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The Taylor Anderson Memorial Fund

Org #18284
Vetted since 2014 Site Visit Verified
2014
year founded
$230,946
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

The goals of the Taylor Anderson Memorial Fund are: 1. Assist students, schools and families in the Ishinomaki and general Tohoku area recover from the earthquake and tsunami. 2. Pursue Taylor's dream of being a bridge between the U.S. and Japan. 3. Collaborate with other NPO and organizations to enhance Tohoku recovery efforts.

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
Jean Anderson
Jean Anderson
Andy Anderson
Andy Anderson
Team
Mihoko Terada, Erika Wada
Organization Information
Homat Oak #203
2-1-31 Shirokane
Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0072
Japan
090 0861 88018

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #5265578995
Organization Information
Homat Oak #203
2-1-31 Shirokane
Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0072
Japan
090 0861 88018

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #5265578995

Project Reports

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Jul 16, 2019
Summer HS Exchange and Donation Matching Day July 18th
High School Summer Exchange We have six Ishinomaki high school exchange students chaperoned by one of Taylor’s former students visiting Richmond, VA and Washington, DC August 7th to 13th....
Jun 14, 2019
Four Graduating and Six Starting Taylor Scholarship Students with Three to DC for English Immersion
Kato-san, The President of the Sendai YMCA International Hotel and Pastry School, shares the graduation message from Riku, Yuuka, Chiho and Akino who graduated March 7th.  He also shares six...
May 29, 2019
Two New Taylor Bunkos Dedicated, State of Children in Disaster Area Symposium
As the 3000 day anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake passes and Ishinomaki holds their memorial ceremonies we remember all the loved ones lost and resolve to continue to help in the recovery...
 
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