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By Alyssa Frohberg on Wednesday, August 10, 2005 - 2:33 pm:
Volunteer Phone Counselor Training
Tokyo English Life Line (TELL) is accepting applications for the Telephone Counselors Training Program that starts in early September 2005. No prior counseling experience is needed as this course provides training in the skills required in this role.
This is a great opportunity for members of the English speaking community to take part in meaningful work that is both challenging and rewarding. Applicants must be fluent in English and over 21.
For information and application forms visit our website www.telljp.com email email@example.com or call 03-3498-0246
By Tonette Binsol on Wednesday, September 7, 2005 - 7:46 am:
FEED THE HOMELESS MINISTRY - Yokohama
Issho ni yarimashou ka? Let's start our week with full of blessings as we share our time to feed the homeless. You're invited to join this Sunday Activity (Cooking and Distribution to Homeless Folks)! This activity is regularly supported by folks from Atsugi and Yokosuka bases as well as parishioners from Yamate Catholic Church in Yokohama. The pictures will tell you why ALL concerned folks from the international community should join for the camaraderie as we prepare and distribute more CURRY RICE to the helpless and homeless folks. The more food we could share, the more homeless folks we could feed. We need more hands to help this noble undertaking. You can share food donations as well. Just scroll down the page and you will learn more about the donation kinds that could be sent instead of cash donation. For interested parties and sponsors, please contact Ms. Girlie Ota (founder of the Sunday Circle - Feed the Homeless Ministry) at Mobile No. +81 (0) 9084516756 or Tel No. +81 (0)
456631446 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
See more pictures from this Sunday activity at:
By Alyssa Frohberg on Wednesday, January 11, 2006 - 12:05 pm:
Tokyo English Life Line (TELL) is accepting applications for the Telephone Counselors Training Program that starts in mid February 2006.
No prior counseling experience is needed as this course provides training in the skills required in this role. This is a great opportunity for members of the English speaking community to take part in meaningful volunteer work that is both challenging and rewarding. Applicants must be fluent in English and over 21.
For information and application forms visit our website www.telljp.com email email@example.com or call 03-3498-0246.
By Admin on Tuesday, April 11, 2006 - 3:09 pm:
Sorry for the very late announcement. Hope this will be of use to someone. Bernard Krisher is speaking at Nishimachi International School tonight at 19:00 (Middle School Commons). The topic title is: "What Poor Cambodia Can Contribute to Us and Our Kids, Who Have Everything"
Bernard Krisher, retired journalist, is credited with architecting the Cambodia Rural School Project, which has had about 300 schools built in Cambodia under it's auspices. Information for Nishimachi International School can be found on the following page www.tokyowithkids.com/fyi/international_schools.html
By Tonette Binsol on Sunday, May 7, 2006 - 8:49 am:
I asked Our Lord God,
"Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you?"
Our Lord said,
"Truly I say to you as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren you did it to me."
In Japan today, we see many people with no permanent houses...there are many homeless people living on the streets. We see them anywhere, most of them sleeping in boxes. The struggle for survival is becoming worse for many and for most of them, the only food they get is what they scavenge from the garbages... and this is a saddening reality in Japan.
The video: http://www.tpmovers.org/Feed_the_Homeless_Yokohama.htm
There is a group in Yokohama that helps these homeless people. Dubbed as Feed the Homeless Ministry is a brigade of volunteers from Sacred Heart Parish in Yamate and volunteers from Atugi and Yokosuka bases. The group prepares a regular Sunday meal for these homeless people. This activity happens every Sunday. It was spearheaded by Mr. and Mrs. Ota who are regular parishioners of Sacret Heart Parish in Yamate - cho, Yokohama. The ministry helps feed more than 100 homeless and starving people every Sunday.
The activity starts from cooking the curry, mizo shiro soup and rice at around 6:30 in the evening at the Ota couple's place near the Sacred Heart Parish. Packing comes after then followed by the distribution where volunteers feed the homeless in the stations all the way to the stadium in Yokohama.
ALL concerned individuals from the international community could come for an experience as we prepare and distribute more CURRY RICE to the helpless and homeless people in Yokohama. The more food we could share, the more homeless people we could feed. We definitely need more hands to help this noble undertaking. You can share food donations instead of cash. These could be curry powder, Japanese rice, packing materials and so on. The list of food and packing donations appears in the website of the ministry.
For interested parties and sponsors, please contact Mrs. Ota (founder of the Sunday Circle - Feed the Homeless Ministry) through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
"Each time we touch the body of a sick person or poor person we touch the suffering Christ, the same Jesus we receive in Holy Communion." - Mother Teresa
By Tonette Binsol on Saturday, October 29, 2005 - 2:23 pm:
HELP PAKISTANI CHILDREN
An NGO-ICT-World Cooperation to Seek Assistance from Global Partners
***Attention Urgent Call for saving life where life is changing in death
Hayat Foundation Faisalabad appeals to the people of Pakistan to donate generously to help their brothers and sisters, who are deeply distressed, following the disastrous earthquake that hit Pakistan and has claimed thousands of lives. Over 20,000 people are feared dead in some of the worst hit districts of Azad Kashmir, Mansehra, Battagram and Abbottabad.
Hayat Foundation Faisalabad disaster response team is coordinating relief efforts in some of the worst hit districts of the recent quake in Azad Kashmir, Mansehra, Battagram and Abbottabad. Hayat Foundation Faisalabad has Head office in Faisalabad for morethan ten years and hayat's health service providers team are visiting the effected areas with members of other relief agencies, so that emergency relief supplies can be given to these people.
Hayat has set up its Relief Operations Unit at its head office (92-041-2554078/0300-7604422) in Faisalabad and all relief efforts are being coordinated from there.
Essential items need to help victims:
* Food Items ( Milk, Rice, Sugar, Atta, Onions, Potatoes, Cooking oil )
* Cross Cheque (Hayat Foundation Faisalabad, HBL bank account # 2339-81, Faisalabad, Pakistan)
* Any other house hold items.
We have sent earlier one special vehicle of medicine, food, milk, cake & cloths for 300 families to disaster areas.
Hayat and other civil society organizations have arranged special vehicles to collect and send necessary supplies from Faisalabad to the disaster areas. Goods can be dropped off at the following address:
Hayat Foundation Faisalabad:
House No.P-493, Mohalla Punj Peer, Jhung Road Faisalabad. Tel (92-041-2554078)
Contact persons at: Nadeem Mustafa (0300-7202551), Dr. Naveeda (0300-6692360)and Muneeb Sultan (0300-7636050)
NGO-ICT-World is a mailing list of very committed individuals representing NGOs and NPOs utilizing information and communication technologies (ICT) with the aims to serve more indigent communities and to build an exchange network for broader and better ideas required in planning and implementation of projects and activities worldwide. Our mailing list is at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ngo-ict-world . We have a HELPING WORLD out there!
By Alexandra Roberts-Judd on Monday, September 12, 2005 - 12:35 pm:
This is a terrific event that is now run in many cities all over the world raises money to fight breast cancer.
Saturday Oct 5, 2005. Come and do a fun 5km walk/run around the Imperial Palace, Tokyo.
More information and registration forms can be found on www.runforthecure.org
By Jayhawk on Sunday, August 26, 2007 - 10:17 am:
If you are planning on visiting Matsuri Tsukuba(Tsukuba Festival) in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki today, please please stop by at a Mongolian booth. There's a Mongolian int'l students who needs your help.
Please read more about this student:
Come to the festival and support Zaya!
Help Save a Life