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Tokyo Charity Events – Fall 2018/Winter 2019 – 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.

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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!

tell-connoisseurs-wine-auction-for-web1. Tokyo English Life Line (TELL) – Friday, November 2, 2018  – 23rd Anniversary Annual Connoisseurs’ Auction –  The theme for TELL’s  23rd Annual Connoisseurs’ Auction is Bohemian Rhapsody – Uncorked!   Whether you’re a Queen/Freddie Mercury fan or just feeling flamboyantly Bohemian, 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

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 23rd Anniversary Annual Connoisseurs’ Auction Event Details
Date: Friday, November 2nd, 2018
Time: 18:00-22:00
Place: At the iconic Happo En – come early and stroll through the 17th century garden
Tickets:  20,000 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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CWAJ print show2.  62nd CWAJ Print Show (October 31 – November 4, Daikanyama, Tokyo) – The College Women Association of Japan is holding their 62nd Contemporary Japanese Print Exhibition and Sale.

Since its inception in 1956, the CWAJ Print Show has become a highly acclaimed and internationally recognized event. The 62nd annual juried show and sale will be held for the second time at Hillside Forum, a vibrant, light-filled gallery space in Daikanyama. The 62nd CWAJ Print Show features 221 Prints, most produced after 2016, by renowned artists as well as more than 30 first-time CWAJ Print Show exhibitors. The dynamic exhibition encompasses a wide range of styles, themes and techniques such as woodblock, intaglio, lithography and silkscreen. Prices, which are determined by the artists, range from 8,000 to 400,000 JPY. Emerging talent is well represented in this comprehensive show along with masterpieces by highly regarded, experienced printmakers, including FUKITA Fumiyaki, IWAMI Reika, KOBAYASHI Keisei, KUROSAKI Akira, MORIMURA Rei, SHINODA Toko and YOKOO Tadanori.

The College Women’s Association of Japan (CWAJ) is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization of approximately 450 members from 20 countries. All proceeds from the Print Show and sale go to CWAJ Scholarships and Fukushima Relief Projects. To date, CWAJ has 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.

62nd CWAJ Print Show Details

Date: October 31 – November 4, 2018
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

 

3. A Taste of Volunteering Gala – Saturday, November 10th, 2018

Hands On Tokyo, Tokyo Charity Events

Once a year Hands on Tokyo holds a large fund-raising event which is the November 10th, 2018  A Taste of Volunteering Reception, Live Auction and Raffle.  You are cordially invited to join us for and evening of delicious food, superb wines, exciting auction/raffle items and wonderful company.  With the encouragement and generosity of many, Hands On Tokyo is able to organize our seventh annual fundraising event,  “A Taste for Volunteering 2018” Live Auction and Raffle.

Hands On Tokyo (http://www.handsontokyo.org)  was founded in December 2006 by a group of Japanese and foreign nationals who are committed to making volunteer activities more accessible and committed to accelerating the growth of volunteerism in the Tokyo area. Hands On Tokyo collaborates with many local organizations to encourage senior citizens, revitalize playgrounds, deliver food to the hungry, support people with visual impairment, inspire children in children’s homes, and the list goes on. Overcoming language barriers, we developed a bilingual volunteer clearinghouse so that we can work together for a common purpose.

Hands on Tokyo Event Details
Date: Saturday, November 10th, 2018
Time: Reception: 17:30; Party and sit down-dinner : 19:00 ~
Place: Tokyo American Club
Tickets:  25,000 JPY  per guest
Attire: Black Tie optional
**Reservation Required** however, not taking reservations until later this month
Information available at  www.handsontokyo.org/en/ (If you wish to be seated with your friends who are paying separately, please send us an e-mail at tfv-info@handsontokyo.org)

Registration due by Friday, October 19th
Payment deadline is Friday, October 26th

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4. Room to Read’s 2018 Action for Education – Kick Off (Monday, November 12th, 2018) – Room to Read Japan would like to enlist your support in raisingRoom to Read japan funds or donating to our year-end Action for Education drive. We aim to raise funds for children’s education in Bangladesh, Cambodia and Laos. To kick off the drive, we invite you to join us on November 12th for a unique opportunity to hear a keynote address by Geetha Murali, the CEO of Room to Read.  For every drink you buy, Ark Hills Café will donate 100 yen on your behalf to Room to Read, that’s enough money to fund one high-quality local language book in places where they are most needed.

Room to Read’s 2018 Action Kick-off  Event Details
Date: Monday, November 12th, 2018
Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Place: Ark Hills Café
Tickets: 4,500 yen per person online includes one drink and buffet *Door price will be 5,000 yen per person
Attire: Smart Casual
Buy tickets online: https://actionforeducation2018.peatix.com/

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Room to Read: Meet the CEO & Be Inspired  (Tuesday, November 13th, 2018) 

Join Dr. Geetha Murali, CEO of Room to Read, as she inspires with the story of how Room to Read became a vision for success. Learn from Kaaren Kunze (a mother from Nishimachi International School) who will share how her family visited a Room to Read library in Cambodia.
Room to Read: Meet the CEO Event Details
Date: Tuesday, November 13th, 2018
Time: 9:15 – 11:30am
Place: Azabu Gardens, Club Lounge – West, Moto-Azabu 3-7-5, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Cost: Optional donation of 1,000 yen at the event with proceeds to benefit Room to Read
Attire: Casual

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Tokyo Charity Events, Run for a Cure5. Tokyo Run for the Cure®/ Walk for Life -Saturday, December 8th, 2018
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:December 8th, 2018 (Sat)
Time:9:00  – 13:30  *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/product/tokyo-run-for-the-cure-walk-for-life-2018-registration/

 

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Shine On! Kids, Tokyo Charity Events6. Shine On! Kids Gala, Friday, February 8, 2019–  Shine On! has schedule their annual Gala for Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, at Tokyo American Club. Save the date – more details coming soon.

ShineOn! Kids dedicated to making life better for kids with cancer and other serious illnesses in Japan and their families. Shine On! Kids (formerly The Tyler Foundation) was incorporated as a Non-Profit Organization under the laws of Japan in July 2006 and has been supported entirely by private and corporate donations. The creation of the organization was inspired by the smiles and courage of Mark and Kim Ferris’ son Tyler, who spent much of his short life battling a very difficult-to-cure kind of leukemia. After they lost Tyler, they realized there were many ways to take Tyler’s struggles and their experience and create something positive for families going through what they had endured. While the level of medical treatment in Japan is one of the best in the world, the area of patient support is still relatively undeveloped. The organization hopes to redefine the concept of patient support in Japan to create a complete patient support system: from the moment of diagnosis, throughout treatment and even after discharge from the hospital.

Shine On! Kids Extravaganza Details
Date:  Friday, Feb. 8, 2019
Time: Evening
Place: Tokyo American Club
Tickets: TBD
Attire: TBD
Registration: TBD
Website: http://sokids.org/ and Facebook page

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7. 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. 
Website: https://www.kiwl.net/events.html

KIWL’S UPCOMING EVENTS, SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE…

ROOFTOP FULL MOON PARTY: Eat, drink, and dance for a cause at a top quality rooftop residence in Hiroo on Saturday October 27th, 5-10pm. Up to 6o guests, food provided by Kiwi Kitchen, wine & beer kindly provided by the Hobgoblin, Ikon Europubs and the Japan Wine Challenge. Celebrity DJ Guy Perryman MBE, from Inter FM. E mail to reserve your place in advance, info@kiwl.net Tickets: Adults ¥5,000/Kids ¥1,500 in advance. ¥6,000/¥2,000 on the door. Includes donation and first two drinks free.

ULTRA/HALF MARATHON: Saturday November 10th.  Challenge yourself to our volunteer supported 21km half marathon. Or, if you are an experienced and fit ultra-marathon runner, try the 55km distance. Go to www.kiwl.net/kiwl-go-go-run.html for more details and an entry form.  GOLF DAY: Sunday November 11th.  Our annual golf day is at one of Japan’s top courses in Tochigi. A separate website has been dedicated to this event: www.kkwids.com/ PUB QUIZ: A more sedate way to give back! Exercise your grey matter at our next Quiz Night at the Hobgoblin in Roppongi, Wednesday November 28th. Send us a mail if you want to enter a team! info@kiwl.net  KIWL SANTA RIDE: Cycle 70kms to a children’s home on Saturday December 15th to give presents to the kids. Then, a visit to a local sake brewery and a compulsory train home!

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