With the changing of the leaves comes many opportunities to support various NGOs and their efforts. Take a look at the events below and reach out to the organizations through the contact information provided if you’re interested in lending a helping hand!
The Big Draw Festival 2018
The world’s largest cross-cultural drawing festival, led by local artists Hilary Baker in Bewdley, UK, & Divya Marie Kato in Tokyo, JP!
- Date & Time: Sunday, October 28th 15:30-18:30pm
- Location: Yoyogi Park, Tokyo (meet at Sangubashi gate)
- Price: 1,000 JPY (Please bring exact change)
What it’s About: The Big Draw is a family event open to all ages interested in cultural exchange between Japan and UK. We will be learning and experimenting with traditional British and Japanese drawing methods and materials, and everyone will be able to incorporate their own style and knowledge alongside a different cultural practice. As part of this project, we have sent Japanese art materials to Ruskin Land in Bewdley, UK, and they have sent us e.g. local charcoal and other materials in exchange. On the day there will also be a live feed between Yoyogi Park & Ruskin Land to create an interaction between the countries.
What to Bring: Your sketchbooks and favorite drawing materials, drinks and snacks, clothes suitable for the park, as well as bug spray and sun screen. Please invite also your family and friends!Above all, don’t forget to bring a willingness to create!
Where to Learn More: https://www.divyamariekato.com/the-big-draw-japan-2018/
Where to Register: Please register by sending an email with your full name and number of guests to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tohoku Volunteer Road
Place to Grow is hosting inspiring weekend trips to the Tohoku area to grow & learn from each other!
- October Road Trip: Saturday 27th – Sunday 28th
- November Road Trip: Saturday 17th – Sunday 18th
- December Road Trip: Saturday 15th – Sunday 16th
What it’s About: Place to Grow organizes open-to-all monthly weekend Volunteer Road Trips to disaster-stricken Tohoku communities, with an aim to connect and inspire a rising generation of leaders in the area. Volunteers depart Tokyo early on Saturday morning and return late on Sunday night.
Where to Learn More: http://www.placetogrow-ngo.org/activities
TELL Connoisseurs’ Auction
Are you all about good wine? Then you don’t want to miss this auction where all proceeds go TELL’s work.
- Date & Time: Friday, November 2nd, 18:00-22:00 pm
- Location: Happo En, 1-1-1 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-8631
- Dress Code: Evening wear – be Bohemian, be inspired!
- Price: 20,000 JPY
What it’s About: The theme for TELLs 23rd Annual Connoisseurs’ Auction is Bohemian Rhapsody – Uncorked! The Connoisseurs’ Auction is recognized as Tokyo’s premier events for wine connoisseurs. It attracts 150 distinguished guests who bid on over 25 lots of premium wine, luxurious accommodation, and exceptional goods and services from a wide range of donors in both a live auction and a silent auction. The event will also feature extensive tastings of fine wines from some of Tokyo’s top wine distributors. Participation will help TELL continue to provide life-saving services.
Where to Learn More: To discuss sponsorship or further details of the auction please contact Blake Cunningham at email@example.com.
Where to Register: To reserve a table, or make a donation of goods or services to the event, please visit the TELL Auction website.
Knights In White Lycra (KiWL) Go-Go 55 Ultra and Half Marathon
- Date: Saturday November 10th
- 21km river course from upper Arakawa River onto the Iruma River finishing at Aina Water Park, Kawagoe, Saitama.
- 55km river course from the Arakawa River near Minami-Senju, Tokyo
What it’s About: Choose between 55 kilometer or 22 kilometer marathon from Tokyo to Kawagoe along the Arakawa River, and support Mirai no Mori for its programs for abused, neglected, and orphaned youths children.
What’s the Cost: Entry Fee: 30,000 JPY for 55 km, 25,000 JPY for 21 km run. Entry fee will be waived if entrant introduces corporate sponsorship to the running vest.
What’s the Cost Include: Entry Fee includes running vest, refreshments and a donation to Mirai no Mori.
Where to Register: Please fill the registration form on the KIWL website
December 2018 FEW Bonenkai Recap
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Sponsor Spotlight: Blu Jam Cafe
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January 2019 Sponsor Offers and Member News
Check out the latest offers and opportunities from our Sponsors and other FEW Community Events here! Our Sponsors are committed to bringing the best services and products to FEW members. Visit our Sponsors page to learn more about all of FEW’s Sponsors, who not only support FEW’s activities but also provide professional and personal services benefiting […]Published on 1st January 2019
November Monthly Meeting Recap – Leading the Way for Strong Women in the Corporate World
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December 2018 Sponsor Offers & Member News
Check out the latest offers and opportunities from our Sponsors and other FEW Community Events here! Our Sponsors are committed to bringing the best services and products to FEW members. Visit our Sponsors page to learn more about all of FEW’s Sponsors, who not only support FEW’s activities but also provide professional and personal services benefiting […]Published on 1st December 2018
New Year Brunch Mixer at Trunk (Hotel)
Join us for delicious food and great networking over Japanese “one soup and three side dishes” -style brunch at Shibuya's classy Trunk Kitchen after a long winter break!
Believe Your Story with Tanja Bach
Come join us for a hands-on workshop to polish your brand story and self-confidence at our brand new venue, Tokyo Chapter in Akasaka.
DIY Product Photography Workshop with TopTia
A workshop for all who want take better photos of objects, either with a smartphone or a camera, but don’t know where to start – TopTia Photography will guide you through the basics of taking compelling photos! Recommended especially for those whose business lean on beautiful photos!