Help send kids in Fukushima to camp (& to have some fun again!)
Did you know that children in Kori-machi Fukushima are only allowed to play outside for one hour because of the risk of radiation?
The lives of the people in Fukushima have been turned upside down following the Nuclear Plant Melt Down, children lost their homes, family and friends and on top of that have to stress about radiation levels in the food they eat, the water they drink and the environment they play in.
That’s why a group of young Japanese professionals want to hold a four day camp in Osaka to allow the children to have fun again, be kids again and to give them some hope, courage, love and good child-hood memories.
They’ve been doing their own fundraising, but they still need help to raise money for train tickets, food, activities and hiring out the camp ground. They need AT LEAST $1,500, they’re doing pretty well already too, but if you can help out, even with just a $10 donation, I encourage you to do so. As they say, the media may have stopped giving them attention, but we can show them that we still care. Donate here, please.