"Charity for Maggie's at BROOKLYN MUSEUM" was realized by the desire to "support even a little" at the edge connected by the customers of the Brooklyn Museum.
It was a time when many people gathered and were surrounded by many smiles.
Ms. Fukuchi, who hosted the event, reflected on his thoughts and experiences at the time and talked about the importance of "getting reliable information."
You can see the story of Maggie's established all over the world and the video of [Until Maggie's Tokyo is made],
It was impressive that everyone who came listened with a serious look.
"I can't do nails during treatment."
Ms. Kunii is the representative of "BABY JUNO" who is developing products with the desire to deliver products to people who are having trouble with their nails due to illness, injury, etc.
By wearing BABY JUNO (one touch nail), he told me the story of "the moment when the feeling that I was blocked by illness changes brightly in an instant". They actually demonstrated how to use it, and the venue said, "It's so easy! The voice of surprise.
"How fun and how you can feel rich in life"
From Kusagaya, the representative of the Brooklyn Museum, which is the brand concept of "Brooklyn Museum", we talked about "manufacturing to connect to the next generation".
In addition, as a surprise guest, Miho Suzuki, co-representative director of Maggie's Tokyo, spoke with a calm smile about the current situation of Maggie's Tokyo and the significance of a charity event like this one.
Mr. Hayashi, a flute player who played a wonderful tone and added flowers with live music.
Small dancers also jumped in and participated, and the whole venue was united, and it was entertained with both eyes and ears.
And, Mr. Kaneko of "Kanekyo Corporation." who connected a lot of smiles at this meeting, and worked hard to sponsor and prepare for the event.
I felt once again that the Brooklyn Museum is a brand that is made up of people and people and is supported by people.
Maggie's Tokyo is not the only place where "someone" runs for "someone" and embraces them gently.
It is said that there are only this people who support it behind the scenes through the activity.
I felt that the connection spread and it became a place to take root more strongly and watch over many people.
I felt that i was able to touch the words of the people who supported me at the forefront, and that I was gently attached to the back of "we" who live hard every day, regardless of whether they were cancer.
"It's okay. 」
It was a time when she smiled gently like that.