【Give an unforgettable rafting adventure to the children

joining the 2015 Summer Camp!】



 Hello! This is the Mirai no Mori project team.
  3 weeks already passed since our project has started. Currently we have the support of 30 people and 347,000 yen!

 A HUGE thank you to everyone who has kindly given their support!Thank you so much to all of you for your kindness.
 However the pace is getting pretty slow right now compared to the start.
We NEED your help right now to reach the goal and please continue to spread the word like sending E-mail to your famly and friends or sharing on your facebook!



Today, let me introduce a story of a girl who attended Mirai no Mori camp continuously.












 Mizuho* attended her first Mirai no Mori acmp as a 5th grader in elementary school. At that time she had almost no confidence and was very passive.

 To start with, the simple act of attending camp each year had a marked effect on her confidence. At first she just tried to fit in and not stand out at camp.
 Over time we watched her begin to throw herself into camp activities and make great efforts to get involved and work with other campers.

 The once shy Mizuho entered middle school and became homeroom vice chairman in her first year.
 She even ran as a candidate for class president! Now in her second year of middle school, she is on the student council and is literally on stage in front of all her peers, working hard on their behalf. Mizuho has lived in this institution for many years.

 Participating regularly in Mirai no Mori camps, making many friends among the children and staff, and gaining so many new experiences there has transformed this girl who was once so passive and helpless.

 The Mirai no Mori staff remember all the children, not just our veteran camper Mizuho. For children living in institutions, just the feeling that they were remembered , that someone is truly seeing them, gives them courage and strengthens their belief in themselves.

 The Mirai no Mori staff provide empathetic care for all the children they work with. Not only does this help the children gain confidence, but it also encourages and inspires the care workers who go to camp.


(Submitted by Iwate Prefecture institutional care worker)


*All camper names have been changed to protect privacy.












Only thanks to everyone's support, will this children's rafting project be possible.


All money will be refunded and back to ¥0 if the fundraising goal is not met.


We NEED your help to give new experiences to the children who will try this new challenge!




※If you have any questions about this project, please send us messeges through the website. Please ask if there're any problems since we don't have English website here.

Thank you!!!