The London Japanese and English friendship club Message Board › Charity event this Friday
A West London engineer is set to take an epic solo motorcycle journey from the UK to Japan to raise money for Aid for Japan - the charity for children orphaned from the 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami. Come join us for a relaxed evening in the heart of central London to hear the story from the man himself, meet the founders of our charity and find out more about the work we do to support the orphans in Japan.
There is a limited amount of spaces available, therefore it is strongly recommended to purchase your ticket early to avoid disappointment!
Ticket includes: Food, drinks and entertainment
Scheduled events for the evening:
19:30 - Guest Registration
19:45 - Presentation from Aid For Japan
20:00 - Presentation from Dominic Farewell-Cooke
20:30 - Food and drinks
22:00 - Event Close
Time will be allocated for Q&A.
Live Music on the evening will be provided by renowned International Cellist & Violinist -
Kosato Nishihata 西畑こさと
Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation building has 2 entrances, please make sure to use the “Outer Circle Entrance” the one facing Regent's Park, as the other one will be closed. For more detailed journey infomation - http://www.dajf.org.u....
Who we are:
At 14:46 (JST) on 11th March 2011, the most powerful earthquake ever recorded to have hit Japan, and fifth most powerful earthquake ever recorded in the world, with the subsequent tsunami waves claimed the lives of over 18,000 people. Among those killed were the parents of over 2,000 children. Aid For Japan is a UK registered charity, and our mission is to provide long-term support to these orphans. Our organisation is completely sustained by donations and a dedicated team of volunteers. To find out more or learn how you can help, please visit:
Aid for Japan: http://www.aidforjapa...
Our Facebook: https://facebook.com/...
Dominic Farewell-Cooke: http://www.littledom.... Kosato Nishihata: http://www.kosatonish...
Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation:http://www.dajf.org.u...
We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you on Friday 25th April!