Samaritan's Purse In Video
The tsunami that struck the northeast coast of Japan on March 11, 2011, devastated the area and the survivors who were left behind once the deadly waters receded. Samaritan’s Purse rushed aid to victims, including over 90 tons of emergency supplies that included hygiene kits, blankets and rolls of heavy-duty plastic, immediately after the disaster. Volunteers from all over joined forces with Japanese volunteers as homes were rebuilt and lives were restored. Watch the videos below to discover how Samaritan’s Purse helped in the aftermath of this tragic disaster and please consider donating to help fund future relief efforts all over the world. Learn More.Give
Meet the volunteers who helped with the mud out efforts after the tsunami hit Japan. Share it with your friends!
God is working in the lives of tsunami victims in Japan a year after the disaster hit. Share it with your friends!
With the aftermath of the devastation Japan has seen, Samaritan's Purse has been hard at work helping to rebuild the homes and lives of survivors. Share it with your friends!
Wyly Walker started his "1000 Cranes to Heal Japan" campaign shorty after the deadly earthquake and tsunami struck Japan. Now, he has more ideas to help support Samaritan's Purse. How can you help? Share it with your friends!
Hope is rising to the people of Japan. Share it with your friends!
Watch as tsunami victims in Japan receive kits of necessary survival items and the Gospel. Share it with your friends!
Samaritan's Purse volunteers are working in Japan to help clean up and rebuild for homeowners. Please pray for Japan as they recover from the March 11, 2011 disaster. Share it with your friends!
Many cars and bicycles were lost in Japan's tsunami. Transportation is a major concern for many survivors. Samaritan's Purse is working with the local churches and shelters to distribute new bicycles. Share it with your friends!
Franklin Graham visited Japan after the earthquake and tsunami to be there for victims while Samaritan's Purse supplied relief. Share it with your friends!
Pastor Kubano's Eiko Church & Kindergarten in Ishinomaki, Japan continues to be a local hub for emergency supplies. Many in the community have turned to the church in their time of need. In order to meet the demand in the community, Samaritan's Purse is shuttling supplies to the church and keeping it stocked with such critical items as food, diapers, hygiene kits, and blankets. Share it with your friends!
Watch Ivan Giesbrect Reports from Sendai Airport after the Japan Tsunami. Share it with your friends!
Japanese Congressman Doi walked the tsunami damaged streets of Sendai for the first time since the waves devastated the city. Doi has been a key Christian partner in mobilizing the relief effort through the local church. Share it with your friends!
When the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, the country saw all sorts of devastation. Hear how Samaritan's Purse partnered with Japanese Christian organizations to help provide relief and hope to those affected by these tragic events. Share it with your friends!
Ninety-three tons of emergency supplies have made it to the Yokota Air Base in Japan. With the help of the US Military, Samaritan's Purse will transport the relief items to the Sendai area, where we have been working the past few days. Our prayer is that these supplies will share God's love and bring much needed comfort and aid to the many people in that area who have been affected by the earthquake and tsunami. Share it with your friends!
Many Japanese people are still living in temporary housing. We bring them comfort with our winter item gift bags, as we share Jesus' love. Watch this video to see how they are impacted by gifts of Bibles, hand warmers, fellowship and hope. Learn more about our year in Japan here. Share it with your friends!
Meet Yukie. Watch as Samaritan's Purse was able to help her pick up the pieces of her life after the tsunami and rebuild her house. Share it with your friends!
© Copyright 2013 Samaritan's Purse. All rights reserved.
Samaritan's Purse is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity.
Click here to Contact Us or visit our International Offices