Lowe makes ‘crutch chair’ to raise awareness of landmine victims among Singapore students

Advertising agency Lowe has made a chair fitted with a crutch and placed it in lecture halls and classrooms in Singapore to raise awareness of landmine victims among students in the rich citystate.

The idea, for charity Handicap International US, aims to help victims of landmines go back to school.

The chair is a rally point for students. If they see the chair in their school or at an exhibition, they are encouraged to share the idea and spread the word through the hashtags #StandwithKanha and #crutchchair.


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