Charitable activities to aid victims of the Tohoku Pacific Ocean Earthquake
March 18, 2011
This page highlights New York region charitable events and activities being held for the victims of the Tohoku Pacific Ocean Earthquake.
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Everlasting bond between local NY-area educators and Japan through Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York’s U.S. Educators Program: Former program participants initiate their own grassroots fundraising efforts for Japan earthquake relief through their schools and communities
Manorhaven School in Port Washington, NY
Rye City School District in Rye City, NY
Waverly School in Eastchester, NY
Ridge Ranch Elementary School in Paramus, NJ
East Brook Middle School in Paramus, New Jersey
In Fort Lee, New Jersey
When the recent earthquake and tsunami devastated Northeastern Japan, the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York (JCCI) received a touching reminder of the bond that their U.S. Educators Program has created between hundreds of local educators and Japan. Many of the former participants from the program’s 22 years have been taking it upon themselves to organize grassroots fundraising campaigns in their schools, districts and communities to raise funds for Japan disaster relief.
In response to the massive earthquake and tsunami that recently devastated northeastern Japan, the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York, Inc., in cooperation with The Nippon Club, has established the 2011 Northeastern Japan Earthquake Relief Fund to aid the victims of the disaster through the J.C.C. Fund, the Chamber’s 501(c)3 not-for-profit philanthropic vehicle. For more details, please visit: www.jcciny.org/
Contact:Jon Schwab 212 246 8001 or email@example.com
Send Hope to Japan from the World
Post messages of hope for Japan with pictures, videos, artworks, music, poetry, etc. and your location and name in the message so that people in Japan can see messages gathering from all over the world.