As many of you all know, our founder and managing director lives in Texas and travels to Dallas and Japan conducting volunteer disaster recovery. He’s no amateur volunteer, he’s an experienced and university educated professional Disaster recovery coordinator with years on the ground dealing with every type of disaster known.
The Tokyo Task Force will help those affected and responding to the coastal devastation caused by a still powerful Hurricane Harvey.
Here’s how to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
The long-lasting and varied effects are not limited to the areas directly struck by Harvey, miles away shelters are opening to provide safe environments for unfortunate evacuating residents of the wide Texas coast on the Gulf of Mexico.
You all watching from the rest of the world may feel helpless, but there are ways to get involved and help the victims of this massive storm.
The best way to help Texans affected by disasters is to go to our Tokyotaskforce web page www.tokyotaskforce.com and donate. We will evaluate and assist agencies experienced in disaster relief.
Organizations in the US and people I’ve worked with including Japan’s Peace Boat Disaster Center are trained to respond to disasters such as Harvey, which is pounding the Texas Gulf Coast.
Dallas/Ft Worth, San Angelo, Abilene and Wichita Falls, Texas cities far from the coastline but will become front line.
This is already an expensive disaster but we can help.
Join me at TokyoTaskForce.com or send us a direct pledge to support by contacting me via email – firstname.lastname@example.org
All people of Texas will be affected by this disaster and are grateful for your blessings and support.
Director Tokyo Task Force