On Friday, September 14, the Japan ICU Foundation (JICUF) will hold a special Fundraising Dinner in Washington, DC to support ICU’s ongoing programs for earthquake relief in Japan.
The Tohoku Earthquake moved us all in its devastation and impact on 3.11 and the world rallied together to show its support for the immediate relief efforts. Rebuilding takes time and long term commitment though…
The Japan ICU Foundation invites you to join us for a special dinner with the new ICU president, Junko Hibiya, to raise funds for ICU’s ongoing earthquake relief efforts. Click here to read more information about the projects we are supporting. If you aren’t in the area or can’t make it in person, you can still show your support by sharing this invitation or donating!
Friday, September 14, 2012
Reception 6 pm, Dinner 6:30 pm
Old Ambassador’s Residence, Embassy of Japan
2516 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Cost: $100 per person (discounts for students & young professionals)
Dinner & Drinks included
Please RSVP by Friday, September 7
212.870.3386 / information[AT]jicuf[DOT]org
To purchase a ticket online, please click here and put “DC Fundraiser” in the designation field. Or you can send a check to the Japan ICU Foundation’s office in New York.
Special guests will include the new ICU President Dr. Junko Hibiya, Dean of International Affairs Dr. Shaun Malarney and Mr. Kakutaro Kitashiro, the Chair of ICU’s Board of Trustees.