Japan Crisis<br />Beginning with an Earthquake, leading to a Tsunami, and compounding with a nuclear threat, the disaster ...
Shelters to Homes<br />Dense shelters lead to disease, emotional stress, and lack of communications and resources.<br />Th...
Information was gathered and shelters were formed, but it seems few are able to begin thinking past the first week of reco...
Find a Home<br />Filter<br />For the place that fits your specific needs<br />Contact<br />By phone and email or message u...
Sparkreliefis a non-profit disaster relief technology company<br />What	we empower communities to provide disaster relief<...
Our Part<br />Fourteen people volunteered to empower you through Sparkrelief.org<br />This resource enables you to easily ...
Help us provide housing to those displaced by this terrible disaster<br />Post your home and change a life on Sparkrelief....
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Crowdsourcing Disaster Housing for Japan Earthquake

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How to use technology to empower the community to help those affected by disaster. Sparkrelief created a site for people to give housing to those made homeless by the Japan earthquake.

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Crowdsourcing Disaster Housing for Japan Earthquake

  1. 1. Japan Crisis<br />Beginning with an Earthquake, leading to a Tsunami, and compounding with a nuclear threat, the disaster had far reaching impact and destruction<br />More than 8,000 were killed by this disaster<br />Hundreds of thousands were homeless after nearly 60,000 buildings were destroyed<br />Offer Housing for Japan<br />Give Hope at Sparkrelief.org<br />
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  3. 3. Shelters to Homes<br />Dense shelters lead to disease, emotional stress, and lack of communications and resources.<br />There are people willing to help by offering others a place to stay. When those in need connect with these kind people, they also find the food, water, and clothing they need. The connections recreate the community that feels lost and leads to emotional recovery.<br />
  4. 4. Information was gathered and shelters were formed, but it seems few are able to begin thinking past the first week of recovery.<br />We are trying to help thousands of families whose homes were destroyed find a place to recover and renew their lives.<br />
  5. 5. Find a Home<br />Filter<br />For the place that fits your specific needs<br />Contact<br />By phone and email or message using the site<br />Meet<br />With the person before going to their home<br />Spread The Word<br />Language<br />Sparkrelief.org is translated into both English and Japanese<br />How to Help<br />Offer your home<br />Post the details of your home to Sparkrelief<br />Your contact info is kept private if you prefer<br />Meet with the person before hosting<br />or Volunteer to Help Our Team . Message us at team@sparkrelief.org <br />
  6. 6. Sparkreliefis a non-profit disaster relief technology company<br />What we empower communities to provide disaster relief<br />WHY to immediately improve the lives of those affected by disaster<br />WHERE we develop our software in Colorado and deploy worldwide<br />A community driven resource for disaster information and relief<br />
  7. 7. Our Part<br />Fourteen people volunteered to empower you through Sparkrelief.org<br />This resource enables you to easily help Japanese earthquake victims find housing<br />
  8. 8. Help us provide housing to those displaced by this terrible disaster<br />Post your home and change a life on Sparkrelief.org<br />Eli Hayes . Executive Director<br />720.675.9609 . team@sparkrelief.org<br />

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