Line app releases ‘Pray for Nepal’ stickers to extend aid to quake victims
Mobile messaging application Line released a set of stickers after the destructive earthquake that hit Nepal to extend financial aid to the country.
Line has said proceeds from the “Pray for Nepal” stickers would be used to support relief efforts for the quake victims.
“After service charges have been deducted, all of the proceeds earned from sales of these stickers will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society as financial support for relief efforts to the disaster area,” Line said in a statement.
“We would like to thank all users for their warm generosity and commitment to help,” it said.
A magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal on April 26, leaving thousands of people dead and thousands more homeless. NC/RC
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