... you can donate to the following places-
Singapore Red Cross
The SRC (Singapore Red Cross) is accepting monetary donations to help survivors of the Japanese Disaster. Titled the “Japan Disaster 2011”, the appeal will start from 13 March and end 13 April 2011. All donations made to this appeal will be earmarked specifically for the relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts for survivors of this disaster. Donors who wish to make a donation may do so through the following:
a) Cash Donations
Donors may make a cash donation at the Singapore Red Cross at 15 Penang Lane (5 mins from Dhoby Gaut MRT Station) during these opening hours:
• Mondays to Fridays 9.30am to 9pm
• Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays 9.30am to 6pm
b) Cheque Donations
Cheque donations to be made payable to the “Singapore Red Cross Society” and sent to the Singapore Red Cross at 15 Penang Lane, Singapore 238486.. Please indicate at the back of the cheque the following:
• Japan Disaster 2011
• Name of donor/organization
• Contact numbers
c) SMS Mobile Giving
Donors may make their donation via sms to 75772. For every sms, S$50 will be donated to the “Japan Disaster 2011” appeal fund.
d) OCBC donation channels
Donors may make their donations via OCBC multiple banking channels. These include the ATM, Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, Phone Banking, PLUS! Internet Banking and PLUS! Phone Banking. These channels will be available to all customers from Tuesday, 15 March, 9am onwards to 13 April 2011. Please refer to Annex 1 for the user guide.
e) DBS donation channels
Donors may make their donations via DBS’s ATM and Internet Banking from Tuesday, 15 March from 10pm onwards. Please refer to their website at www.dbs.com.sg for information.
f) UOB donation channels
Donors may also make their donations via UOB’s Personal Internet Banking with effect from Wednesday, 16 March. For details on how to donate, please refer to their website at www.uob.com.sg.
The Singapore Red Cross is also working with several banks to make available more donation channels for donors. For a list of updated donation channels, the information will be made available on our website at www.redcross.org.sg
The Singapore Red Cross calls upon members of the public and corporate companies to respond to this nationwide appeal. Due to logistical considerations, the SRC will not be collecting donations-in-kind. Donors are also advised that there will not be any tax deductions for donations made to this appeal.
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Mercy Relief (MR) stands ready to deploy assistance to Japan following the devastating earthquake and resulting tsunami. MR will accept donations from the public to procure relief supplies. Monitoring of the ground conditions will continue to further ascertain the extent of the damage and nature of support required by the local authorities and affected communities.
MR has received its fundraising permit from the Commissioner of Charities to accept donations from the public through the following modes:
Crossed to ‘Mercy Relief Limited’, indicating ‘Japan Quake and Tsunami Relief’ on the reverse, and send to 160 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh #01-1568, Singapore 310160
Present personally at 160 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh #01-1568, Singapore 310160
ATM TRANSFER/INTERNET BANKING
Transfer donations directly to Mercy Relief’s DBS Current Account 054-900493-6
To donate online