Support for our ongoing projects in Tokyo needed

 
$910
$9,090
Raised
Remaining

Summary

Many of our projects are children oriented. We organize projects and festivals for infants and children living in homes and for those with developmental disabilities. Through interaction with volunteers and the outside world, these children are enlightened and encouraged. Help us continue to provide such wonderful opportunities by funding us for supplies such as art balloons, beaded accessories, origami paper and other items needed for our ongoing projects that mean so much to these children.

What is the issue, problem, or challenge?

Social Welfare organizations that run these facilities have no extra funding for these children to play and enjoy themselves outside of their facilities. Our projects that engage children and volunteers to interact is very popular and many volunteers wish to participate every time. In order for us to continue providing these projects, we need the help of your support to buy project necessities.

How will this project solve this problem?

Infants and Children living in these homes have very little contact with the outside world. With your support, it will allow us to continue creating meaningful projects for these infants and children to engage in various fun activities with our volunteers.

Potential Long Term Impact

Ongoing projects that are children oriented is held regularly every month and many volunteers sign up for these projects. Not just volunteers but also the children look forward to the day of the next project. Your support will allow volunteers to easily and repeatedly participate in these projects.

Funding Information

This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.

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This project is no longer accepting donations.

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Project Leader

Satoshi Kitahama

Tokyo, Japan

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