Sunday, April 17, 2011

…if necessary, use words.

Shortly after the Japanese Disaster I saw this clip on CNN.  Franklin Graham of Samaritan’s Purse International Relief Organization being interviewed as a plane of 90+ tons of relief was about to be sent to Japan…but who would deliver these supplies once they arrived ?  See below for “the rest of the story”… 
Samaritan’s Purse

Let me introduce you to a school in Japan, it’s called the MeySen Academy.

A School that specializes in early childhood development and English as a Foreign Language.

A School of ordinary people, making a Huge Difference by serving as a disaster relief team centre

– Because they chose to act.

As a result they have been working directly with the surrounding communities, identifying needs, and immediately buying and delivering exactly what those in need request.  In addition the team delivered over 50 tons of supplies donated through Samaritan’s Purse.

Please watch the following short video to see what the MeySen Academy team are doing along with other volunteers working continuously to help those in Japan – many who have lost absolutely everything. 

Meysen Academy-GPS Tagging - Samaritan’s Purse-

Japan has a long road ahead as they recover, please consider  donating to the MeySen Academy as they continue to serve.

Donating by Check:
Please send your gift made out to "Kids Without Borders" with a note asking that the gift be designated to "MeySen Academy".
In turn, KWB will mail back a receipt.
P.O Box 24,
Bellevue, WA
98009-0024 USA

Matching Funds:
Son Michael Pham, Founder of Kids Without Borders has informed us that Microsoft, Google, and Boeing will match funds raised by their employees who give directly to MeySen.

For More Information please visit the Friends Of MeySen blog or Michael Andrew’s site:

*images and video above by MeySen Academy and/or

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