|List of Recommended Organizations in Japan for Financial Gifts|
|Blogs - From the President|
|Written by Joe Handley|
|Thursday, 17 March 2011 15:22|
At Asian Access, we want to recommend a few select giving options. We realize that there are numerous fine choices for directing your financial assistance. There are certainly many excellent organizations doing great relief work.
However, sometimes it can be daunting to decide where to send your donations. So we offer this simple list to our community to help you narrow your choices, if that's helpful. The organizations on this list are particularly focused on the whole gospel in delivering their aid and we can wholeheartedly endorse their work..
These organizations are listed in alphabetical order:
Giving to Asian Access' Japan Tsunami Relief Fund will go directly toward two objectives:
CRASH Japan is creating partnerships with churches in Japan, so that the relief is locally-based. Asian Access is fully committed to our partnership with CRASH because it is a collaborative effort (of mission organizations and churches) with our shared commitment to the local church as God’s delivery system for ministry. They have tremendous experience in relief work inside and outside of Japan. We personally know the people involved in coordinating this operation. In fact two of leadership team members are Asian Access folks, who work alongside CRASH Director Jonathan Wilson:
Keep in mind that donations to CRASH are not U.S. tax-deductible.
These additional organizations are Lausanneconnections who are working in Japan. They are committed as we are to the 'whole Church bringing the wholegospel to the whole world,' and therefore, we highly recommend them for yourconsideration.
Redeemer City to City
Saddleback Peace Relief
Keep in mind the this is our "short list." We may add to it, after we learn more about what different organizations are accomplishing.
We continue to thank you for your concern, for your prayers, and for your compassionate giving toward the plight of the Japanese people.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 19 March 2011 14:30|