CGG reported earlier that Lady Gaga created her own charity bracelet campaign to raise funds to help relief efforts in Japan. But she's not the only celebrity taking action–singer Jack Johnson and actor Charlie Sheen have both pledged contributions to help in their own ways.
Jack Johnson was on tour in Japan when the earthquake and tsunami struck. While his remaining shows have been postponed until conditions are safe, the Hawaiian crooner will be donating to GlobalGiving's Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund to aid those who were affected by the recent disaster.
And while Charlie Sheen's name has begun to resurface in headlines with the announcement of his own tour, we’d say that this, at least, is one step in the right direction: For each ticket sold from his live shows, the actor has pledged $1 to be donated to the Red Cross's efforts in Japan.
Read up on how you can get involved in disaster response and relief efforts. Plus, you can join us for 100,000 Paper Cranes for Japan–our no car, no adults needed-campaign to support all those affected.