Suri, Kayou and Mael set up a Japanese craft workshop at their school


These young supporters set up a crafts workshop at their school’s Holiday Market to raise funds for Kids Action for Kids. In the work shop they had tie-dye-Washi paper making and paper spinner crafts. For Suuri and Kayou, siblings originally from Japan, this is the second time they take initiative. Last time they made and sold sushi, and put on a magic show to raise funds for KAFK.

Thank you again Suuri, Kayou and Mael for your efforts! This is the kind of exemplary action we hope to see more of.

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