Service and Volunteer Med Club
Kohko Kamimura, Kate Kamikubo, Miyabi Leung

We are delighted to announce an upcoming Valentines Sticker Sale!

S&V Med Club
Kohko Kamimura, Kate Kamikubo, Miyabi Leung

Service & Volunteer Med Club would like to extend a huge thank you to the entire HS student body and faculty for your overwhelming support of our Period Package Drive. We were able to collect around 530 individual pads and tampons!!

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We are also delighted to announce an upcoming Valentines Sticker Sale!

Form Submission Dates: February 8th to February 13th, 2022
 **sticker delivery dates and additional info are included in the form description**

Who is it For:
All donations will go to the Japanese Red Cross Society!

Here’s a sneak peak!!


S&V Med focuses on local and global action, service, and thanks within the medical field. After a busy first semester of EL, we have written letters of thanks to Tokyo Metropolitan Hiroo Hospital (forefront of COVID treatment within Tokyo), addressed Mental Health and recent Abortion Law controversies on our social media page, completed a successful Period Package Drive, presented to Grades 4 and 5 following up on their Human Growth & Development Unit, and are now holding an SV Med Sticker Sale!

Happy National Heart Month!

Go follow us on Instagram! -> @seisen_svmedclub
 

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