Sunday, May 24, 2015

The Eels Family quick respond under the Jang Keun Suk name: Our first charity event apart from Cri-J

Interview and text: Esther Noloc
Photo credit: JE

As an eels we need to prove that we love Jang Keun Suk, one way to make that is making charities events, we copy his kindness, so our head administrator  who  is from Indonesia and works with Down Syndrome kids and teens noticed some of their needs and made a committee under the TEF (Eels Family) and JKS names to help them .

All team and TEF member

Was a quick respond because they didn't have snacks and lunch for the kids, so she saw the opportunity to help and bought and prepared the snacks, the water and the transportation for them.

The donations from The Eels Family

Country: Indonesia
When : May 23rd, 2015
Where : Surabaya, east Java, Indonesia
Number of participants: 30 disabled kids, 10 disabled assistant kids, 5 teachers, and 5 coaches including our head administrator and owner of the Eels Family blog.
Name of program: Special Olympic Athlete Leadership Program (program only for disabled kids)

Trained for divisioning or grouping

The orange one is the mentor for the ALPs Program (Athlete Leadership Programs)

How to be a good leader

They have a conference with the kids.

Those of the aims of the leadership programs are: brave, ability, friendship and sports.

This program aim: to make disabled kids develop them self and be independent like normal people.
As a provision for life

Talent show, singing by two girls.

The result of their works

Some of the awards for them

End of program they all pass hehehe with certification
We the members of The Eels Family are proud of one member of  TEF for help that childrens and put the name of Jang Keun Suk in a hight level, he will be please. Thank you.



  1. so nice charities events ♥ i feel so proud of eels and Jang keun suk. :')

    Good Job!!! thank You Eels!

  2. Oh, such a wonderful charity event, I am sure JKS will feel very proud of the Eels family.
    <3<3 zikzin !!!



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