We believe education is the primary way to change people's
relationships with the animals and the environment. Over the
past few years, AHAN has made a commitment to personally expose
student visitors from Japan to these issues by hosting them
at our sanctuary in San Francisco. These students learned
about the connection between living things by practicing organic
gardening, helping with our strays, and working for animal
welfare. When they returned to their homes in Japan, they
took new experiences and a heightened awareness, sharing these
ideas with their own communities.
really appreciate your kindness, I could learn a lot
of things, not only English, but also I learned about
volunteer and environment. Most of my friends said I
changed a lot... I agree... I think it's all because
I could meet good people like you and absorb your knowledge
and way of thinking... Thank you very much for everything...Take
care! and please say hello to cats."
told my parents and some friends about the food. Some
of them said, 'I [understand that] 90 percent of Americans
eat a lot of meat.' Thanks to you, I could know about
food and health. I was very glad to stay with you. I'm
trying to check natural food shops around my town. Take
care of yourself. "
~ Love, Noriko