SCC students are raising money to help the people of Japan affected by the tsunami and earthquake(s) of last month. The students have worked hard to plan and coordinate efforts as well as recruit volunteers to work at donation booths both on- and off campus. More than 40 students volunteered their time working at donation booths at different locations throughout the Seattle area last weekend. This week, students and other volunteers continue their efforts here on campus. If you would like to make a cash donation, you can do so any day this week. Volunteers will be accepting cash donations in the PUB foyer all week from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30p.m. Receipts will be given to all who make donations.
Volunteers are still needed at the donation table. Volunteer times are scheduled for one hour increments: 10:30-11:30am, 11:30am – 12:30pm, and 12:30 – 1:30pm. Please contact Kanpong Thaweesuk at email@example.com if you are interested in helping out.
A slideshow with images of the impact of the tsunami and earthquakes will be shown in the Main Dining Room of the PUB on 10-minute intervals beginning at noon on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, and at 11 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday.
Students are also discussing a music charity to be held on campus in May. Information will be released in Day at a Glance and Week Ahead as details are confirmed.
The money raised will be donated to the Japan Red Cross via an account with the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. Donations will be distributed to those in need by the governor of the Miyagi Prefecture (where the most damage was done).
Many thanks to the students and college employees who helped make these efforts possible, including project assistant, Kanpong Thaweesuk; coordinators and group leaders, Fuka Nakagawa and Takashiro Tokuda; stakeholder and stores coordinator, Keisuke Matsushima; project consultant, Yasushiro Sumino; Assistant Director for International Student Services, Mari Kosin, college liaison for the project; Director, Financial Services, Stuart Trippel who generously gave time to ensure that the financial end worked; and Mimi Harvey, advisor to the Indonesian Fellowship Club. Many thanks as well to the countless other students who helped in the planning and coordination of the activities.
Please tell your family and friends about these efforts.
Please support the efforts at an earthquake support Facebook site located at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_200201679998399¬if_t=group_r2j.
All activities were sponsored by the Indonesian Fellowship Club. Many, many thanks to all involved.