I think this activity will become one of the major movements for creating a positive cycle of change in Japan for the future. If you look at Teach for America’s 22 years of history in the United States, it is quite clear that the outcomes stemming from it are extraordinary.
Raising funds to support Teach for All is a very difficult task. Hard work does not necessarily mean enough funding.
Because of this, Mr. Matsuda and his colleagues have been trying to think of ways to lessen the expenses. One idea is the Book Return Project (in Japanese). This project is basically about recycling used books. As you see at their web site (in Japanese), the books can be of any category. If you have more then 5 books to give, the Yamato Transport will come to your place, pick them up and will deliver them to the Project collect. All you need to do is fill in the form and call the organizer.
What a beautiful idea this is to support the future of less priveledged children.
Such small things accumulated become a forceful power in making children’s future bright.
Here is my message of support to Learning For All:
By teaching, you teach yourself.
Education for poor youths, by youths.
Through this youths will grow to become true leaders.
Learning For All – Anyone can participate in this fantastic project. By participating you are taking part in that which will trigger a positive cycle for the future by educating children and nurturing youths to become leaders.