The Salvation Army in Japan has three emergency service relief teams in affected areas.


Relief workers from AmeriCares, are in Japan working to deliver medicine and supplies to hospitals, shelters and health responders


Save the Children sent emergency response teams to assist its staff in Japan. 


The U.S. Fund for UNICEF is also raising funds for child victims. A UNICEF team assessed the worst-hit areas of Japan to see where funds are most needed.


International Medical Corps. The corps sent a team of doctors to Sendai, where they will be delivering supplies, assessing needs and identifying communities that have not been reached.


ShelterBox has a response team working to deliver emergency shelters and lifesaving supplies to families in hard-hit areas.


Doctors Without Borders has a team of people on the ground to assist in the massive government-led relief effort. The organization has been providing medical consultations in evacuation centers in hard-hit areas.


Direct Relief International has provided money for emergency materials for thousands of displaced persons in 20 facilities throughout Miyagi prefecture.