Kids' Door - Japan
¥490,500 raised
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Ended Jun 20, 2018

About Asia Pacific Bike Ride
The Asia Pacific Bike Ride is an international charity event organized by Societe Generale, to raise funds and awareness for our local charity partners in Asia. Our employees from across the region participate in a two-day cycling event every year since 2010. Participants support community-activities back home by raising funds for their local charity partners.

This year, the Asia Pacific Bike Ride will take place in Chiang Mai, Thailand from 20 to 22 October 2017.

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Our Charity partner

Please support the Bike Ride participants from Japan to raise funds for Kids' Door NPO Japan.

Their motto:  “We run for a society where all kids can have a dream”

Kid’s poverty is a social problem that is only recently known in Japan. One in 6 children in Japan lives in poverty and faces difficulty to receive higher education due to the cost of education.

Kids' Door is an NPO that is a pioneer of the area, which provide various educational opportunities to those unprivileged kids through supplementary classes to literally open their doors to the future.

Through this charity, we want to raise fund to support the NPO’s initiative called “English Drive”. The initiative not only support kid’s to improve their English skills but also brings them confidence by facing multi-national culture.

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The APAC bike ride is non-competitive and a meaningful annual event that pulls together the collective strength of Societe Generale. The event helps build-up good rapport with colleagues from different offices, business lines and entities, nurturing relationship and team spirit. It also has a qualitative impact on staff bonding leading to a more productive work place. The bike ride was more physically challenging this year and colleagues rode together supporting each other physically and emotionally.

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