No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani donates $1 million to Japan earthquake child victims 

Ever since she first visited Japan on tour with her band, No Doubt diva Gwen Stefani has been in love with the country and its colorful culture. And the fashionable Harajuku District, in particular, which inspired her solo song “Harajuku Girls” as well as her popular clothing line, Harajuku Lovers.

Naturally, she’s not sitting idly by as her home away from home endures some of its worst post-disaster days ever — she just personally donated $1 million to the Save The Children, in its relief effort for Japan earthquake-tsunami child victims.

Stefani isn’t stopping there.

Through her group’s website, she’ll be selling a special fundraising Harajuku Lovers T-shirt, with 10 percent of the profits going directly to the aforementioned organization. Also, she’ll be unveiling a special charity auction, where fans can bid on a chance to accompany her to a special Los Angeles-Japan benefit event that’s being scheduled.

She’s planning even more multitiered fundraisers for the land that means so much to her — stay tuned to her site to find out more.

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