Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Cats For A Good Cause: Items You Can Buy To Help Japan

Looking for more ways to help Japan? Many Etsy sellers are currently donating part, or all of the proceeds from some of their items to various relief related charities. Here are just a few examples of cool kitty items you can purchase to help make a difference!

Japan Disaster Relief Doll - Zeropumpkin, $30.00

100% of the proceeds from the sale of this doll will go to the GlobalGiving Project for Japan Disaster Relief.

Proceeds from the sale of this lucky cat (cost, minus shipping) will go to the American Red Cross Japan Relief Fund.

Help Japan Print - Krize, $35.00

100% of the profit from this kitty print (minus shipping, local taxes and Etsy, Paypal taxes) will be donated to the American Red Cross.

Lucky Cat Pincushion - Blushful, $25.00

40% ($10.00) of the retail price of the Lucky Cat pincushion will go to a reputable charity supporting the efforts of the Japan Earthquake Relief. The seller will include a receipt of the donation with your order.

Until March 25th, Instantt is donating the entire listed price of all prints in their Etsy shop to disaster relief in Japan.

50% ($5) of the sale of this ID tag (also available in a puppy style) will be donated to help Japan's Animals. The seller will be rotating between six organizations, including Animal Rescue Kansai, World Vets, and the American Humane Association.

In addition to the products listed above, click
here to view thousands of other cat and non-cat items you can purchase to help benefit the survivors of the devastating earthquake and tsunami.



RowanRaven said...

Thank you so much for posting this!! My thoughts are with the Japanese people and, of course, the animals there as well.
This information is greatly appreciated!

Julia Williams said...

Those are all cute, and what a wonderful idea!

Angel Ginger Jasper said...

Those are realy nice aand a great idea. I will take a look. Hugs GJ x

Cat and DOG Chat With Caren said...

thanks for sharing these! What makes them even better is they are for such a good cause :)

Marg said...

Those are really nice items and such a good idea to do to help the people and animals in Japan.

Tamago said...

Thank you so much for the information! So many ways to help and they are really cute.

Unknown said...

Awesome post! I'm getting my wallet out now.

Unknown said...

Mum was thinking of donating her Ode to Japanese wood blocks themed drawing to a raffle form the Japanese red cross. ..

Catsparella said...

I think that's a wonderful idea, Kokoro!

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