The ULILA Foundation of Sir Joseph de Leon



since Dec. 1, 2008

Outreach Missions

VOLUNTARY DAILY COLLECTION OF RELIEF ITEMS & SCHOOL SUPPLIES HERE IN JAPAN.

Posted on February 3, 2010 at 1:08 AM

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OUR DREAM PROJECT: To build a Learning Center for the Indigent Children in Lawingan, Labuan Zamboanga City . We need financial aid from you to help us make a difference in the lives of these children. Please help. As of Feb. 7, 2010, more than 54,500 assorted items were collected by the Founder since December 1, 2008 and more than 1,000 indigent children in Zamboanga City benefited from our outreach missions.Another outreach mission is scheduled this March and April, 2010.

 

 

This is the updated number of assorted relief  items collected by me (Mr. Joseph de Leon ;) here  in Japan and sent them to my Hometown in Zamboanga City, Mindanao,Philippines and in Manila through the help of our Manila Coordinator Ms. Maria Cristina Dalusung-Cortez (Proprietress of Subarashi Cargo Philippines: www.subarashicargo.com). I send One Jumbo Box every month to the indigent children in the Philippines since Dec. 1, 2008.

The collection of relief items is done everyday by me and we need your help to pay the delivery fee from Japan to the Philippines worth 12,000. yen/ Jumbo Box. The Collected Items are stored in my  apartment and  these items will reach the indigent children  early with your help in paying the delivery fee. Please click the "DONATE  NOW" button on this page for cash donation details.

 

Collection for today:  ( The data below is the number of items I collected for today, added to the above total since Dec. 1, 2008) (See Photo Gallery for donation pictures)

 

Dec. 1, 2008- February 3, 2010:

I collected  31,000  assorted  relief and schools items from my foreign and Japanese friends, co-teachers, students  and neighbors here in Japan. (see photos at the photo gallery)

 

February 4, 2010 (Thursday)

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Akabane Elementary School, Japan (1,000 assorted relief and school items)

(see photo on our photo gallery)

February 5, 2010 (Friday): 

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Kokai Minami Elementary School, Japan (2,500 assorted relief and school items)

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 6, 2010 (Saturday):

I collected 10,000 assorted school items (10 Post Office boxes)  from  the President of  Ibaraki Kokusai Koryou Tanoshimu Kai  Mr. Yasuyoshi "AraiSensei" Arai  .These items where donated by the Japanese students of :

Tama Elementary School,Ibaraki Ken, Japan (1,000 pcs. assorted school items)

Oomura Elementary School, Ibaraki Ken, Japan (1,000 pcs assorted school items)

Oguri Elementary School, Ibaraki Ken, Japan  (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Sekijo City Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Yoosau Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Chikusei Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Isa Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Oota Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Yagai School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Ueno Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

 

 

February 7, 2010 (Sunday):

I collected 10,000 assorted Relief  Items /clothes from my Japanese Landlord Mr. Kawasaki.

February 8, 2010 (Monday):

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary  School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 9, 2010 (Tuesday):

I collected 1,000 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

February 12,  2010 (Friday):

I collected 500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Kokai Minami  Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

 

February 15, 2010 (Monday):  

I collected 250 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Akabane Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

 

February 16, 2010 (Tuesday):

I collected 500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 16, 2010 (Tuesday): (1:00 PM)

I've  send 2 Jumbo Boxes of relief clothes and school supplies to the Philippines.

Delivery fee of 24,000 Yen paid by the Junior Red Cross of Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

 

February 19, 2010 (Friday):

I collected 300 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Kokai Minami Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 23, 2010 (Tuesday):

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 23, 2010 (Tuesday): (7:00 PM)

I've send 2 Jumbo Boxes of relief clothes and school supplies to the Philippines.

Delivery fee of 12,000 Yen paid by my Manila Coordinator Ms. Maria Cristina Dalusung-Cortez of Subarashi Cargo (www.subarashicargo.com)

If your are living in Japan, send your relief donations to the Founder:

 

Joseph S. de Leon

Tochigi ken Moka Shi Daimachi 2855 Kawasaki Jiutaku-3

Japan

Cellphone Number: 080-6744-3859

Email: [email protected]

Cellphone Email: [email protected]

In Manila:

Send to: Maria Cristina Dalusung-Cortez

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Zamboanga City:

Send to: Rosalino Arcillas

               Lantawan Drive , Pasonanca Zamboanga City

 

 

 

 

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Reply FOUNDER: Joseph de Leon
1:27 AM on February 3, 2010 
Boxes of relief items sent to the Philippines

Two Jumbo Boxes
Date send: December, 2008
Sender: Joseph de Leon ( Founder)
Delivery Fee: Taken from the Foundation's collected donation
Date of arrival in Zamboanga City: January, 2009
Received by: Margie de Leon (Coordinator)

One Jumbo Box
Sender: Joseph de Leon ( Founder)
Destination:Zamboanga City
Box No. 031TV251
Size: Jumbo Box
with 2 tarpauline donated by subarashi cargo
Delivery Fee paid by: Maria Cristina Dalusung-Cortez
Arrival- March 20, 2009 at Manila warehouse
Received by: Margie de Leon (Coordinator)


One Jumbo Box
Box No.031TV255
Delivery paid by: Maria Crisitina Dalusung-Cortez ( Manila Coordinator)
Sender: Joseph de Leon (Founder)
Destination: Zamboanga City
Received by: Margie de Leon (Coordinator)
Date of arrival: April 11, 2009



One Jumbo Box
Sender: Joseph de Leon (Founder)
Box No.: 052E079
Destination:Zamboanga City
Received by: Margie de Leon (Coordinator)
Arrival: May 22, 2009
Out to zamboanga- 5/24/2009

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