Philippine Embassy - Tokyo, Japan > Pre-schooler Donates Piggybank Savings For Typhoon ‘Yolanda’ Victims

Pre-schooler Donates Piggybank Savings For Typhoon ‘Yolanda’ Victims

Second Secretary and Consul Bryan Dexter Lao receives the envelope from pre-schooler Shoichi Kondoh who visited the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo to offer his donation for typhoon victims in the Philippines.
PHOTO by: R.Gavino

TOKYO – Six-year old Shoichi Kondoh did not think twice about giving away his childhood savings for the benefit of the victims of super typhoon ‘Yolanda’ after watching the devastation on television.

Accompanied by his mother, Miho Kondoh, Shoichi visited the Philippine Embassy today to personally hand-over his donation of JPY 5,000 taken from his piggybank savings.
Consul Bryan Dexter Lao expressed the embassy’s gratitude for this very sincere gesture of kindness and sympathy from the embassy’s youngest cash donor. –END

Shoichi signing the condolence book at the embassy library, assisted by an embassy staff.
PHOTO by: R.Gavino

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