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Helping japan[1]
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Helping japan[1]

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  • 1. Helping Japan By Ariana & Emily
  • 2. Ways to Help
      • Donattions
      •   Volunteers
      • Fundraisers
      • Get construction workers
  • 3. Fundraisers
      • Clothes fundraiser
      • Non perishable food fundraiser
      • Donate medication
  • 4. Construction
      • We can hire construction workers to re build.
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      • Set up shelters for the people of Japan that were affected.
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  • 5. Medication
      • Retrieve doctors to heal the patients of Japan.
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      • Bring medications from american hospitals to Japan.
  • 6. Donations
      • To retrieve donations from people, we can find volunteers to stand in certain places and have people give them change and such.
  • 7. Clean Up
      • We can get the construction workers and volunteers to help clean up the streets of the cities and towns of Japan.
  • 8. How to Get Voluteers
      • Make flyers and post them everywhere.
      • Have stands with people handing out the flyers.
  • 9. What to Do With the Money
      • Buy Medication.
      • Help feed people at shelters.
      • Help afford shelters for survivors of Japan.
      • Help rebuild.
  • 10. Pictures Of Japan After the Tsunami

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