Thursday, April 12, 2012

1 year Anniversary Auction Closed


THANK YOU EVERYONE for your generous support. Artists who donated their artwork, people who contributed their money (and were lucky enough to get their hands on the beautiful art!), and everyone else who helped us spread the word.

We are touched by all your hearts and are impressed with the tremendous result. It was well beyond our initial
goal. I am sure the thoughts out of our collective efforts will reach the hearts of the victims more than the fund itself.

But most importantly, let us all not forget about ongoing issues they face in Japan. Let us keep our eye on the recovery effort of our partners in the affected areas as well as on the nuclear disaster situation that has yet to be settled down as of today.
Sincerely grateful,          Artists Help Japan Team


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