Inspire: Inspiring a World of Change Through Art

Children’s charity fundraiser, mindful living

By Elizabeth S    - 1 min read
Venue: Slack Shibuya When: Saturday - Aug 31st 2019 ,  1:00pm - 7:30pm

In the spirit of the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this event aims to bring people together to support a variety of projects. The organizers hope to bring to guests’ awareness not only global problems of sustainability, but the efforts of large organizations and local communities to meet the SDGs.

The afternoon program for children has crafts, snacks and drinks in an English-speaking atmosphere.

The evening session for adults is the charity art event where a silent auction and raffle will be held, with a soundtrack provided by a DJ. Get dressed up for this one.

All proceeds of the event will be donated to two charities for underprivileged children in Japan - Mirai no Mori and Kodomo Ouen Network Saitama.

The participating groups hope that your participation will inspire you to be agents of change, and that you can contribute to young people in need in Japan.

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Elizabeth S @elizabeth.scally

You will see many of my stories on Japan Travel are about places and events outside of big city centers and tourist destinations. While I highly recommend the big name sights and experiences, I encourage visitors to see and feel the atmosphere off the beaten path, too. 

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Sébastien Duval a month ago
Great share 💖 Thanks Elizabeth!
Bonson Lam a month ago
Thank you for sharing this beautiful event and a fantastic cause, I wish it all the success in the world.
Elizabeth S Author a month ago
I’m cheering for the event organizers, too.

Big changes start with little grass-roots efforts like this one.
Kim B a month ago
Sounds like an interesting program and a great cause!
Elizabeth S Author a month ago
Mirai no Mori, one of the charities that will benefit, is an awesome organization for kids. Mirai no Mori takes kids who are in government care due to neglect , abuse or poverty, and lets them experience leadership in outdoor activities and camps. Children are the future of sustainable development in Japan.