Google Adds Chile Earthquake Donation and Person Finder
By on February 27th, 2010

Google has added a link to their homepage, clicking on which takes users to a page where they can donate towards relief for the recent Earthquake in Chile and also provides an option for users to find information about a missing person or add information if users are aware about them.

Google Chile Disaster Relief

If you are looking to donate or find information about someone please visit http://www.google.com/relief/chileearthquake/> Mashable also has a list of places where users can track the progress of the impending Tsunami in Hawaii, which you can read here. Users can also track real time updates about the disaster by visiting this page. For more options to donate towards the Chile disaster you can also visit RedCross.org.

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  • http://www.bodydetoxdiet.net Charly Lance

    Have anyone noticed that earthquake is a bit frequent these days? . Does climate change have any thing to do with earthquake?

 
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