14 Mar '11, 3pm

@pkchukiss They haven't deployed yet, but they do have permits to receive donations, together with Red Cross Singapore.

@pkchukiss They haven't deployed yet, but they do have permits to receive donations, together with Red Cross Singapore.

- Mercy Relief (MR) stands ready to deploy assistance to Japan following the devastating earthquake and resulting tsunami. MR will accept donations from the public to procure relief supplies. Monitoring of the ground conditions will continue to further ascertain the extent of the damage and nature of support required by the local authorities and affected communities.

Full article: http://www.mercyrelief.org/web/Contents/Contents.aspx?Yr=...

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