What We Do
In the terrible disaster of 11th March 2011, hundreds of Japanese children lost their parents. Our aim is to support these children from the UK until they become adults. Our registered charity 'AID FOR JAPAN' will provide long-term psychological and educational support by raising money and essential items at Japanese cultural events in the UK.
What is our cultural events?
We travel to Japan to meet the children and find out their needs, film their progress, and show the films at our Japanese cultural events in the UK to raise more support .
We have already staged five such events at:
Japanese Art Festival
Short video of the event: http://vimeo.com/21663703
Long video of the event: http://vimeo.com/22614831
We are working with several Japanese NPOs (Non Profit Organisations) and we aim to support every orphan of the 2011 Tsunami and Earthquake. We visited Miyagi and Fukushima from 21st - 26th December 2011.
Thank you for helping us.livingdreams.jp and smilekidsjapan.org. We brought Christmas presents to three orphanages from England. After each visit we will report the progress of our activity on this web site.
In Japan, people become adults when they reach 20 years old and we will continue our charity for at least 19 years. Your money will directly help their future and you can follow the the orphans' progress as they grow up on this website. Our registered charity 'Aid for Japan' aims to give long-term support for these orphans by raising money and essential items at Japanese cultural events in the U.K.