Together we can help visually impaired students in the Philippines receive the education that they deserve!★FTCJ E-mail magazine20th.Oct.2016

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■Together we can help visually impaired students in the Philippines
receive the education that they deserve!

Unfortunately, there are only two schools designated for the visually
impaired in the Philippines
and not enough room to house students. Because of this FTCJ has teamed up
with the Philippine National School
for the Blind to raise money for the construction of a new dormitory on
their campus. By doing so,
visually impaired students will be able to continue receiving the education
that they need and deserve.

More details here


■Please Donate To Our Trick or Treat Halloween Fundraiser

Trick or treat, Halloween is just around the corner!
Recently, Halloween parties have become popular in Japan, especially in the
heart of Tokyo.

Free The Children Japan is holding our annual Halloween Fundraiser and our
members are getting in the spirit of the season!

Throw on your best costume, bring a friend, and help out a great cause! We’
re putting the fun in fundraising this Halloween!

More details here

Enjoy fundraising During Halloween season with costume!★We FreeTheChildren mailmagazine 21st.Sep.2017


■Bring a speaker to your place

Our lectures and workshops cover a range of subjects, some as simple as
explaining what an NPO is or team building and leadership training. Others
are focused on integrated studies, understanding international relations,
and human rights issues. Whichever it is, we hope that one is perfect for
your needs!

For more details, visit here



■Craig and Mark Kielburger are selected as the Huffington Post Canada 50!

For Huffington Post Canada  fifth anniversary, they highlight the people
who informed, entertained, inspired and empowered us all and Craig and
Mark Kielburger are selected!

For more details, visit here

if you have any questions,feel free to contact :

6-6-5 3F Minamikarasuyama,Setagaya-ku,Tokyo,Japan