March 23 8:30 - 11:30+ p.m Billy's Tavern in Thomaston
Thank you to everyone who worked to support our
We raised $1,383.45 for the respite camp/recuperation center for Fukushima children on Sado Island on the west coast of Japan
Fukushima Fund for Saving Children from Radiation
Children of Fukushima are suffering from radiation contamination from the meltdown at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant in 2011. The Ryozen–Satoyama camp in Fukushima was established with a vision of giving children a chance to experience nature and the outdoors.
Because of the nuclear disaster the camp has moved to Sado Island, off the west coast of Japan, with the goal of giving children of Fukushima a chance to help their bodies recover from continuous radiation exposure.
Funds are greatly needed for renovation of the camp at the new site, for staffing, transportation, food, utilities, and scholarship aid for the children to attend.
Your donation will support the respite camp/recuperation center for Fukushima children on Sado Island, Japan.
For more details about the project, please go to the Fukushima-Sado ‘Open-shut hands’ Recuperation Project website.
Our March 23 Saturday benefit event, Dancing for Fukushima had the following sponsors:
Finally, from one midcoast to another, thank you people of Fukushima for your valuable lessons to us.
We've learned how important it is for citizens to work together to “protect where you live.”
Give yourself the gift of dancing for fun and to help others.
Come dance with us! for fun and exercise