Are you ready to strap on your kamik rain boots and head over to Japan to help? Unless you are trained in disaster recovery, stay at home. You can help out just as much at home. Salon.com has posted a list of ways you can help. In case you don't want to visit their website, here's a small list of places you can help:
Donors who want to give directly to the American Red Cross can do so at its website, or by texting "redcross" to 90999 to make a $10 gift. The organization is assisting the Japanese Red Cross, and providing shelter to those displaced by the tsunami in American regions such as Hawaii and the Pacific Northwest.
Lady Gaga has a "We Pray For Japan" wristband you can buy at her website. 100 percent of proceeds go directly to Japan relief.
Doctors Without Borders is sending teams to the areas that were effected the worst.
Let's show Japan how the world can come together to overcome tragedy.