JAPAN - The other day, the Mission Club was given a grant by the Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteer Alumni Association for their work in supporting the technical intern trainees from overseas. They received the “Reiwa 3 Subsidy for Junior and Senior High Schools Volunteer Activity Project”.
The purpose of this subsidy is to provide financial support to junior high and senior high school students who engage in activities that discover and resolve issues in the local community. On behalf of the club, Satoshi Kishimoto received the grant from the representatives of the Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteer Alumni Association.
“I used to think that when you did something good for someone else, you should be rewarded. But I don’t think like that anymore. Through these activities, everyone cooperates and knows that this is truly helping people and will lead to a better future. We need to raise awareness.” Kishimoto said. He hopes that his juniors will continue what they have started. (Hakodate La Salle Official Website)