Make life a little easier for those struggling this holiday season.
With thousands of people in Japan left economically vulnerable by the coronavirus pandemic, the demand on the services of Second Harvest Japan, a Tokyo-based food bank, is greater than ever.
Between November 16 and December 2, Connections is accepting donations of food to benefit Second Harvest Japan.
Members can drop off rice, canned food and pasta at the collection box in the B1 parking waiting area.
Donations should be within their expiry dates and placed in boxes.
Connections is a longtime supporter of Second Harvest Japan.
You can read about how the charity has been working to provide for those in need this year in the July issue of INTOUCH magazine.