NZ Earthquake Fundraising Opportunity in Fukushima (March 2011)

NZ Earthquake Disaster One World Fundraising Activity

When: March 12(Sat)& March 13(Sun)11am ~ 3pm(take turns in shifts)

Where: Fukushima City (around the station)

Who: JET CIRs, JET ALTs, Fukushima University Students, Goodwill Diplomats.

Purpose: Raise money for the people affected by the Christchurch Earthquake

The earthquake disaster in Christchurch has caused widespread damage throughout the city and surrounding areas resulting in a large number of victims, and heavy losses to New Zealand.  There are a number of people from New Zealand in the JET community, and with your help we’d like to offer what support we can to the victims of this disaster.  This fundraising event is being organized and run by the CIRs (Jessica & Kevin), and we’d like to get as many volunteers from the JET community and from Fukushima University as possible.  All money raised will be donated directly to disaster relief efforts (New Zealand Red Cross 2011 Earthquake Appeal)



  • The stars indicate donation collection posts
  • Each station will have at least 2 people collecting donations
  • People will swap shifts every hour
  • Aim to have at least one CIR/ALT & one Fukushima University Student at each post


Earthquake = Magnitude of 6.3

Confirmed casualties number 113 people

More than 228 people missing

For more information please contact Jess ( or Kevin (

You can find a Japanese translation of the event information below as well:


NZ地震 One World募金活動

When: 3月12日(土)& 3月13日(日)午前11時~午後15時(休憩はシフト制)

Where: 福島市内(駅の周辺)

Who: 県の国際交流員、JETの先生達、福大生、友好外交官

What do we need: ポスター、チラシ、募金ボックス

Purpose: ニュージーランドの大地震に被害された人々のために、募金活動を行う。


今回ニュージーランドの大地震により、被害者の数も多く、ビルも崩壊され、国の損失は数えないほど多いようだ。私達JETの中にニュージーランド出身の参加者もいるので、皆の協力で少しでもニュージーランドの力になりたい。今回のイベントは県国際交流員二人(ジェシカ&ケビン)の主催で、ALTたちと福大生を加え、募金イベントを行いたいと思う。募金した金額は全てニュージーランドの災害を救援するためのものである。(New Zealand Red Cross 2011 Earthquake Appeal)


  • スターは五つのステーションの配置。
  • 各ステーションは2人組で、募金を行う。
  • 1時間に1回交代する。
  • CIR/ALTの一人と福大生の一人をグループにする。


Magnitude of 6.3

Casualty at 113 people

More than 228 people missing

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