Shrest Bandana who was born in Nepal and graduated from Kyoto University of Information Studies (KCGI) in March 2011, saying that there was a shortage of stationery at a school near his hometown, which was devastated by the Nepal earthquake (occurred on April 25, 2015). At the request of the KCG group, faculty members and current students gathered pencils, pencil sharpeners, erasers, and so on.When Mr. Bandana returns home on July 16, we will have it delivered to the local school.The entire KCG Group wishes the reconstruction of the affected areas and the early recovery of those who have been injured.
KCGI's student council held a street donation near Sanjo Ohashi in Kyoto on May 23rd and 24th, and sent the goodwill of 21,070 yen to the Japanese Red Cross Society as a 2015 Nepal earthquake relief fund. .
Consideration and service for the weak is one of the proud traditions of the Kyoto Information Graduate University Student Council.Our students raised funds for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Sichuan Great Earthquake in China.