[info] For the children: World Cloud and Good Neighbors Charity Project.

Cloud cover by: Stephe, Managing Editor ^@@^

Please see the information below posted by huhuhuhu on The Cloud English Talk Board today. It is not an official Korean Cloud project, but rather a really important charity project with our friends at Good Neighbors, to bring joy to underprivileged children and for global Rain fans to come together on Rain’s behalf, as we have before. The time frame is very tight, but since when has that scared away a Cloud? We’ve already proven what big hearts we have and that we can do anything we put our minds to. So please, please participate.

Thanks to huhuhuhu for her part in putting this together and bringing it to English-speakers and global fans.

It’s time for World Clouds to unite once again. Please spread the word far and wide, and do your best. Every little bit counts in the Rain world. Thanks, everyone!

— Stephe ^@@^


World Cloud and Good Neighbors Charity Project

Posted by: huhuhuhu @The Cloud English Talk Board, 9/12/11

Some of you may have remembered that we made a donation in the name of Rain’s World Clouds to Good Neighbors in September 2010 to commemorate Rain’s return to the TV screen via “The Fugitive, Plan B”. There had been positive media report about this.

What you may not know was that we had also invited 370 children from Good Neighbors various centres to the Adieu concert in Seoul at the end of 2010. We did that quietly at that time as time was short and people had just made their contributions.

Tickets for the concert:

We also provided them with a healthy snack:

We believed the children all had a good time.

We would like to do this again for the Best Show in Seoul and hope we could invite as many kids as possible (we have heard that they are very eager to go). It would be good if this could be a World Clouds project even though we know the time is short, and we know that many of us have spent a lot of money going to the various concerts. We believe this is a very meaningful event and we hope to have your support.

This project is again done on individual basis and is not an official Cloud project. We are grateful that our Hawaiian Cloud sisters have agreed to help us with the collection. If you wish to make a donation, please send your payment by paypal to the following account: RainsHawaiianCloud@gmail.com. We hope to receive the donation by 22 September at the latest.

If you do not have paypal and would like to make a donation, please contact me at heidi.shanghai@hotmail.com or Vicky at vicky63625@gmail.com. We will do our best to help.

If the donation amount allows, we may also send a rice garland in the name of Rain’s World Clouds on the day of the concert. The Cloud Executive has issued a notice about this. Fans are welcome to send in rice garlands individually or as a fan group. Link to the website address to order the rice garland is: http://www.dreame.co.kr/. Again, if you need help to organize the rice garlands please contact us.

On behalf of the Good Neighbors’ kids, we thank you in advance for your generosity and support.

For our love of Rain – One World, One Love.

— huhuhuhu

~ by Cloud USA on September 12, 2011.

4 Responses to “[info] For the children: World Cloud and Good Neighbors Charity Project.”

  1. Sent my contribution. I hope it helps.



  2. Good to see more mention on this project ^^
    Really hope World Clouds can unite again for this one.
    I can’t open this page http://www.dreame.co.kr/
    it always said ‘connection reset’ after taking a long time to load
    anyone facing the same prob?


  3. Hope this news can reach as many Clouds as possible


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