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Individuals and organizations can make regular or one-off financial contributions. Your contribution can make a big difference:
· ¥100 can buy a bag of seeds
· ¥350 can buy a mosquito net
· ¥1,000 can provide a water steriliser
· ¥2,000 can buy a Mother and Baby kit
· ¥4,000 can provide a child a complete set of school books
· ¥5,000 can provide a re-settlement kit to a refugee
See below for individual and corporate fund-raising examples.
Tailor a package to suit you or your business
We can tailor a package that best fits the size, culture, objectives and capabilities of corporate donors, providing you with a secure and reliable Corporate Social Responsibility program with acknowledgement in our publications and on our website. We provide all donors with regular updates on Refugees International Japan-funded projects. Please contact us for further information.
Ask your employer to match your donations
An easy way to increase the impact of your donation is to have your employer match it. Matching donations or matching gifts is a charitable practice where an organization pledges to give an equal amount of money to match the amount raised by employees. The practice of matching donations thus doubles the funds that the charity receives. (See the example of Q-P Corporation under Corporate Sponsorship).
If you wish to donate now please click on ’Make a Donation’ at the top of the webpage or make a bank transfer via:
田町支店(Tamachi branch) #043
Examples of Fund-raising Initiatives
Barakura English Garden Gala Day Raffle
The Yamada family and the staff at Barakura English Garden have been supporting Refugees International Japan for over seven years. Every year at the Preview day of the Barakura Flower Show, they organise a raffle with over 70 prizes donated by the Yamada family and exhibitors at the Flower Show.
Visiting exhibitors and staff roam the garden during the morning selling tickets to the visitors. Each guest who buys a ticket gets a ladybird pin.
This year the Gala preview was on Friday 17 June. It was a beautiful sunny day and the grand sum of 405,000 yen was raised.
Footy Japan - Annual Charity Soccer 7’s Tournament
For the fourth consecutive year, Footy Japan raised money for Refugees International Japan at its Annual Charity Soccer 7’s Tournament held on 28 May 2016 at Yokohama Country and Athletic Club. It was a glorious day of sunshine and football and they raised the grand sum of 315,000 yen for RIJ.
A raffle was once again drawn at the end of this year’s tournament with great prizes to be won, including mi-adidas gift card, leather passport wallet from Cartier Japan and fine wine from The Vine company.
For more information on the event, visit Footy Japan’s website.