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Let’s save children in the world.

投稿日:2020年2月9日 更新日:

I am sponsoring two children in this photo through World Vision’s Child Sponsorship Program. One is a girl in Africa and the other is a boy in Bangladesh. I have been a member of this relief organization for many years. Sponsoring a child through this program helps improve the education and well-being of the children living in developing countries, and the sponsors can regularly communicate with their sponsored children by letters. Today I attended a child sponsors’ meeting which was held in Fukuoka City, and exchanged our latest information with the participants and encouraged each other.

If you are being indecisive to become a child sponsor despite your desire to do so, I would like to introduce World Vision’s program. With the support of \4,500 per month, in other words, \150 per day, you can change the child’s future. For details, please visit World Vision Japan’s website https://www.worldvision.jp or call 0120-465-009.

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