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Alicia Silverstone Calling for More Japan Help

April 26, 2011 (6:08 pm) GMT
Actress Alicia Silverstone is urging her fans to continue donating to the Japan earthquake and tsunami relief fund because the 'suffering continues even after the media moves on'.

The "Clueless" star has been moved by the images of devastation from last month's disasters and she is determined to highlight the ongoing plight of survivors.

Alicia Silverstone has called on readers of her blog to donate cash to the Red Cross and the Save Japan Dolphins organisation, as well as asking them to help raise awareness of the environmental crisis on social networking site Facebook.

In a post on her website entitled 'Please continue to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan!', she writes, "Many of you have probably donated already, but I just wanted to send a little reminder that suffering continues even after the media moves on. Here are some ways that you can continue to help Japan... "

"Causes Facebook App - Search 'Japan' for a list of orgs (organisations) you can donate to. You'll find everything from humanitarian aid to animal rescue."

"Save Japan Dolphins - despite the turmoil, activists continue their efforts to save Japan's dolphins. Red Cross - You can donate $10 by texting REDCROSS to 90999."

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