2009 Charity concert in Switzerland

A member of ChildrenAid, Midori held a charity concert in Switzerland where she lives. How it was, here Midori reported.


On Saturday the 28th of Feb., I organized a charity concert with a great co-operation of my friends.

"Let's give the children a chance to study" was the message, which is also Yuki's objective. I started to inform about the charity concert as "Charity to give presents of Stationary for students" one month in advance.


I set the goal of the certain amount of the donation, but surprisingly the half was alread reached before the day of the concert.


About 70 people of difference nationalities such as Swiss, German, Italian, Malaysian, Japanese, Swedish, etc. came to the concert and enjoyed the great perfrormance of Wayumi (pianist) and Zoe Ann (vocalist) through the night. It was such a wonderful time that we spent. Thanks to Wayumi & Zoe Ann, Anita who helped me for the presentation, and of course the audiences. Without all of them it could not have happened. I felt that we were all united by music for the children in India.


At the end, a large amont of the donation was collected far beyond the expectation. Only I can do is to appreciate all who supported. I hope each heart from donaters will reach the children one by one in India.

<Midori. S>


Charity Concert in SwitzerlandZoe Ann Goodsoon (singer) Wayumi Weiss (keyboard player) ←With Ms.Anita from Malaysia who helped the presentation.Donation used for management of the school , perchasing goods for Art, musical instrument (piano etc.), and goods for Indian traditional dance Kathak. We appreciate great gifts from Switzerland! (Photo below: Students given watercolours and sketch books.)



Giving a chance of Education

to cihldren in India
NGO Children Aid - Surya Bharti School
Japanese  / English  / Chinese

NGO Children Aid

C/O Hotel Mahamaya Palace, Bakraur, Near Sujata bridge, Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar 824231, India


Giving chance 
of education
to children in India

There was no school in a village. A few children went to a school by walking long way. Hundreds or more children were playing and working. Of course they could not read and write. They are very poor  and their family can only afford to eat.

We established a school (without tuition fee) in the village.