Last Updated on 6th April 2011

As the aftermath of Japan’s recent devastating tsunami and earthquake continues, donations are still pouring in to help rebuild this desperate country – and with aid organisations setting up in their thousands, LVMH is the latest do-gooders to dip deep.

Luxury conglomerate Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton have reportedly donated £3.75 million to Japan’s earthquake relief fund, reports LDNfashion – an extremely generous act, we think you’ll agree, and one which will undoubtedly make a huge difference to the lives of many heartbroken citizens.

Japan accounts for nine per cent of the group’s annual turnover, and at a recent shareholder’s meeting LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault was confident the people of Japan would pull through this horrific natural disaster.

“I am confident in the strength of the Japanese people: Their tenacity and their ability to face very difficult situations will help them to emerge very quickly from this terrible crisis,” said Arnault.

To see how you can donate and make a difference in Japan click here.

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