eDoorways Creates Japan Relief Channel to Assist With Global Relief Efforts

Mar 14, 2011, 09:20 ET from eDoorways International Corporation

AUSTIN, Texas, March 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- eDoorways International Corporation (Pink Sheets: EDWY) is asking all its members, associates, and shareholders to interact with one another via the Japan Relief Channel to assist with the coordination of relief efforts for the devastating earthquakes and tsunamis occurring in Japan. "We have established an emergency relief channel for the tragic events currently happening to our friends, family, and colleagues in the environmentally-battered Japan," stated Gary Kimmons, President of eDoorways International Corporation. "We immediately began reaching out to global relief organizations and have offered our support for this tragedy."

eDoorways is deeply saddened by the loss of life and extends our sincere condolences to all who are involved. To access this Channel, please visit the Japan Relief Channel.

Donations can be sent directly to the Red Cross by visiting: https://american.redcross.org/site/Donation2?idb=75625662&df_id=4988&4988.donation=form1.

Or the United Nations by visiting:


For more information on eDoorways International Corporation and/or the "eDoorways" (http://www.eDoorways.com) initiative, e-mail a package request to info@eDoorwaysCorp.com. Visit the corporate Web site at eDoorwaysCorp.com (http://www.eDoorwaysCorp.com), make comments via the corporate blog (http://www.eDoorways.wordpress.com), or follow the company on Twitter (http://twitter.com/edoorways).

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