Subaru Sponsors Nbc 'parks And Rec' Reunion To Benefit Charity

Subaru sponsors NBC 'Parks and Rec' reunion to benefit charity

On April 23, NBC Universal announced the return of modern comedy classic "Parks and Recreation" for a special one-time reunion to help raise money for the Feeding America COVID-19 Response Fund. Joining the good-spirited event, Subaru announced this week it would help sponsor the special by matching donations up to $150,000. The all-new show will air Thursday, April 30, at 8:30 p.m. ET, and donations can be made through

For 30 minutes, fans of Leslie Knope and her trusty crew of buddies will have the chance to temporarily escape the current stressful times caused by the coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic. The show was filmed from the actors' houses and will adopt a theme set by current times. "Leslie Knope is determined to stay connected to her friends in a time of social distancing," an NBC press release says.

Narita Airport To Present Self-advantage Stuff Drops

Narita Airport to present self-advantage things drops

Jiji Press NARITA, Chiba (Jiji Press) — Narita Airport in Chiba Prefecture revealed Tuesday self-advantage stuff drop machines for all inclusive flights.

Set to be displayed on Thursday, the things machines, close by self-enrollment contraptions, are required to help shorten the typical enlistment and things drop-off time from around 20 minutes to 2-3 minutes.

102-year-old Goes To Benefit For The War Dead On Iwojima

102-year-old goes to benefit for the war dead on Iwojima

Japan and the United States held a joint dedication benefit March 25 on Iwojima island for the almost 30,000 individuals executed in furious battling there amid World War II.

About 300 individuals, including war veterans, deprived relatives and government authorities, attended.

Vernon Valley Karate Pal Benefit Tournament A Success

Vernon Valley Karate PAL benefit tournament a successThe Vernon Valley Karate Academy once again hosted this year’s annual "PAL Benefit Karate Tournament." On June 5 students from throughout the area met to demonstrate their martial arts skills.
Ranging in age between 4 and 13, participants competed in three different karate disciplines: Kata, the performance of prearranged karate techniques, Kumite, sparring between two students where points are awarded for effective and controlled punches and kicks, and Kobudo, arrangements of fighting moves using traditional Okinawan weapons.

Sony Pxw-x180 Is “note Perfect” For Music Benefit Concert Film And Documentary

Sony PXW-X180 Is “Note Perfect” for Music Benefit Concert Film and Documentary“Notes for Notes®” has a unique mission: designing, equipping, and staffing free after-school recording studios inside Boys & Girls Clubs. These “drop-in” recording studio environments give youth aged six to 18 the opportunity to explore, create and record music – from engineering and theory to instrumentals and songwriting. The non-profit organization recently held its annual benefit concert with Santa Barbara-based Seymour Duncan to support its efforts, assembling a power line-up of music greats, including Joe Bonamassa, Jimmy Vivino & the Basic Cable Band, Laith Al-Saadi, Robben Ford, Rich Robinson, Peter Noone, Shari Puorto and Seymour Duncan.

Solar Revenue From Prefecture-financed Plant Expected To Benefit Locals

Solar Revenue From Prefecture-financed Plant Expected to Benefit LocalsShobara Solar Power Plant in Shobara City, Hiroshima Prefecture, is Japan’s first large-scale solar power plant to use a limited liability partnership (LLP). The project is financed by Hiroshima Prefectural Government and the Chugoku Electric Power Group. With ¥900 million (approx US$9.22 million) expected in revenue over the next 20 years, the plant will remain unconsolidated, and its revenue will be used for energy-saving and other activities. In consideration of the climate in the region, the plant selected solar panel and PV inverter models focusing on their quality and durability.

Charitable Endeavors Stand To Benefit From Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge

Charitable Endeavors Stand to Benefit from Toyota Racing Dream Build ChallengeWinning the Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge ( — a vehicle-modification build competition pitting four legendary racers and their dream cars against each other — will earn the champion more than bragging rights. Toyota will award a check for $50,000 to the winner’s designated charity. In addition, second, third and fourth place will receive $25k, $15k and $10k, respectively.