Accessories to help others! - Social Justice Committee Second Harvest Fundraiser
Suebin Lee

A fundraiser for Second Harvest by the Social Justice Committee!

Hello everyone!

We come with delightful news; the Social Justice Committee is hosting our first fundraiser for this year, with eyecatching handmade accessories. We have a variety from string bracelets to beaded phone straps, all affordable in the range of 200 yen to 500 yen. Best of all, it's not only aesthetically pleasing but has a good purpose as well. The profits from this fundraiser will all be going to the Second Harvest. Second Harvest is an NPO based in Asakusa that has acted as Japan’s first food bank to improve food security for those in need since 2002. 

Here is the google form for order:

The form will be closed on the 15th, Tuesday. Let's contribute to the action of helping those in need within Japan, by simply purchasing an accessory!

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