On a sunny day on October 15, members of the Rotary Club of Toronto-Forest Hill donated and planted 6 Sakura Trees in the garden of the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. Sakura trees' blossoms symbolise clouds due to their nature of blooming en mass. The transience of the blossoms, the exquisite beauty and volatility has often associated with grace and karma. The existence of Sakura trees in the garden of the children's hospital helps to soothe their pain and suffering. The tree planting project is part of the Support Our Kids (SOK) project spearheaded by Club members James Matsumoto and Chako Setoyama. 
From left to right: Rotarian Lori, Bob, Marvin, Sonam, Sid, Julia Haningsberg, CEO of Holland Bloorview, James, Chako, Miss Ito, Consul General of Japan, Josie, Denis and Jim.