Photo credit: We Add Up
The earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disasters that have struck Japan are no different: We Add Up is asking you to show the love and support recovery at the same time.The new design—available as men's, women's, kid's, and baby shirts and baby onesies—features a kanji character meaning "love" and a number showing that the wearer is part of a group committed to change.
"The mission of the campaign is to spread the message that each of our efforts do matter, because collectively, we add up," said Founder Jill Palermo, "there are so many global problems that need our collective attention. We need to focus on solutions. Our goal is to get millions of people worldwide counted in and committed to doing their part. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something."
If your ready to join the campaign, head over to We Add Up today.
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Read more about the Japan disaster:
Japan's Nuclear Crisis: 2 Weeks After the Mega-Quake & Tsunami
6 Important Questions About the Crisis at Japanese Nuclear Power Plants
Mini-FAQ About Japan's Nuclear Power Plant Crisis