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NBBBS Report on World Vision Child Sponsorship

posted by kkla@nbbbs.com

Corallo (Nbbbs' accountant) posted that Nbbbs has raised around NT$368,000 and 16 new sponsorships for Jerry's birthday this year. Including the amount from all other Jerry's Fan sites from TW, HK, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Thailand, Korea, Mainland China, Singapore, and Malaysia, the amount should reach record breaking high this year, and it should be over NT$1 million. This amount does not include Japan's 3000 new sponsorships.

Helping children

Helping children
Fans of Jerry Yan, of the famed Taiwanese boy band F4, can meet him face-to-face by enrolling in the World Vision Foundation’s child support programme or by donating 1,500 baht to help underprivileged children.

A Christian relief and developmental organisation, the World Vision Foundation of Thailand operates 94 programmes in 46 provinces, helping more than 93,000 children.

source: Bangkok Post
credits to Jerry Yan Philippines When Reposting.Thank You.

December 8, 2006

December 8, 2006
according to Winnie of www.jerryyan.org, Jerry has gone back to TW. He wears all black today including a black mask.

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You 1 Zhou Magazine (Singapore), issue No. 53

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You 1 Zhou Magazine (Singapore), issue No. 53
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Jerry in Korea for World Vision

Jerry in Korea for World Vision
Jin Hui Ci, a veteran korean actress, who came very popular because of the 2006 korean hit serial "Goong" (Princess Hours) where sheportrayed the role of Queen grandmother to the lead stars.In the pictures, Jerry was holding her published book, which she also signed for Jerry.

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Newest message and photo from Jerry's blog

December 6, 2006
Newest message and photo from Jerry's blog:
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(thanks to selina for providing the picture and a1958 for uploading it)
Jerry's message:
Here I come again!
Friends in Korea, I am very happy that I don't need to wait for 2 years before I come again. Please support WorldVision's activity!

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Jerry Yan’s visit to the Philippines canceled due to super typhoon Reming

source:
http://oliverpublicist.blogspot.com/2006/12/jerry-yans-visit-to-philippines.html

Friday, December 01, 2006
Jerry Yan’s visit to the Philippines canceled due to super typhoon Reming


To address the urgent need for disaster relief operation due to the onslaught of super typhoon Reming, World Vision-Philippines is canceling the scheduled visit of Jerry Yan to Filipino sponsored children.

“While Jerry’s visit will highlight World Vision-Philippines campaign to find new sponsors for 1,000 poor Filipino children, it is our priority to respond to the appeals for relief assistance of our community and local government partners devastated by super typhoon Reming”, said World Vision-Philippines executive Director Elnora Avarientos. She added that World Vision’s Humanitarian Emergency Assistance team, which is tasked to secure the safety of Jerry’s visit in the Philippines will instead go to the Bicol region to conduct damage and need assessment in preparation for disaster relief operation.

Taiwanese superstar Jerry Yan, popularly known as Dao Ming Si of the phenomenal hit TV series Meteor Garden and F4 fame, was scheduled to visit the Philippines on December 8 – 11 as part of his Child Sponsorship campaign across Asia.

Jerry has been appointed as the first Asia Regional Child Sponsorship Ambassador of World Vision and has visited World Vision-supported projects and communities in Mongolia last October 24 to 30. From Mongolia, the Asian pop star proceeded to Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong as Child Sponsorship Ambassador last November. Jerry is scheduled to visit Korea, the Philippines and Thailand this month.

In line with his Asian tour, Jerry is calling for 35,000 new sponsors for children in need throughout Asia.

Jerry joins more than three million other World Vision child sponsors in supporting poor children the world over. He currently sponsors three children in Mongolia.

In the Philippines, World Vision assists more than 120,000 children in 34 provinces and 22 cities across the country. Nearly 10,000 Filipinos are engaged in giving life-changing investment to 11,797 children through child sponsorship. For only P15 a day or P450 a month, a child’s life is transformed and his/her future is secured.

World Vision is a child-focused Christian, development, advocacy and relief organization that helps over 100 million people in 96 countries in 2005 alone. It is one of the world’s largest child sponsorship and relief agencies.

For the children

For the children
FOR Taiwanese heartthrob Jerry Yan, artistes serve a greater need apart from entertaining, and that is to help others.
“We are always busy with concerts, filming and various promotional activities, there doesn’t seem to be time to help those who need our help. But it is important that we do our part.” said Yan at the World Vision press conference recently.
Yan was in Kuala Lumpur as part of his Asian tour of World Vision countries to promote the organisation’s International Child Sponsorship Programme. His next stops will include Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and the Philippines.
The 29-year-old signed on as World Vision’s first Asia Child Sponsorship Ambassador in October. As ambassador, he represents 10 World Vision Asian offices, namely Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, the Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan and Singapore.
Yan said that he had long wanted to work with World Vision but was unable to because of his packed schedule.
One of his first duties as ambassador was to visit some children in Mongolia.
“In my seven days there, I saw many children who needed help and care, and I realised that child sponsorship was an effective way for us to help them,” said Yan, who sponsors three World Vision children himself.
“If I can realise just one of their dreams, it would be to provide them access to education. I believe that education will help them in the long run to escape the cycle of poverty.”– By Li Ee Kee

source: ecentral
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