to do my giving as unto the Lord, as I’m sure many others do too, so why should any of us question and try to qualify the needs of any people that have been stricken by such a tragedy with the magnitude of the Earthquake and Tsunami that hit Japan. I know many Japanese people that are some of the most loving and giving people that you could meet...they would give you the shirt off of their back, even IF you were rich, but needed a shirt at that particular moment. So, let’s us think ahead a bit, out of the box...we maybe hit with a similar disaster.... would we except the ‘shirt’ that Japan would off each one of us? Ends times are coming and there will undoubtedly be more disasters coming and we need to be prepared and support one another.

Not only the Salvation Army, but also the ‘Samaritan’s Purse’ is there ‘johnny on the spot’ when needed and giving a cup of cold water in the Name of Jesus, with no questions asked.

I would not hesitate to give to either one of these wonderful organizations, as Lazamataz so aptly put it....when he needed help...they were there and brought good results. Good for you Laz...thanks for sharing your Overcoming with Salvation Army’s help! God Bless you, Laz, as you give and bless others in return.


119 posted on 03/17/2011 1:45:27 PM PDT by SoldiersPrayingMom (....A nation divided against itself, cannot stand.)
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To: silverleaf; Lazamataz; All

To me it really doesn’t make a difference IF Japan is a wealthy nation or a 3rd World nation, You can have all the wealth in the world, but IF you don’t have Jesus, you have nothing!

I remember some years back when Cresent City, California was hit by a tidal wave in the middle of a cold winter...and the Red Cross was still pulling ‘Red-tape’...the Salvation Army, was in there with hot meals and warm clothing...made no difference what a persons status was...what they needed was warm clothing, hot meals, given with a warm smile in the name of Jesus... IF, the gift is given with the right attitude, the Lord will reward you accordingly. I prefer to do my giving as unto the Lord, as I’m sure many others do too, so why should any of us question and try to qualify the needs of any people that have been stricken by such a tragedy with the magnitude of the Earthquake and Tsunami that hit Japan. I know many Japanese people that are some of the most loving and giving people that you could meet...they would give you the shirt off of their back, even IF you were rich, but needed a shirt at that particular moment. So, let’s us think ahead a bit, out of the box...we maybe hit with a similar disaster.... would we except the ‘shirt’ that Japan would off each one of us? Ends times are coming and there will undoubtedly be more disasters coming and we need to be prepared and support one another.

Not only the Salvation Army, but also the ‘Samaritan’s Purse’ is there ‘johnny on the spot’ when needed and giving a cup of cold water in the Name of Jesus, with no questions asked.

I would not hesitate to give to either one of these wonderful organizations, as Lazamataz so aptly put it....when he needed help...they were there and brought good results. Good for you Laz...thanks for sharing your Overcoming with Salvation Army’s help! God Bless you, Laz, as you give and bless others in return.


120 posted on 03/17/2011 1:45:39 PM PDT by SoldiersPrayingMom (....A nation divided against itself, cannot stand.)
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To: Lazamataz
This is not breaking news.

Who cares? It's a very timely topic, and it's a question I have also been asking.

121 posted on 03/17/2011 1:49:00 PM PDT by giotto
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To: TomGuy

I’ve given to the Red Cross, but after 9/11 and all the stories about the donation mismanagement, that was it for me!

The Salvation Army is the only ones I give to now! I’ve given to them numerous times, and they’ve never come back asking for money!

They’ve got a couple of different e-mail addresses of mine, and I never receive anything from them, except for a thank you note!


122 posted on 03/17/2011 2:11:05 PM PDT by RogerWilko
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To: DoughtyOne
I dropped the Red Cross like a rock when I learned they used donations TO LOBBY MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.

http://www.opensecrets.org/news/2011/03/ceo-3-2-11.html

Now that really sucks.

123 posted on 03/17/2011 2:32:17 PM PDT by Gabrial (The Whitehouse Nightmare will continue as long as the Nightmare is in the Whitehouse)
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To: Marty62

Bono is just a worn-out old fool - here’s the new kids for Japan >>> http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2011/03/hollywood-celebrities-raise-money-japan-relief


124 posted on 03/17/2011 2:59:46 PM PDT by Chi-townChief
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To: Chi-townChief

Thanks for the link.

The yungins are doing good, it’s nice to see them being responsible and concerned. I’m sure plenty donate privately without fanfare.

But it does help to have them speaking up.


125 posted on 03/17/2011 3:32:00 PM PDT by Marty62 (Marty 60)
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To: wendy1946
The Red Cross should be last on the list.

Most of the money sent to the Red Cross will not go to help people truly in need of emergency help.
The Red Cross has many government contracts that gets their name listed as a “go to” charitable organization.
They are essentially a government agency, and frankly just syphon off desperately needed charitable funds to pay for their large and basically useless bureaucracy.

The Salvation Army does the hard, unglamorous grunt work that needs to be done “right now”, and doesn't demand media attention for doing what must be done.

And yes, I once worked in a paid, part-time position at the Red Cross.
Some truths must be experienced, to be believed.
In this...at least pay attention to experienced honorable USA military veterans of every era for the past 60 years.
Ignore the Red Cross.

126 posted on 03/17/2011 4:50:26 PM PDT by sarasmom
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To: quesney
I have personally visited the Salvation Army building in Jimbocho (a famous place to buy books by the way in Tokyo), about a decade ago.

The Salvation Army has Japanese staff on the ground in Japan, which is an enormous advantage.

127 posted on 03/17/2011 5:05:13 PM PDT by snowsislander
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To: sarasmom
The Red Cross should be last on the list.

That seems to be the consensus of opinion here and I've given more to the SA than to other charities on this one. The SA is my most basic charity, it was just less than clear to me that they operated well outside of the US.

128 posted on 03/17/2011 5:28:53 PM PDT by wendy1946
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To: Gabrial

They’re dropping quite a bit of cash there aren’t they.

I hadn’t realize the Red Cross tried to tap into our tax dollars too.

I guess our donations aren’t enough.


129 posted on 03/17/2011 5:34:30 PM PDT by DoughtyOne (The only thing higher than Obama's chin, is his ass facing West five times a day.)
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To: quesney

Food for the Hungry ( http://www.fh.org/ ) is great. A charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, more than 93% of donations go out to the field. Very low overhead costs.


130 posted on 03/17/2011 5:42:00 PM PDT by HalfFull ("Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?" -PHenry)
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To: Vigilanteman

Don’t be so certain on the first one. While they do have the largest network of blood banks. They have also been under a near constant Consent Decree from the FDA for a very very long time. You can go to the FDA web site and see it. Basically for nearly all types of failures related to following controls and procedures while acquiring, testing, tracking, and maintaining the blood.

A consent decree is pretty much the worst type of punishment the FDA can put on any biz related to othe medical profession. Of course they can also take all profits retroactive to when they establish an issue started, but for a non-profit the consent decree is the creme-dele-creme. Basically the FDA signs off on every decision and nothing ships or moves without their ok.

Heres a link to the last amendment I’m aware of:

http://www.fda.gov/downloads/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/ORA/ORAElectronicReadingRoom/UCM170620.pdf


131 posted on 03/17/2011 5:45:15 PM PDT by reed13
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To: reed13

ooops that pdf only has the first 56 pages. The remaining 16 are here:

http://www.fda.gov/downloads/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/ORA/ORAElectronicReadingRoom/UCM170622.pdf


132 posted on 03/17/2011 5:48:48 PM PDT by reed13
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To: reed13

Oh and here is some info showing that they were still having issues in 2008 5 years after the amended decree of 2003 - amended from 2001.....

http://www.fda.gov/downloads/ICECI/EnforcementActions/EnforcementStory/UCM129807.pdf


133 posted on 03/17/2011 5:52:17 PM PDT by reed13
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To: AdmSmith; AnonymousConservative; Berosus; bigheadfred; ColdOne; Convert from ECUSA; Delacon; ...

Thanks Mrs. Don-o.

Also remember The Salvation Army:
https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org

Also note there’s a fake SA email running around:

http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/118207934.html
E-mail scam affecting donations to Japan


134 posted on 03/17/2011 6:03:45 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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To: reed13

Now all that out of my system - my wife and daughters and I have been asking the same questions on how we could help. Her family isn’t impacted directly (I don’t consider electrical outages and semi-empty stores direct in this instance), but we want to assist.

A number of the broadcasts have had a shortlist of items that were being specifically asked for by those impacted. Some practical for us and some not so much: gasoline, water, toilet paper, sanitary napkins, diapers, wet wipes, hand and body towels, blankets. (Not thinking the gas would be accepted by the post office, in any case shipping liquids is always expensive.) We thought about gathering some of the other items to send to her sister, but for some reason they still aren’t accepting those type of donations -
I think, and it’s a guess, that it’s because they just haven’t been able to get but a few emergency vechicles into the distressed areas due to the number of bridges and tunnels impacted in those ares. The outlying areas are starting to see some trucks, but those people seem to be in shelter buildings. Some of the others seem to still be sitting around fires in the worst impacted areas based on some of the aerial shots. I’m expecting that to improve shortly, but....

So we’ve decided to go the money route immediately and then followup with clothing and comfort items thereafter to the shelter areas that are already being reserved/setup away from the impacted area. Something like chocolates or dried squid (I know it doesn’t sound quite right, but after 6 months with only bare necessities and plain rice/bread; I think they would like a snack as a change of pace if given from the heart - and there dried squid is a snack - and besides it tastes good - at least in certain flavors...)

My understanding is that the government has already reserved whole hotels as far away as Osaka to house the families as it will be quite some time before any houses will be able to be rebuilt. The accents and foods will be different from what they grew up with and many won’t know just how long before they can go back....so anyway that’s what we’re thinking....other freepers thoughts?


135 posted on 03/17/2011 6:08:17 PM PDT by reed13
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To: reed13

Oh and the girls got the school Beta Club to start a penny war between classes.


136 posted on 03/17/2011 6:13:20 PM PDT by reed13
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To: reed13

Oh and the girls got the school Beta Club to start a penny war between classes and contribute the $ for the cause. Not sure which route they are sending it I should check into that.


137 posted on 03/17/2011 6:13:55 PM PDT by reed13
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To: quesney; All

Thanks for asking/posting. GRRRREAT thread! Thanks to all posters.

BUMP for Japan!


138 posted on 03/17/2011 7:09:49 PM PDT by PGalt
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To: Mrs. Don-o

Thank You. . .


139 posted on 03/17/2011 10:16:56 PM PDT by cricket (Osama - NOT made in the USA. . . .and Obama, not made in the USA either.. .)
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To: rob777
Yes, Japan's debt relative to GDP is nearly highest in the world (over 200%), due to [now two] "lost decades" of bullheaded government fiscal policies and stimulus packages.

Japanese and gaijin living in Japan need a lot of help, particularly in finding and reuniting survivors and families and rebuilding infrastructure and reopening the plants / factories after the devastating earthquake and tsunami destruction, instead of panicking about effects of "radiation" in places far from Fukushima plants.

It doesn't make it any easier, but... sho ga nai. Hope everything turns out well with your family and friends, as well as others there.

140 posted on 03/17/2011 11:43:36 PM PDT by CutePuppy (If you don't ask the right questions you may not get the right answers)
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To: AngelesCrestHighway

Ohdear .... swiped for its familiarity to the truth .. tragic, our cross to bear.


141 posted on 03/18/2011 12:43:19 AM PDT by STARWISE (The overlords are in place .. we are a nation under siege .. pray, go Galt & hunker down)
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To: Lazamataz

Laz,
I have heard the same type of testimony from many where the. Salvation Army is conmcerned, especially from veterans. They do great work.


142 posted on 03/18/2011 5:26:42 AM PDT by OriginalChristian (Palin/Cain 2012; Palin/Cain 2016; Cain/West 2020; Cain/West 2024; West/TBNL 2028...)
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To: quesney
I'll put in a word for "Team Rubicon". They are a group of former military batlefield medics and lots of other volunteers like firemen and police as well as Doctors that came together spontaneously after the Haiti Quake.

As they put it: "We bridge the gap between catastrophe and large-scale response, uniting military veterans with medical professionals".

Their speciality is disaster "triage" = first line care before the full fledged medical teams can become effective.

They have elected to "stand down" in the Japan disaster because of the strong medical infrastructure in place and relatively few survivors who need "battlefield type" medical attention. Pics from Haiti showing them splinting a little girls broken leg with cardboard and duct tape speak to their "get it done" attitude.

They are conserving their funds for events that need their type of skills - Haiti, Pakistan, Chile, Sudan, Burma...etc.

They are a grassroots, can-do bunch. I suggest you check out their website....I believe they are as efficient with their donations as anyone on the planet. Somewhere on their website you might find a story of them fighting with the US State Dept. in Haiti who tried to confiscate supplies sent to Rubicon for the...yep - US Consular staff!

http://teamrubiconusa.org/bios/

143 posted on 03/21/2011 2:05:40 PM PDT by HardStarboard (I'm sure George and Dick had quiet smiles while watching the election results!)
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