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Operation Blessing Japan

Org #40502
Vetted since 2017 Site Visit Verified
2013
year founded
$199,037
raised on GlobalGiving
6
years fundraising
8
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The mission of Operation Blessing Japan, is to alleviate and break the cycle of human suffering caused by disaster, poverty, crime, war, or other cause, in Japan and other nations.

Project Leaders
Megumi Watanabe
Megumi Watanabe
Donald Thomson
Donald Thomson
Donald Thomson
Donald Thomson
Shigenori Yuge
Shigenori Yuge
Team
Donald R Thomson, Shigenori Yuge, Shizu Yamano, Tomonori Hirai
Organization Information
3F Izumi Excel Bldg.
1-13-4 Izumi Chuo, Izumi Ku
Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken 981-3133
Japan
+81-22-779-6579
Organization Information
3F Izumi Excel Bldg.
1-13-4 Izumi Chuo, Izumi Ku
Sendai Shi, Miyagi Ken 981-3133
Japan
+81-22-779-6579

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Review of the Past Two Years and Looking Forward

By Nanjo Yoshiki | Tokai Region Project Manager

In July of 2021, Atami City in Shizuoka Prefecture witnessed a tragic mudslide that claimed the lives of 28 individuals. It took until just last month for many of the evacuees to finally set foot in... Read the full report ›

Food Drive to Build Better Community in Atami

By Don Thomson | National Director

It has been almost two years since the landslide in Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture triggered by torrential rains. Operation Blessing Japan is working with the local community to provide support. Ahead of... Read the full report ›

Kids Club impacting children following disaster

By Yoshiki Nanjo | Atami Programs Coordinator

In July 2021, a massive mudslide disaster occurred in Izuyama, Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture.Although we have continued our support activities since immediately after the disaster, there are still people... Read the full report ›
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