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Tokyo Charity Events – Fall 2019/Winter 2020 – Get Your Tickets & Save the Dates!

Have you decided which Fall and Winter Tokyo Charity Events you will attend? There are so many to choose from, but I highly recommend the following events which have been announced.  Some you can buy tickets now, other are “save the date.”  Attending one or many of these events is a great way to contribute while having fun with new and old friends.

If you have other charity events,  to recommend, please submit here.

Remember to give back, and/or pay it forward. If you are looking to get more involved in a charity by volunteering, then check out all the great opportunities in Tokyo.

Tokyo Charity Events – Get Your Tickets & Save the Date!

CWAJ Print Show

63rd CWAJ Print Show (October 23 – October 27, 2019, Daikanyama, Tokyo)

The CWAJ Print Show is a highly acclaimed and internationally recognized exhibition and sale of contemporary Japanese print art. The 63rd annual juried show and sale will be held at Hillside Forum, a lively gallery space in Daikanyama. This is an unmissable opportunity to see and purchase vital works of print art by artists who hail from all over Japan.

This year’s show will feature over 200 prints by renowned artists, up and comers and first time CWAJ exhibitors. CWAJ will proudly present the winners of The Young Printmaker Award for 2019.
The CWAJ 70th Anniversary Show themed, “Wonder Women!” will also be on display at Hillside Forum with all prints available for purchase.

Year after year CWAJ has hung a dynamic exhibition that encompasses a wide range of styles, themes and techniques such as woodblock, intaglio, lithography and silkscreen. The show is so well loved because many masterpieces by highly regarded, experienced printmakers are shown and sold alongside works by emerging talent. Prices, which are determined by the artists, range from 5,000 to 400,000 JPY.

All proceeds from the Print Show and sale go to CWAJ Scholarship and Fukushima Relief Projects. To date, we have awarded more than 800 scholarships to women who want to further their studies both in Japan and overseas, as well as to female and male students who are visually impaired or want to study nursing in the Fukushima region. Over the years, our scholars have gone on to highly distinguished careers in Japan and abroad.

The College Women’s Association of Japan (CWAJ) is not-for-profit group that promotes Arts, Education, Community and Friendship. This unique, 100% volunteer organization has steadfastly enriched the lives of members, scholarship recipients and the many artists who have contributed to the Print Show.

Do not miss this chance to engage with print art and contemporary print artists and to show your support for a wide range of talented printmakers at the Internationally recognised CWAJ Print Show. Free guided tours are offered twice daily at 11:00 and 2:00. The tours are interesting, informative and there is no obligation to buy.

Hands-on Art, which offers raised images of several prints is offered daily. In addition to guided tours for the sighted, guided tours are also offered for individuals with visual impairment.

A print demonstration by ISHIBASHI Yuichiro will take place Saturday, October 26th at 11:00am and 2:00 pm.

63rd CWAJ Print Show Details

Date: October 23 – October 27, 2019
Time: 11:00 – 18:00 (last day 17:00)
Place: Hillside Forum, Daikanyama, Hilliside Terrace Bldg. F, 18-8 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-Ku
Entrance: Free
Website: www.cwaj.org

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Tokyo Charity Events

Tokyo English Life Line (TELL) – Friday, November 8, 2019  – 24th Anniversary Annual Connoisseurs’ Auction – TELL will again welcome 150 guests to the beautiful Happo-En, with its 17th century garden and koi pond. The theme for this fun-filled charity event will be “Woodstock,” in celebration of its 50th anniversary. We hope you will join us as we unwind in the Summer of ‘69 when we hark back to an era of peace, love, and music. Join us for this “spirited” evening of premier wine tasting, live and silent auctions of connoisseur items, a lavish feast, entertainment, and raffles for fabulous prizes—all for a worthy cause
While times are changing quickly and so many things have come and gone, TELL is still here supporting those in need, thanks to the help our friends. Your support is important now, more than ever, as we see increases youth depression right around the globe, but especially here in Japan. We hope you will join us again this year with our fundraising efforts as we strive to provide a 24-hour crisis support service and fight for zero suicides in Japan.

Dedicated to addressing Japan’s increasing mental health needs since 1973, TELL (http://www.telljp.com) is an accredited non-profit organization that provides confidential support and western-style counseling to the international and internationalized Japanese community through our three core services: the free and anonymous TELL Lifeline, now available in both on the Kanto Plain and in Kansai,  face-to-face support at TELL Counseling, and TELL Outreach programs aimed at helping improve the well-being of individuals in our community.

TELL’s 24th Anniversary Annual Connoisseurs’ Auction Event Details
Date: Friday, November 8th, 2019
Time: 18:00-22:00
Place: At the iconic Happo En – come early and stroll through the 17th century garden
Tickets:  25,000 yen  per guest
Attire: Evening wear – be Bohemian, be inspired! (Details on best dressed prize to come soon!)
Facebook: link
Tickets available at http://tellauction.com/registration/

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Knights in White Lycra (KIWL) –  Is an amateur international sporting group of men & women of all ages and abilities ‘getting fit & giving back’ to raise funds for disadvantaged children in Japan. If you love sport or prefer sedate pursuits, we have an event for you!  ​​Since 2013, KIWL has raised ¥49.4 million (US$440,000) with the help of participants, sponsors, & supporters. 

KIWL – Knights In White Lycra – the multi-sports focused charity fundraising group is once again “Getting Fit & Giving Back” by hosting its 3rd Annual Go-Go Charity Run on Saturday 9 November 2019. This year we support YouMeWe, an NPO dedicated to helping children growing up in institutional homes by preparing them with life skills such as digital literacy and communication skills.

Challenge yourself to either the 55km, 21km or, the new-for-2019, 10km distance. After refreshments and recovery at the finish point, the annual highlight will be a visit to a nearby children’s home for a fun-filled time with the kids living there. Finish up with a dip at a local hot spring, followed by an optional post-run dinner party.

ULTRA/HALF MARATHON: ​Our Go-Go run on Saturday November 9th invites all-comers! Choose the 55km ultra course, the 21km half marathon or the 10km fun run on the safety of the Arakawa river, ending with a welcome party to meet the kids of a care home for whom you are raising funds. This is not a race, simply get from A to B at your own speed and enjoy the love from the children who will benefit greatly from your efforts.

If this is not enough, join one of our intrepid members, David Sweet on a ‘7 Days 7 Marathons’ expedition! His first day will be the Go-Go run, ending a week and 300kms later at a Fukushima children’s home. David hopes others will join all or part of his run.
He also seeks corporate sponsors for his running jersey, and individual donors. If you would like to support him as a fellow runner, sponsor, or donor, please email us or donate here  ​​​
Knights in White Lycra (KIWL) Go Go Run Details
Date:Saturday, November 9th
Area: Arakawa River
Types:10K/21K/55K Run
Donation:Donation is ¥12,000 or US$111 for the 55km and 21km distances and ¥7,000 or US$65 for the 10km. Fee includes a running vest to wear on the day. (Vests only available for sign-ups by 9 October).
Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdfjpcQW6Kxrct_VcxNuVV8nhgnfHIMUgv0U82BStrbjEdTQA/viewform

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Tokyo Charity

Tokyo Run for the Cure®/ Walk for Life – Saturday, November 30th
It’s a great fun time outdoors, so come join us with family, friends, and co-workers to help raise awareness about breast cancer in Japan. We can make a difference together! All proceeds raised will go towards the Foundation’s community outreach programs including The Lemon Project seminars and publication of PiNK, our quarterly bilingual magazine for women’s health.our programs are all developed and carried out free-of-charge to improve the QOL of breast cancer patients and survivors, as well as to raise greater awareness in Japan – both in the Japanese speaking and international communities.

Tokyo Run for the Cure®Details
Date:Saturday, November 30th
Time:9:00  – 13:00  *Time may change*
Venue: Hibiya Park / around the Park and nearby streets
Types:5K/10K Run and 3K Walk *Route / distance may change*
Participation fee:5,000JPY (adults) / 2,500JPY (children 6-12 year-old) / Free (children 5 and below)
Register here: https://rftcjapan.org/en/fundraisers/tokyo-run/tokyo-rftc-wftc-2019-registration/

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