Directory of Non-Profit Organizations in Japan
With a working Board of Directors made up of both Japanese and international citizens, Hands On Tokyo was established in December 2006. It’s mission was make volunteering more accessible to people in the Tokyo region and to accelerate the expansion of volunteers in the greater Tokyo area.
They help children with special needs, elderly citizens and other social organizations. Currently they are also seeking volunteers to help on COVID-19 Project.
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Handson Tokyo Address
NPO Hands On Tokyo
Gardenia Roppongi #101, 5-16-46 Roppongi, Minato-ku,
TEL: (03) 3583-2135
The Run for the Cure Foundation (RFTC) is a one-of-a-kind non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about breast cancer and effecting social change at the personal level throughout Japan.
They host a number of fundraising events, such as the Pink Ball, Casino Night, Cuisine for the Cure, and the Run for the Cure Walk for Life, among others. It is possible to engage as a volunteer in their activities at any time of the year, or you can make a donation through their official website.
RFTC Japan Office
Izumi Osaki Building 6F,
Osaki 3-6-28, Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo 141-0032 Japan
Second Harvest Japan is a registered non-profit organization with the Japanese government. They have provided a nationwide food bank since the year of their incorporation in March 2002 and have been working to improve food security.
Second Harvest Japan is working to establish a Food Safety Net in the country. In order to do this, we provide meals to a variety of humanitarian groups and persons in need, including children’s homes, single-mother shelters, centres for the disabled, and many more.
As part of its efforts to ensure that individuals who lack food security receive sufficient quantities of food, 2HJ works with food producers and other businesses, with the goal of using food to forge new relationships between enterprises and the community.
Volunteers are needed for Second Harvest, Japan, and can devote their time. You may also support this well-known Japanese non-profit by donating money or food to them.
Second Harvest Japan
1F Mizuta Building, Asakusabashi, Taito-ku,
Shine On! Kids provides innovative, evidence-based psycho-social support programmes to children in Japan who are suffering from cancer and other serious diseases.
Additionally, the Japan based nonprofit also provides assistance to the numerous family members who are responsible for caring for these children both within and outside of the hospital. Medical personnel who care for critically ill children also needs stress management support which the organization provides.
Their current programmes includes the following
1.Hospital Facility Dog Program
2.Beads of Courage
3.Camp Courage for Survivors
Shine On Kids Video
Shine On! Kids
Wakamatsu Building 7F
3-3-6 Nihonbashi Honcho, Chuo-ku
Tokyo 103-0023 Japan
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