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Appeal For Turkey Aid

Author:Author unknown, Issue: September 1999, Topic: Donations

The Aug. 17th 7.8 magnitude earthquake has left massive damage in western Turkey with over 12,000 confirmed dead and over 35,000 people unaccounted for. The Ibaraki International Exchange Association has set up a special bank account to receive funds for supplying aid through the Japanese Red Cross and other NGO's working in the area. Funds can be sent to account number (futsu) 1131469 at branch 033 of the Joyo Bank (Toruko Seibu Jishin Higaisha Gienkin Kuchi, NGO Ibaraki no Kai). Yoroshiku.

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