Bringing Hope to Life: Join Us on a Journey to Witness How Plus One Is Transforming Lives
In a world often marked by hustle and bustle, it's easy to overlook the importance of giving back and helping those in need. Fortunately, there are individuals and organizations that stand as beacons of hope and compassion. One such organisation is “Plus One”, founded by the Group CEO of Reeracoen Group, Mr. Kenji Naito. This article takes you on a journey through “Plus One”'s heartwarming CSR activities, shedding light on the remarkable work they do to brighten the lives of children in need.
A Glimpse into Plus One's Charitable Trip
The heart of “Plus One”'s mission is its annual charitable trip to the Philippines. This initiative, which has been running since 2003, reflects the vision and dedication of Mr. Kenji Naito who was one of the founders. During these trips, Mr Naito’s primary goal is to personally and directly channel donations collected, to the children's village. This is just one of the ways in which “Plus One” goes a step further by making children's dreams come true.
Every year, a team of compassionate individuals organizes a range of activities for the children, from visits to amusement parks, aquariums, swimming pools, resorts, to shopping malls. These experiences provide both financial and emotional support to the children, earning them the endearing nickname, "Early Santa Claus."
Annual trip in 2003 - Visit to the “Enchanted Kingdom”
20th year Anniversary in 2023
The Heartfelt Itinerary
The trip takes place every year on a Saturday and Sunday in September. It begins with a warm welcome ceremony hosted by the children at the village, a touching moment that resonates deeply with everyone involved. Following the ceremony, “Plus One” engages in the "Dreams Come True" project, which aims to create lasting memories for the children.
During their most recent visit, after a four-year hiatus, the team took the children to a shopping mall, providing them with an unforgettable shopping experience. The weekend culminated in a Japanese-style summer festival on Sunday, filled with delights like chocolate bananas and water gun games, leaving the children with cherished memories to hold on to.
Annual Visit in 2019 - Visit to the shopping mall
The Power of Collaboration
One of the remarkable aspects of Plus One's initiative is its ability to unite various organisations for a common cause. The effort extends across borders, with sister Japanese volunteer organizations and German churches actively participating in the charitable mission. The Children's Ministry Support Program Christian Mission Service Philippines (CMSP) plays a crucial role in facilitating these efforts, fostering collaboration to create a brighter future for the children.
Annual visit in 2016
Joining Hands, Changing Lives
The impact of Plus One is immeasurable. The organisation and its dedicated leader, Mr. Kenji Naito, have shown that small acts of kindness can lead to monumental change. The dreams of underprivileged children have been given wings, and the smiles on their faces are a testament to the power of compassion.
Are you ready to be a part of this incredible journey? Extend your hand, make a donation, or become a member of Plus One. Together, we can make dreams come true for these children in the Philippines and beyond.
How You Can Be Part of Plus One's Mission to Change Lives
You might be wondering how you can contribute to Plus One's heartwarming mission. There are several ways you can extend your support:
- Donate: You can make a direct donation to Plus One through this link.
- Become a Member: Join the Plus One team, create events, and contribute to the cause through your efforts. https://plus1project.net/ ※only in Japanese
- Material Support: Donations of clothes, shoes, and other necessities are also highly appreciated.
Corporate Contributions: If you represent a company in the Philippines, you can make direct donations to the children's village.
The Vision of Mr. Kenji Naito
Mr. Kenji Naito, the driving force behind Plus One and the Group CEO of Reeracoen Group, has a history of making a difference. Born in Tokyo in 1982, he moved to Singapore in 2021 to lead Reeracoen, an award-winning staffing and recruitment agency with a commitment to connecting companies with talented individuals.
Mr. Naito's vision for Reeracoen is rooted in creating a recruitment firm that conveys a positive impression of recruiters. He believes that by helping individuals find better jobs, he can positively impact their lives and enable them to provide better lives for their families. Under his leadership, Reeracoen has expanded across multiple countries in Asia, carrying the mission of "Creating a wonderful future with those pursuing happiness."
A Visionary with Core Values
Mr. Kenji Naito's leadership is guided by the principles of The Reeracoen Way, which consists of six core values:
1. I'm Here For You
2. Respect Each Other
3. Positive Influence
4. Be Professional
5. Chance, Challenge, Change!
6. Never never give up, do for the best!
He exemplifies these values by being readily available to support clients and staff, speaking respectfully to everyone, and maintaining a positive influence through his servant leadership style. Mr. Naito leads by example, frequently organizing CSR activities, and showing his appreciation to his staff.
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