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'True Blood' Star Helps Raise Money For Japan

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Even though the earthquake that hit Japan happened a month ago, the country is still in a state of crisis. More than 27,000 people have been killed, and some 15,000 survivors are forced to live in evacuation centers, unable to return home. Luckily fans of the hit show True Blood have decided to step in and help with relief efforts.

Two fans sites, True Blood News and Sam-Trammell.com have banded together to design a special “Blood Donor” t-shirt that allocates 100% of the proceeds from sales to the Red Cross disaster relief efforts in Japan.

The fans even asked Sam Trammell, who plays Sam Merlotte on the show, if he’d want to get involved. The 40-year-old actor enthusiastically agreed to help support the efforts, and even took a photo of himself in one of the Blood Donor shirts.

So, wanna look as fresh to death as Trammell? The t-shirts can be purchased here, and you can find out more about the relief efforts through True Blood News.

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