1000 Origami Cranes

Let’s make origami cranes… In Japanese culture one thousand origami cranes strung together symbolises hope, peace and healing. We thought it would be a good way to bring people virtually together, to commemorate ten years on from the Great East … Read More

Aid For Japan 2020 : The Year In Review

Braving a tough year… 2020 has proved to be a very tough year, particularly with the advent of the Covid-19 crisis. As well as having an impact on so many lives on a personal basis, it also affected businesses and … Read More

Orphan’s Christmas Presents 2020

In the wake of the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami, hundreds of children also lost their parents and families. Aid For Japan was founded by Akemi Solloway to support the orphans of this tragedy. In the short-term, the charity lends … Read More

Event Postponement

Dear All, It is with regret that after discussion with the Aid For Japan team and also with the venue, we have taken the decision to postpone the commemorative event originally scheduled for Saturday 14th March. In recent times, decisions … Read More

Japan Club’s Christmas Sale raises fund for Aid For Japan

Last year, the students at Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls in Elstree staged a Japanese cultural event to raise funds for Aid For Japan (see our previous report). This fundraising initiative was coordinated via the school’s Japanese Club, which regularly … Read More

Aid For Japan 2019 : The Year In Review

A year in charity work… 2019 marked the 8th Anniversary of the 2011 Japan Earthquake/Tsunami, a year in which Aid For Japan continued to do the work that it had set out to do since its formation. Once again, the … Read More

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