Cases they come and go, most of us by them out of impulse, why not make your next purchase a bit more sensible. Now you can buy a case and help the Japanese rebuilt their country as accessory maker Incase releases its Japan Solidarity Case for the iPhone 4. The goad is to raise $10,000 worth of funds for Artists Help Japan Movement charity organization. The limited edition case is simply a white case with a weathered red dot design symbolizing the March 11, 2011 disaster that struck Japan.
When you buy the $20 case, 100% of the money obtained will be donated to charity, and although you will see ground shipping fees upon check out, the company will remove them after receiving the order. Currently, the company had accumulated almost 50% of its goal, so if you’re eyeing for a new case, it’s a good idea to consider this charitable initiative from Incase.
With camera holes, and open access to all ports and controls, Verizon iPhone owners are out of luck as the Japan Solidarity case is only compatible with GSM/AT&T phones.
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