Blocked Children's Home Fuji no Sono

An aid project by “Aufgehende Sonne 2011 e.V.” (G. Borngräber) in Freetown, Sierra Leone

15% funded

G. Borngräber (Project Manager)

G. Borngräber
My name is Gabriele Borngräber and I have a request.
A wish that is very big, but once everyone can start small.
And - I have to start somewhere.
And - are small children, for whom I am concerned.

So small and yet full of sorrow and fear. But who says that? - Hardly anyone.
Gone are the days when every day a story ran on TV about the earthquake in Japan,
on the tsunami that followed it, and the subsequent nuclear disaster in Fukushima.
No reports - no problems?
No, the problems are still there, the suffering of the people still great
and who can say when it will be less bad?

I need help just as much as I've already done it to me when I heard of such disasters,
but so far it stayed only at the project.
But! This time it's different!
This time I did something, namely the association founded Rising Sun 2011th

The goal is to collect donations for the children's home in Ichinoseki Fuji no Sono (Iwate Prefecture),
It lies about 90 km away from Sendai.
There currently are 55 children and 32 staff in the home.
I became attentive to the children's home on the website of the Maltese (http://www.malteser-helfen.de/hilfe-fuer-japan.html).
I was very impressed by the work of Sister Caelina and hope your help by collecting donations may be.
This should again be made for a reasonably normal life with enough to eat, drink, and especially for a roof over your head.

On betterplace.org we want to collect for the reconstruction and repair of the home donations.

Please help us - they help the children and sister Caelina in Ichinoseki.

Every cent helps, and immigrated to guarantee the children.
The club is nonprofit and no member is paid, we only wish that the children helped there.
Support us - Donate.

To light, even attempts a little light on the darkness before you scold. "(Confucius)


We and sister Caelina thank you for this light through your donations.

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Location: Freetown, Sierra Leone

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