It’s been a little over a month since the Great East Japan Earthquake struck off the coast of Tohoku, triggering massively destructive tsunami waves that have caused enormous amounts of structural damage and left hundreds of thousands of people homeless and tens of thousands of people dead in its wake. In addition to trying to rebuild once vibrant lives, the Japanese government is faced with the task of trying to quell the escalating nuclear meltdown also caused by the tsunami. International aid has been pouring in from all corners of the globe, but it will take even more to get Japan back to where it used to be.
Many companies within Japan and overseas have tried their best to help with relief efforts, selling limited edition products with the proceeds usually going to the Red Cross. For its part, Incase is committed to raising $10,000 for the Artists Help Japan Movement through the Mercy Corps charity organization. Donate $20 and you’ll receive a limited edition Japan Solidarity Case for iPhone 4 (AT&T version only). Shipping and handling is free for domestic and international orders, and 100% of the proceeds will be going towards helping the victims in Japan.
You can donate and get your Japan Solidarity Case through Incase’s online store.
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