Supernatural Registration Authority to donate all March proceeds to Red Cross Japan Disaster Fund

A. Quinton — Mar. 12th 2011

Hey everyone. I’m doing a thing over on that other site I run to try and help the relief effort currently underway in Japan. Friday’s earthquake and the subsequent tsunami (and potentially imminent nuclear disaster) are going to take a lot of time, effort and money to clean up. If you’d like to help, you can donate directly to the American or Canadian Red Cross (the UK Red Cross isn’t yet accepting donations for Japan specifically) or you can buy a $5 physical registration document from the Supernatural Registration Authority– I will be donating all of the SRA’s proceeds for the month of March to the Canadian Red Cross’s Japan Earthquake/Asia-Pacific Tsunami fund. If you’ve been on the fence about registering as a werewolf (or any of the other indexed supernatural entities), now’s a good time– you’ll get a cool license document to show off your supernatural status, and your money will go to an extraordinarily worthy cause.

  • Sounds good to me, Andrew. Nice way to marry up our favorite monsters and help folks at the same time. :) I know I’ll be applying for mine.

  • Jen Mayville

    Hi,

    My name is Jen and I work for the Canadian Red Cross. Thank you for supporting our Japan earthquake appeal. We really appreciate it.

    We would love to continue to connect with you. You can find us on Twitter (@redcrosscanada), Facebook (facebook.com/canadianredcross), and our blog is redcrosstalks.wordpress.com.

    Thank you once again for your support!

  • Lykeaus

    Done and Done…Now I’m I’m on the right side of the law, and helping others…

  • Nice. Just signed up and ordered the license document.

    I must admit, I was torn on what to sign up as. I ended up picking ‘therianthrope’, as I’m obsessed with not only werewolves but other were-animal types as well–especially werecats!

  • Great job Andrew! I am doing something similar with my game right now, all preorders are going straight to the relief in Japan and I reduced the price. My wife is Japanese and her family is there, as well as many of my friends, they are all ok but there is a lot of devastation there that still needs help. Thanks for helping to support the relief effort they really need it!