BNE Fukushima Relief Collection Strives to Help Japan's Citizens

By: Nikki Taylor - Published: Sep 27, 2012 • References: bnewater.org and 2000musicradio
The BNE Fukushima Relief Collection is a project designed to raise money to monitor radiation levels from the nuclear power plant that was damaged during the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

The BNE water foundation is a non-profit organization that strives to provide clean and fresh water to poverty-stricken developing countries. They recently released a line of t-shirts with a picture of the effervescent Kate Moss to raise funds for the Supreme Spring 2012 campaign. They've shifted gears a bit and are now offering cute, cartoonish white t's with graphics of a beaming Japanese cat, Astro Boy and Godzilla. The shirts come in black, grey and white and all proceeds go towards Fukushima University's efforts to protect Japanese citizens from becoming severely ill due to high amounts of radiation.

The goal of the BNE Fukushima Relief Collection project is to raise $60,000.