"Charity for Maggie's at BROOKLYN MUSEUM" was realized by the desire to support even a little in the connection that the customer of the Brooklyn Museum connected.
It was a time when many people gathered and were wrapped in a lot of smiles.
Mr. Fukuchi, the organizer, talked about the importance of "getting reliable information" while looking back on his thoughts and experiences at the time.
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It was impressive that all the visitors listened with serious eyes.
"I can't do nails during treatment."
Mr. Kunii, the representative of BABY JUNO, is developing products with the desire to deliver to people who are having trouble with their nails due to illness or injuries.
By attaching BABY JUNO (one-touch nail), he told us the story of the moment when the feeling that he was blocked by illness changes brightly in an instant. They demonstrated how to use it, and the audience said, "It's so easy to do!" The voice of surprise.
"How fun and how to make life feel rich"
Kusagaya, the head of the Brooklyn Museum and the leading craftsman of the Brooklyn Museum, talked about manufacturing for the next generation.
In addition, as a surprise guest, Miho Suzuki, co-representative director of Maggie's Tokyo, talked about the current situation of Maggie's Tokyo and the significance of this charity event with a gentle smile.
Mr. Hayashi, a flute player who played a wonderful tone and added flowers with live music.
A small dancer also jumped in and the whole hall came together and entertained me with my eyes and ears.
And, Kanako 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.
It's not just Maggie's Tokyo where someone runs for someone and gently hugs them.
Through these activities, there are only so many people behind the scenes who support them.
I felt that this connection would spread and become a place to take root more powerfully and watch over many people.
I touched the words of the people who supported us at the forefront, and I thought that they gently put their hands on the back of us who live hard every day, regardless of whether they have cancer.
"It's okay. 」
It was such a time to smile gently.