Emoto Peace Project Has Become a Nonprofit Organization!

Today, we have wonderful news. Emoto Peace Project that we have been operating as a peace activity has been approved as a nonprofit organization.

It has passed 6 years since I declared the establishment of Emoto Peace Project, which was formerly known as Emoto Project, at the United Nations Head Quarter in May, 2005 when I gave a keynote speech. I had a strong belief that it was crucial to teach children about the importance of water when they were still young. Therefore I promised to give out free copies of “Messages from Water” to six hundred and fifty thousand children around the world. This is approximately 10 percent of the world population. We have delivered books to children in 30 different countries in last 6 years so far.

This year, Emoto Peace Project has been involved in different kind of important peace creating activities besides distributing books. We launched a project named “Take Action for Japan” after the disaster occurred in Eastern Japan in March.
Emoto Peace Project has been undertaken as only a peace activity project, and now, we are able to work more actively as a nonprofit organization. I am very happy as it has been my hope for many years. We are determined to work even harder than ever in order to create true peace on this planet. I would appreciate your continuous support.

Let me quote the objective of nonprofit organization, Emoto Peace Project as follows.

To operate activities to inspire people, especially children, concerning the importance of water
To plan educational seminars and events concerning the importance of water
To research and develop systems concerning water
To support research projects and provide information based on research results
To contribute in environmental preservation and peace promotion through enlightening people regarding importance of water”

In order to attain above mentioned goals, we can work on activities such as environmental preservation, human rights protection, and peace promotion.

Emoto Peace Project will be organizing an event named “Let’s Pray for Peace Together from Fukushima.” Your generous support will be greatly appreciated.

Love & Gratitude,
Masaru Emoto

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