Home Media Google’s Eric Schmidt Sets Up $100K Japan Matching Fund

Google CEO Eric Schmidt and his wife Wendy have set up an enormously generous plan to help the people of Japan: a $100,000 matching fund for the relief effort after the devastating earthquakes and tsunami. They’re also asking people everywhere to send out this tweet: Help #Japan recover. Retweet this to give $10 today. @EricSchmidt will match first $100K. RT2Give $10.  The money can be sent via CitizenEffect through this email address: http://rt2give.com/ You can also read all about CitizenEffect at http://www.citizeneffect.org/projects/japan-earthquake-relief-fund
Obviously, the $100,000 match is for corporate donors or well-heeled ones. But any size donation is welcome, and it all goes to the American Red Cross relief in Japan.

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