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200人の子どもたちへ!「子ども食堂」に必要な物資を届けたい!

芳本 聖子 Save Our Children Japan副代表理事

芳本 聖子 Save Our Children Japan副代表理事

200人の子どもたちへ!「子ども食堂」に必要な物資を届けたい!
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目標 250,000円

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2016年11月22日 18:22

Raise 200 smiles by Sending stuff to Children

We are aiming to create 200 Children's smiles by delivering food staples to children's cafeterias.

 

Save our Children Japan is an organization (NPO) that looks into what is necessary, makes definite plans and opportunities, and creates a society where children can live in good health and peace.

 

We constantly try to raise awareness of child poverty in japan with seminars and workshops every month.

SNS and blogs provide news of what is really going on now on a daily basis.

 

Did you know???

Visitors from overseas rarely encounter the usual markers of deprivation. 

Housing is not run down. The urban homeless are out of sight, in makeshift tents in public parks or down by river banks. 

Japanese cherish a belief that theirs is an egalitarian society. Such high poverty among children should come as a shock.

But Japan has some of the worst wealth inequality and highest rates of child poverty among the world’s developed nations according to a UNICEF report,which ranked the nation 34th out of 41 (according to the Japan Times)

Maybe you will be shocked to hear that nearly one out of every six children in Japan lives in poverty.

 

But it's really going on in Japan.

 

The gap between well-off and poor children is more pronounced in Japan than in America, and not far off levels in Mexico and Bulgaria says UNICEF.

 

Couples who both work in low-paid irregular or contract jobs, which now make up around two-fifths of all employment, are particularly in bad way. 

But roughly a third of poor children live with divorced or widowed single mothers or fathers.

Also, single parents sometimes leave children as young as five at home during the day or night, with little more than a bento box for food. 

Poverty raises the odds of underprivileged children dropping out of school or even sleeping roughly.

 

Not all poor kids are always starving, but often the school lunch is their only proper meal. 

 

Teachers say some students lose weight after long school holidays such as summer vacation. 

 

Some seriously poor families cannot afford school lunch fees.

Gas and electricity are often cut off when parents cannot pay the bills, so children end up washing in public toilets. 

As for socialising with friends in cafes, or affording after-school cramming classes considered essential for getting into university?

These activities are out of the question.

 

 

Local charity organizations create children's cafeterias all over Japan and provide free or price-reducedmeals locally.

 

Most of them open once or twice a month and are managed by volunteer staff. Most ingredients are supplied through donations.

There are more than 300 now.

 

Each of them is unique and has various roles in addition to just providing meals. 

 

For example, many programs provide a place for children to study or play before and after meals. 

Some programs focus on providing space, trying to attract a variety of people regardless of age and nationality, without using the name "Kodomo-Shokudo” (children's cafeteria). In such cases, parents participating in programs with their children can find someone to talk to regarding their worries about parenting.

 

 

 

SOCJ has been researching these wonderful activities being carried out at children's cafeterias.

 

And, we have decided to send items that make the children who go to these chidrens cafeterias smile.

It might be food, sweets, stationary...

It all depends on what each really needs.

 

The first thing that has to be done to make this happen is the raising of 250, 000 yen (approximately $2374 USD)

 

This project will not only make children smile, it will make all the people who have been volunteering smile too.

 

Will you join us in this project together and create these smiles?

 

We will report to you how and what we deliver on this site, at facebook and our HP.

 

★3000yen (Approximately $28) we'll send you Thanks letter.
★10000yen(Approximately $95) We'll send you Thanks letter and Original Post cards
★50000yen(Approximately $475) We'll send you Thanks letter and Original tote bag


if you click the red button, it'll lead you to donate.chose the quantity and credit card.

※Sorry, people who lives in overseas can't donate on this site.
※↓the box has this image is for company or Organization

for Companies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Koko Sakaki
Save our Children Japan
Representative Director 
Tokyo,Japan

 

Seiko Yoshimoto
Save our Children Japan
Vice chief Director
Tokyo,Japan 

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2017年3月

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★ お礼状
★ HPにて広報いたします
★ご支援が子ども達に届ける食品や物資に使われます

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4人
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SOCJから感謝の気持ちを贈ります【カレンダー追加!】

★ お礼状(代表署名入り)
★ SOCJオリジナルトートバック
★ご支援が子ども達に届ける食品や物資に使われます
★SOCJ&子ども食堂コラボレーション オリジナルカレンダー

注)トートバッグはサンプルイメージです。
法人代表は紹介として画像を載せてあります。

支援者
3人
在庫数
制限なし
発送予定
2017年3月

30,000円(税込)

A17c9aaa61e80a1bf71d0d850af4e5baa9800bbd

【企業・法人さま】SOCJから感謝の気持ちを贈ります

★ お礼状
★ HPにて広報いたします
★ご支援が子ども達に届ける食品や物資に使われます

支援者
0人
在庫数
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発送予定
2017年1月

50,000円(税込)

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SOCJから感謝の気持ちを贈ります【カレンダー追加!】

★ お礼状(代表署名入り)
★ SOCJオリジナルポストカ―ド
★ SOCJオリジナルトートバック
★ご支援が子ども達に届ける食品や物資に使われます
★SOCJ&子ども食堂コラボレーション オリジナルカレンダー

注)トートバッグはサンプルイメージです。
法人代表は紹介として画像を載せてあります。

支援者
0人
在庫数
制限なし
発送予定
2017年3月

50,000円(税込)

A17c9aaa61e80a1bf71d0d850af4e5baa9800bbd

【企業・法人さま】SOCJから感謝の気持ちを贈ります

★ お礼状
★ HPに法人バナー掲載&紹介
★ご支援が子ども達に届ける食品や物資に使われます

支援者
0人
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制限なし
発送予定
2017年1月

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