One of the latest efforts to help those in need in the aftermath of the Japan earthquake comes from Diem Chau.
For those unfamiliar with Diem Chau’s work, she’s a talented artist who makes incredible sculptures out of pencil crayons. Now she’s putting those skills to use to help out Red Cross Japan. Chau is offering a raffle for customized crayon sculptures (up to three will be received) carved to the winner’s specifications. The raffle costs $10 with 100% of the proceeds going to Red Cross Japan.
Tickets are currently on sale and will be available until March 23rd at midnight (PST time). Those who are interested in participating can get more detailed information on the process at Diem Chau’s personal blog.
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