Posted by: sharingyoochun | August 29, 2011

[News] 110828 JYJ donates 1,000 radiation detectors to victims of the Japan earthquake

ZAK Corporation recently published a report regarding JYJ’s donation to aid victims of the recent tsunami/earthquake disaster in Japan.

It has been decided that the proceeds from the JYJ charity concert which took place on June 7, 2011 will be donated in the form of 1,000 NukAlerts, a radiation detector, to the city of Souma in Tachiya Shigeru Kiyoshi Fukushima Prefecture. This was at the emergency request from the mayor of Souma to the Japan-Korea Economics office of the Foreign Affairs Bureau and to ZAK and as a result of discussions with JYJ’s agency C-JeS Entertainment.

The city of Souma plans to distribute the radiators to the children and students in the Tamano district in case of another explosion at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Among these, 500 were handed to the government office of the city of Souma on August 12th.

The remaining 500 detectors will be donated to children in kindergartens and nursery schools on Aug 31, 2011 in Tokyo when the representatives of each institution visit Tokyo.

Source: ZAK Corporation and Mission4JYJ
credit: koreaboo


Responses

  1. I’m glad their donation was used to buy the detectors for the Japanese..hope it will help everyone to be safe from the earthquakes ^^

    • Ditto :),it’s very sweet that the donation went towards the detectors ^__^

  2. Out boys ♥ I hope they’ll release their mv soon >.<

  3. so proud of them.

  4. If you check the price on nukalert.com, the price is ¥19.800 (260$). That means almost 300k. And if you add those 600k they donated previously from their own pocket, it’s a million dollar donation! O_O
    I love them.

  5. wow impressive…i love their effort!!! japan…avex..can you see how big their love for japan???

  6. it’s so nice to hear that they are giving back to the improvement of our society..


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