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Tohoku Children’s Support

To all supporters of the Tyler Foundation,

The earthquake and tsunami that occurred in the Tohoku region on Friday, March 11 has caused severe damage, and its victims include children receiving in and outpatient treatment for a variety of illnesses as well as thousands of children who have been displaced by the disaster and are now experiencing varying degrees of post traumatic stress disorder.

In the Tohoku region, the Tyler Foundation is providing physical and emotional support to pediatric patients and their families, as well as caring for children in the affected communities who need extra psychological encouragement and support.

We aim to provide this very special level of support by:

As always, our projects to support children and families in Tohoku are consistent with our mission of empowering children and improving quality of life while they go through their individual struggles and challenges.

Thank you for your continued support in helping us make this unique and powerful project touch as many lives as possible!

Kimberly Forsythe, President

Please Note:

  • All donation amounts are in Japanese yen (JPY), so please convert accordingly. For people unfamiliar with Japanese yen, here is a currency converter.
  • If PayPal doesn’t work for you, please send money via bank transfer (Japan and US accounts available).


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  3. Kensaku says:

    When I watched devastation caused by huge earthquake and tsunami on TV and on the web, I felt a strong desire to help those who had suffered in the huge disaster and then donated some money to the Japanese Red Cross.
    After that, I had been thinking of what I could do to help them. At that time, Paul told me about this project. I was moved by the purpose of this project and three guys who are concerned about children in Japan and then decided to support them. I believe that the children will make Japan recover. So, I hope they from foreign countries will encourage children in Tohoku.