JINS Adds Japan Case to Cases for Causes Collaboration
SAN FRANCISCO, April 8
Japanese eyewear brand, JINS, announced a new addition to their Cases for Causes program today. The newest “Japan Case,” supports the efforts of local organizations in San Francisco Bay Area and greater Los Angeles, who all share a common goal: to preserve and celebrate the Japanese cultural heritage in the community.
JINS helps customers see the world better, but they also like to make the world a better place to see. That’s why JINS developed Cases for Causes. Whether it’s promoting cultural diversity in the city or protecting the wildlife of the wilderness, each of the nonprofits empowered by this program is slowly changing the world. When customers buy a case for $5, all of the money collected goes directly to the charity, and they become a part of movement that affects change in everyone’s world.
All donations from the Japan Case will go toward qualified organizations and their programs, after completing an application process with JINS. For the application form, visit: jins.life/japancase
Up until now, JINS had partnerships with six other organizations through their Cases for Causes program, namely: San Francisco BayKeeper, Wildlife Conservation Network, JCCCNC, SubArt, Jumpstart and Make a Film Foundation. They worked with these organizations to design unique eyewear cases inspired by the work they do.
JINS is a Japanese eyewear company, which was founded in 2001. The brand has 429* retail locations in Asia and has 4 U.S. store locations in the U.S. At JINS, customers can receive their prescription eyewear in less than 30 minutes and select from over 1,200 styles all designed in Tokyo. Prices of frames start at $60, include single-vision aspheric lenses and standard coatings.
*429 retail locations as of March 2017.