On March 11th, the northern regions of Japan were devastated by the largest recorded earthquake in the country's history and the resulting tsunami that ravaged the coast. To aid in recovery efforts for the victims, the group Square Enix Group, comprised of Square Enix and other associated companies, has donated 100 million Japanese yen (approximately $1.2 million) to relief organizations. The group has also established that they will be accepting donations from employees worldwide for further aid to the affected areas.
Square Enix has announced that it has donated 100 million Japanese Yen to organizations providing relief to victims of last week's tragic earthquake and tsunami that devastated the northern coast of Japan. The amount is equivalent to $1.2 million US dollars. Square Enix also indicated that it is accepting donations from employees.
Square Enix Group (the Group) today announced that, following the Tohoku Pacific Earthquakes and Tsunami, the Group will donate 100 million Japanese yen to help relief and recovery efforts in the affected regions. Additionally, the Group will collect charity donations from employees worldwide for the disaster relief fund.
The Group also plans to host several support programs through select Square Enix online services and the amusement facilities that TAITO operates across Japan.
We send our deepest sympathy and condolences to the victims, and we sincerely pray that those injured will have full and speedy recoveries.
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