DISASTER PREVENTION SEMINARS
DATE：JANUARY 25TH (SAT) 10:00 A.M. ~ 12:00 A.M.
TOMIHIRO HOSHINO EXHIBITION IN MINAMI SANRIKU CHO “ACTIVE LISTENING” VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT
From January 23 to February 3, 2014, in seven locations in Minami Sanriku Cho, exhibitions of Tomihiro Hoshino’s artwork along with Concert & Cafe Event will be held.
CRASHJapan is looking for volunteers to be at these relaxing cafes to serve as listeners.
The dates for which CRASH is responsible for are January 29 to February 3, we are recruiting “active listening” volunteers for this time period.
This is valuable chance to serve those in Minami Sanriku Cho, as the local people come to the exhibition and open their hearts will you be there to listen?
To hear the real situation and listen to the real voice of the people.
1000 days from the disaster we must continue to “Don’t Forget” and bring the message of “We Remember”
Dates Needed: January 29 to February 3 (Wednesday to Monday)
(Feb. 2 is Sunday worship is observed and there is no event planned)
Partial participation is OK. Volunteering for just one day is also OK.
Number of Volunteers Needed: 1 to 5 people
Requirements: Christian, Business level Japanese
Accomodations: Minami Sanriku Cho Volunteer Center is planning
Lodging fee assistance is available
※We would like to have training seminar for volunteers.The training is scheduled on Jan 28th and 30th.
LOVE IN ACTION – SCHOOL DESIGNATES FUND TO SUPPORT OPERATIONSAFE WORK IN PHILIPPINES
Christian Academy in Japan has designated new donations to the Love in Action fund to go to support OperationSAFE child trauma camps in the Philippines in response to Typhoon Haiyan. CAJ: Donate.
Headmaster Brian Vander Haak writes on his blog, “We know from experience that needs in the Philippines will linger far longer than most aid workers and the swell of donations will subside.” CAJ students were active from the very first days raising money in support of 2011 tsunami survivors in Japan and then followed up with volunteer teams who went to serve in Tohoku.
Their goal is to raise just over ¥400,000 to sponsor an entire camp of children to receive emotional first aid and trauma intervention in East Samar, one of the most heavily affected Philippine provinces. Each child can be sponsored for as little as ¥3,800.