Calling all music lovers to join us on Sunday, July 9, at 2ND HALF in Takadanobaba for an evening of fantastic music and fun, and all for a great cause– supporting FEW Community Services Strategic Partner Mirai no Mori’s Back to Nature Program!
This concert will feature outstanding performances by musical guests Monique, Nanae & Nadya Ismail, and others to be announced soon. There will also be the chance to win great raffle prizes from our Strategic Partners! Doors open at 6:00PM with performances starting at 6:30PM.
Proceeds will go towards the FEW & Friends’ Back to Nature Outdoor Cooking Program held on June 10 with Mirai no Mori, an NPO providing life-changing outdoor programs for abused, neglected and orphaned children in Japan (recap here). Our volunteers joined elementary, junior high and high school children, including five young girls, from care facilities in an inspiring day in the outdoors in Mitake, Tokyo.
We invite all members, their spouses and friends (men very welcome) to join us for a fun-filled evening filled with great performances to help support the empowering experience the kids had. The venue, 2ND HALF, is children friendly so it’s the perfect family night, too!
Performers (Full list to be announced soon)
About Mirai No Mori
NPO Mirai no Mori creates life-changing outdoor programs for abused, neglected, and orphaned Japanese children. Mirai no Mori’s programs are designed to work together to provide life-changing benefits to at-risk children, the first step in changing a cycle of dysfunction and despair to a cycle of self-actualization and inspiration. Find out more about Mirai No Mori here.
- FEW & Mirai no Mori Concert for a Cause
- Sunday July 9th
- 18:00 - 21:00
- ¥2000 in advance/ ¥2500 at the door/ Kids free!
- 2ND HALF（セカンドハーフ）高田馬場
- 3 Chome-2-13 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku, Tokyo 169-0075
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