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Donate to charities for Kumamoto and Ecuador Earthquake Victims with Just One Cookbook ebook purchase.
UPDATE (5/2/16): Thank you so much for purchasing my e-book! We sold 261 e-books in April!!! We have donated to $1,090 (50% of April profit) to Kumamoto Japan Earthquake Relief Fund and $1,090 (50% of April profit) to Ecuador Earthquake Relief Fund. We did this together! Thank you for your generosity and kindness! (Please note Paypal took transaction fee.)
Today I’m taking a brief break from posting a recipe and wanted to reach out to you personally. I think we can do a good cause together to help out people who require help due to the devastating natural disasters.
Image: Global Giving
As many of you are aware, the death toll from the 7.8-magnitude quake that shook Ecuador on Saturday rose to more than 400 and it left an estimated 3,000 to 5,000 homeless.
In Japan, a 6.4-magnitude quake on Thursday resulted in nine deaths, while a subsequent 7.1-magnitude earthquake that hit early Saturday left at least 30 dead and more than 1,000 more injured.
Image: Global Giving
I’ve already donated personally (not on behalf of JOC) to the following charities to help both countries; however, I thought I could reach out to you and we could help more people together.
I already donated 100% of March e-book profit to Kumamoto Japan Earthquake Relief Fund.
If you have thought of getting my e-Book in the past, or if you know someone who would enjoy cooking Japanese foods, or if you were looking for a Mother’s Day gift, or if you simply want to help out, please consider purchasing my e-cookbook.
If you have any question about this e-Book, you can find more detailed information on this page.
We are offering this eCookbook for just $9!
Thank you so much for taking your time to read this post. Please share this post with your family and friends who might be interested in purchasing my e-Book as well as helping earthquake victims in Kumamoto Japan and Ecuador. xoxo – Nami