Iconic Buildings Shine Japan’s Colors to Encourage Relief Effort

Time.com has reported that Iconic Buildings Shine Japan’s Colors to Encourage Relief Effort. Beginning on Monday, April 4th, landmarks across the world glowed the red and white of Japan’s national flag to show support and to raise awareness for earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan. New York’s Empire State Building, Toronto’s CN Tower, Chicago’s John Hancock Observatory, Auckland’s Sky Tower, Montreal’s Olympic Tower, South Korea’s N Seoul Tower, Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, the Macau Tower and Kuala Lumpur’s soaring Menara will participate , in hopes that the loud visual cues would remind residents to donate to reputable aid efforts in Japan.

Through May 2011, 2% of all Churchill’s furniture rental proceeds will be donated to the Japanese Society’s “Japan Earthquake Relief Fund”.

If you would like to make a personal donation to aid victims of the Tohoku earthquake in visit: www.japansociety.org/earthquake . Your donation will be received with appreciation by all those in dire need.

Churchill has short-term apartment rentals nationwide. Please call us at 866-255-0593 for more info.

Courtesy of time.com

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