Living Dreams is a Japan-based NPO working to support children living in children’s homes in the Tokyo area. Living Dreams is Smile Kids Japan’s partner NPO on the Tohoku Kids’ Project.
|Foreign Volunteers Japan
Foreign Volunteers Japan was created to gather willing foreigners, who wish to do volunteer work at an appropriate time and when required in the wake of the disaster.
|Second Harvest Japan (2HJ)
“If you want to find out more about how to buy essential items for distribution directly to the shelters through 2nd Harvest Japan, please click here.”
|The Fruit Tree Project
From delivering fruit to shelters and spending time with the kids, to volunteering with the city in the clean up efforts, The Fruit Tree Project’s goals are simple: Improving the quality of life for those in need through volunteer, service, and lots of LOVE. More importantly, to develop relationships with those in need, providing strength and encouragement for communities that need it most. http://www.volunteerakita.org/
|Tsunami Benefit Concert
A benefit concert featuring the Jammers, XOVA and Frank McComb was held on May 22, 2011 at the Hideaway in Streatham, London. All funds from a charity auction and from the evening was donated to Living Dreams and Smile Kids Japan on their Tohoku Kids’ Project. Thank you for show yoingur support for a great cause!
|Charity Climb – Shimane AJET
Charity Climb of the highest mountain in Shimane prefecture to raise money for people affected by the disaster in Tohoku.
|We Care Japan
This site advertises items offered by donors and requested by NPOs and displacement centres, by KVH.
|Yamagata Music Festival
Tohoku Smile is a musical event to gather the Tohoku community together and help raise funds.
|Kashi No Ki Kenyu Kai
Kashi No Ki Kenyu Kai, one of the leading kendo dojos in the UK, held a ’1000 suburi’ charity event on May 22, 2011 to raise money for the children orphaned by the recent earthquake in Japan and a special ebay auction of items donated by famous Japanese sensei such as Ozawa, Sumi, Chiba and Tashiro.
|20,000 for Tohoku
“Japan is all about calories. You count them in your food, your beer and when you sing karaoke. On July 21st, I will be counting my calories all the way to 20 000. I will cycle from my apartment in Fukui all the way to Kagoshima. That’s roughly 1000 km in the sultry Japanese summer and I have given myself a soft goal of one week. I want you to donate to the kid’s in Tohoku. They need calories – whether it is in the form of sustenance or labour to rebuild their livelihoods.”
Japan Journeys has been arranging tours to Japan for 7 years and feels an enormous debt of gratitude to Japan and the Japanese people. In Japan’s time of need, we are fundraising for a fantastic NPO which provides immediate and longterm material and emotional support to orphanages in the region affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami.Their initiative is called “Tohoku Kids Project”. We CAN make a difference and Japan Journeys asks that you give generously. Thank You. Gambarou Nihon! http://www.globalgiving.org/dy/fundraiser/prevfund/gg.html?regid=5057
Safecast is a building a global sensor network currently monitoring
radiation levels in Japan, both with their own distributed devices as
well as crowd sourcing measurements from people around the country.
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Photographers giving for Tohoku orphanages.