Children and mothers with Mammaru Mom Iwate Mammaru Mom Iwate's gathering for mothers Field visit to Seed for Hope, an organic farm Field visit to Minamisoma Science Lab

WIT

Org #36010 Vetted since 2016 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2011
year founded
$19,865
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Our mission is to collaborate with global citizens in order to scale the impact that social entrepreneurship has on the world. In order to attain the world in which WIT envisions, WIT perceives social entrepreneurs as seeds of change. We identify the differences and bridge the gap between various regions and sectors, while empowering leaders, all working collectively to scale the impact of social entrepreneurship in this world.

Project Leaders
Mio Yamamoto
Mio Yamamoto
Sachiko Otani
Sachiko Otani
Fumie Kobayashi
Fumie Kobayashi
Team
Mio Yamamoto, Sachiko Otani, Yuri Hongo
Organization Information
2-12-3 3rd floor, Yayoi
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo-to 113-0032
Japan
070-6567-0701

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1298233803
Organization Information
2-12-3 3rd floor, Yayoi
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo-to 113-0032
Japan
070-6567-0701

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1298233803

Projects (1)

Project Reports

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Mar 22, 2018
Seven Years of Support for Affected Mothers
Dear our generous donors, Seven years has passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. Yet, many social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders are working tirelessly for the people...
Dec 27, 2017
Fukushima Cross-Border Learning Journey
Dear all, As the holiday season begins, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continuing support for our cause.  In October 2017, twelve leaders from the United States and Japan...
Sep 25, 2017
Fukushima Cross-Border Learning Journey is coming!
In only two weeks, Cross-Border Learning Journey 2017 will begin, and leaders from the US and Japan will meet with social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders in Fukushima, the prefecture heavily hit...
 
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