To give, to receive, to connect, to learn.

onigiri 1The grade one’s and their parents made 529 onigiri with the middle and high school students. The children know how they are part of a system which supports our wider community. We work with the Chiku Centre group and  this group finds out what people need. Our role was to raise money for the onigiri we made. The Chiku centre group then takes the food to the people. This is one way we are supporting the homeless of Yokohama.

One thought on “To give, to receive, to connect, to learn.

  1. Tremendous effort and such valuable learning, especially for children at this age. Wonderful.

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