Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Charity Bazaar for Japan Disaster Relief

by Keiko P.

I received a notice of four Japanese community groups co-hosting a charity bazaar for Japan disaster relief. They are trust worthy groups as I know many of these people personally.
Saturday, April 16th, 10AM to 3:00PM
At Meadowbrook Church in Redmond
17944 NE 65th Street, Redmond, WA 98073

They would like to have many participants for their “treasures,” baked goods, and rice ball sale. Your donations of some precious items are also welcome. Please contact Kaori at 425-883-1703 or kyoshida112308@yahoo.com 

All proceed will be donated to help the victims of Japan Earthquake of 2011.  


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5 comments:

  1. No comments so far, but it was one of the most often viewed posts this week, according to blogger-stats; i hope it translates into big support for the charity bazaar for Japan disaster relief.

    i think most readers are just stunned into silence with everyday news about yet new earthquake in Japan - out hearts hurt just thinking about what people there must be going through. i know mine is. thanks for posting this, Keiko.

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