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About Us

Roses. Charity Art Exhibition started its activity in 2008 by the founder Yuki Fuchigami and his friends to achieve the goal where all children can exercise their rights to education.

We pursue our goal by using art as our medium, as it has the power to instantly engage people. Thus, we create an opportunity for artists, creators, designers and celebrities to explore their creativity using our motif, Rose, and we exhibit their art works for charity. All profits are donated to our partner NGOs and NPOs that focus on children’s education such as “Room to Read” (http://www.roomtoread.org/Welcome), an internationally established NGO group. Over the past 6 years, total of 20,901 people have visited our exhibitions and participated in charity while appreciating the art and culture.

As a result, we have succeeded in building “Roses. Library” in Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka and Vietnam, as well as supporting children who are suffering from the Great East Japan Earthquake happened in 2011. We are proud of our 6 years of accomplishments, but we still have a long way to go.

Roses. Historical Activities

2008
Built “Roses. Library” in Cambodia through Room to Read (RtoR).
2009
Built “Roses. Library” in Laos and donated to the Girls Education Program through RtoR.
2010
Built “Roses. Library” and “Roses. Library rooms” in Sri Lanka, and donated to the Girls Education Program through RtoR.
2011
Donated a mobile library “Roses. Picture Book Bus” for houses and shelters in the disaster areas of Japan through NPO, A school of the Earth. And donated to Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Initiatives Scholarships through NPO, Canayell-Bridge for Smile.
2012
Donated to Institute for Children in Ishinomaki, north Japan through Public Interest Inc. Association Sweet Treat 311.And sponsored to NPO CARE-WAVE for theater performance to support children in North Japan.
2013
Built “Roses. Library” in Vietnam and donated to the Girls Education Program through RtoR. Sponsored to NPO CARE-WAVE for theater performance to support children in North Japan.

In 2014, Our profits will go to…