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The Salvation Army continues recovery efforts in Japan after an earthquake and tsunami ravaged part of the island.
Aurora Partnership Campaign presented a check in the amount of $3,568.02 to The Salvation Army Japan Relief Efforts recently on behalf of Aurora Caregivers.
Presenting the check to (l-r) Salvation Army Major Sandra Line are Mark Huber, Vice President of the Aurora Health Care Foundation and Ron Irwin, Director of Donor Relations for Aurora Health Care.
The Salvation Army has been active in Japan since 1895, responded immediately after the earthquake and tsunami in March to send relief teams and supplies where needed most. The Salvation Army in Japan includes in its mission and ministries alcohol and rehabilitation centers, homes for children, day nurseries, center for men and women, two hospitals a home for the aged and a housing center for senior citizens.
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Captain Christopher Marques at The Salvation Army Headquarters in Tokyo,
Japan where he chronicles his life in Japan at http://chrisinjapan.blogspot.com.