March 11 will mark seven years from the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake of 2011. nadia, born from the aftermath of the disaster, will also soon turn seven. Last year we made changes to our teikan (organization contract) to expand the scope of our activities – in addition to our continued work in Tohoku, our activities include providing support for organizations helping epilepsy sufferers or pediatric cancer patients. These activities of nadia are funded solely through your contributions.
As announced earlier, we will hold our annual charity party on Friday, March 9. This year, Le Petit Bedon in partnership with sister restaurant Pachon is providing us with a real treat – Cassoulet, a special dish from South France not available on their regular menu! And this dish is best served with the fun French tradition of a masquerade party. Come show off your finest masks and dance the night away! Have a great time with your friends while supporting our community.
Friday, March 9
7:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (doors open 7:00 p.m.)
Le Petit Bedon – 13-13 Hachiyamacho, Shibuya Ward
Cassoulet (southern French dish), raffle, masquerade dance (don’t forget your masks! A limited number of masks will be available for sale at the venue)
We look forward to catching up with you at the party, telling you about all the exciting activities that nadia is involved in, and getting more energy from our friends to continue with our important mission!