Join MnM as corporate sponsor or work us MnM on weekend Back to Nature
programs which include corporate volunteers, marginalised youth, and MnM
Staff. Find out more http://mirai-no-mori.jp/
Mirai no Mori is also looking for volunteers from Sept 2016 to help with
PR, marketing and events. please contact us if you are interested in
getting involved in making a difference in the lives of children: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for supporting our April production of SEVEN!
I appreciate the emails so many of you sent us about the production.
Many have asked me about the next performances because every performance
was sold out. I am still considering how to maintain the momentum
started with SEVEN and will be sure to let you know about upcoming
Thank you to everyone who spent Feb through April with us working to make the production such a memorable experience.
With your help we raised 346,224 yen for Resilience. Your donation will
be put to use to conduct Art Therapy programs for children from abusive
homes and to support thier Women's Program supporting domestic violence
survivors. Find our more about Resilience at http://resilience.jp/
and learn more about other local organizations working on the issues
addressed in the show by visiting some of the links on my blog: https://sjworkshopblog.wordpress.com/eresources/
We look to doing
more socially responsible theater in 2017 - contact us if you are
interested in being involved or if your organizations can host
An organization supporting single-parent families and their children around the damaged area in north east of Japan.
They just started running free-school for the children who are suffering
from the disaster. This school is a place for single-parent families
who are suffering by poverty. They can leave their children in our care
while they're working, and they can eat here for free. There are so many
children who can't go to school or even can't go out from their home
because of their suffer from the disaster.
Now they are working on the new project that children who are suffered
by the disaster do home stay at the families from overseas, and living
in Tokyo, in this summer. the purposes of this project are
・ To keep the children of single-parent family off the loneliness in the summer vacation.
・ To simulate experience the life of foreign countries in the families from overseas.
Our PSC summer newsletter includes summer and fall event info and job and volunteer information,
Also included is a short report on SEVEN - please see the left column
for more information about the funds we raised for Resilience through
our 6 sold out performances.
I hope to see some of your at my Aug 6th (education for social justice)
or Aug 7th (volunteer mgt.) workshops or at our quarterly NPO/NGO
networking dinner on August 1.
The next e-newsletter will promote September and October events - Please send in your information by August 26 for inclusion.
Enjoy the summer!
Knights in White Lycra
KIWL has raised ¥9,198,297 for Mirai no Mori to date!Funds
raised will send 20 children to three years of summer camp providing
them with a path to long-term sustainable healing and self-development
leading to a brighter future as adults.
Funds will also help launch the "Leader in Training" initiative to build leadership skills in high school aged youth.
You can help us hit the 10 million yen mark by making donations on the KiWL website: http://www.kiwl.net/
Application Deadline For Summer 2016 courses => August 1 NGO English
Saturday August 6, 2016 10:30 - 15:20 Education for Social Justice
Saturday August 6, 2016 10:30 - 15:20
Details and application information:http://osc.tsuda.ac.jp/course/detail/829/
Apply now for a Paid, Overseas Fellowship with Atlas Corps! Priority Deadline: July 15, but applications accepted year-roundAtlas Corps seeks nonprofit leaders from around the world to apply for a paid 6-18 month, overseas fellowship program.
Applicants: aged 22-35 plus 2-10 years of relevant experience in the nonprofit/social sector, a bachelor's degree or equivalent, English proficiency, commitment to return to your home country after the fellowship.
How to Apply: Applications are accepted year-round, For more details about eligibility
requirements and the application process, please visitbit.ly/AtlasCorps23.
10th anniversary Event - Japanese Women’s Leadership Initiative (JWLI)
In celebration of JWLI's 10th anniversary this year, we are hosting the Tokyo Summit titled "Women Leading Social Changes in Japan." It will be on October 18th, 2016 (Tuesday) at the Tokyo American Club in Tokyo.
The summit will:
* Highlight successful cases of social change in Japan achieved by women leaders
* Learn from U.S. experience including fundraising - What’s different and similar? What can Japan learn?
Showcase role models of women social sector leaders/social entrepreneurs in Japan, specifically in Tohoku, and JWLI alumnae
* Explore obstacles for Japanese women leaders and how to overcome them, and what to learn from the U.S Save the date on your calendar and check out our brand new summit website (jwli2016.jp) as well as the JWLI website (jwli.org) for updates.
Polaris Project Japan | Program Officer
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Degree Preferred: MA; BA required
Type: Full Time
Salary: 3,000,000～3,500,000yen/year dependent on experience and qualifications
Start Date: Available immediately
Languages Required: English, Japanese Position Description: Polaris Project is an internationally recognized organization headquartered in the United States that has been working to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery since 2002. Polaris Project Japan (PPJ) is a registered independent nonprofit located in Japan whose operations began in 2004.This position would be employed by Polaris Project Japan exclusively and would be located in the Tokyo. PPJ is one of the only nonprofit organizations working to fight human trafficking in Japan. Polaris Project has operated a local office in Tokyo, Japan since 2004. This office – Polaris Project Japan (PPJ) – is currently seeking a Program Officer, who will be primarily responsible for our public commu…
April 14-17, Black Stripe Theater will present the
acclaimed documentary playSEVEN @ Sangubashi
Transmission Theater SEVENWritten
byPaula Cizmar, Catherine Filloux, Gail Kriegel, Carol K. Mack, Ruth Margraff,
Anna Deavere Smith and Susan YankowitzSEVEN tells the true stories of seven women who
bravely fought for the well-being of women, families, and children around the
globe: in Russia, protecting women from domestic violence; in Cambodia,
rescuing girls from human trafficking; in Guatemala, giving voice to the
poor; in Afghanistan, empowering rural women; in Nigeria and Pakistan,
fighting for women’s education and rights; and in NorthernIreland,
promoting peace and equality.SEVEN
will be directed by Rachel Walzer and produced by
Sarajean Rossitto. Performances:
April 14 (Thurs) 7:30pm
April 15 (Fri) 7:30pm
April 16 (Sat) 2:00pm & 7:30pm
April 17 (Sun) 2:00pm & 7:30pm
Tickets - minimum donation per person * 3500 yen – for all reservations and
payments made before April 1 4000 …
JOIN US FOR OUR SEPTEMBER MONTHLY MEETING Inclusion Starts with "I"
Thursday, September 8, 19:00 - 22:00 @Minami Azabu Centre Hall, Hiroo Members ¥2,000 (Associate Members ¥1,500) / Non-Members ¥5,000 (Students & Interns ¥3,000)
(includes light finger food buffet and beverages) In our first
meeting of the new FEW year, we invite you to join us as we welcome
Janelle Sasaki. She’ll share with us her personal journey towards
embracing the benefits of a multicultural, diverse society, including
how she is pioneering such change here in Japan. Find out how the power
of diversity and inclusion can translate into your business or
organization, and what you can do to make your workplace and the society
around you more inclusive and respectful.Janelle Sasaki
Janelle Sasaki serves as the Executive
Director of Diversity & Inclusion Services at Ernst & Young
Advisory Co., Ltd. (EYA), which helps clients transform their business
processes and sustain improvements. Based…