Study in NY: Fund for Children Who Have Suffered Loss in Japan

By Japanese Children's Society

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Fundraiser for 7th Annual USA Summer-Abroad Camp

Japanese Children Society (JCS) endeavors to contribute to regions in Japan that have been affected by natural disaster. Beyond just financial aid, it is also our hope to connect directly with the children affected by such disasters. During the summer of 2013, we first invited two elementary school children affected by the Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami to visit the United States as participants in our IKUEI Summer Day Camp. The two children were then able to spend an unforgettable summer creating lifelong bonds and mutual understanding with our campers.


For continuing to host this program

As of 2018, we began inviting survivors of disaster from any region in Japan to join one of our summer camps. With support from Ashinaga; various corporations and foundations; individual sponsors; and registered host families of JCS, it is our sincerest hope that we will be able to continue providing participants with an impactful experience.


We will do our best to provide all recipients of the fund with support to create a fun, safe, and memorable summer-abroad experience.


Your donation and support are greatly appreciated. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.


How we will use the $8,000:

Your donation will go toward flight tickets and participation fees for the summer camp.

And here’s some amazing perks for supporting us that you can’t live without

$100 donation

→ ① 'Thank You' letter written by recipient of the fund +

② Original JCS apparel and merchandise

$300 donation

→ ① Your name written on the JCS Totem Pole (located in front of JCS)

② All previous perks

$500 donation

→ ① A special gift from our NY Campus

② All previous perks

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    Offline donation

Team Members

Sachiko Okada

Justin Ehringhaus

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