Charities we have supported

NADIA    (1,650,000 yen)

NADIA was formed in 2012 after the Great East Japan Earthquake to help rejuvenate disaster-affected communities and individuals in the northeast of Japan. NADIA used donations to support a Soccer Friendly between children from that region and Tokyo. The event helped the children learn virtues associated with sport and grow as young individuals.

Child Fund Pass it Back    (1,500,000 yen)

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Rugby World Cup charity partner ChildFund Pass it Back, which supports children and young people in disadvantaged communities in Laos, Vietnam, the Philippines, Timor-Leste, Cambodia and Japan, using tag rugby to teach children a range of life skills. Asia is home to 60% of the world’s youth. Many children lack the opportunities, knowledge and skills they need to succeed amid rapid change. ChildFund Pass it Back endeavours to inspire change so young people can "pass back” what they learn to their communities.

Very Special Kids    (711,610 yen)

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Very Special Kids provides specialist palliative care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and tailored support for their families – through life, death and bereavement. Very Special Kids is a charity partner of the Victorian Racing Club.

Paralympics Australia    (511,000 yen)

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Paralympics Australia help Australians with disabilities participate in sport and compete at the Paralympic Games through partnerships with governments, business, sporting bodies and the community. Paralympics Australia are responsible for preparing the Australian Paralympic Summer and Winter Teams for the Paralympic Games.  Paralympics Australia believe that participation in sport provides positive social and physical benefits to people with disabilities, and plays an important role in changing community perceptions of people with disabilities.

Japan Red Cross    (200,000 yen)

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Following the Earthquake Centered in the Kumamoto Region of Kumamoto Prefecture 2016, the Carbine Club of Tokyo raised relief money and provided this via the Japan Red Cross Society.