The Japan Chernobyl Foundation (JCF)
The Japan Chernobyl Foundation (JCF), an officially-approved Japanese Non-Profit Organization (NPO), is collecting donations to help victims of the Japan earthquake and nuclear accident. JCF was established in 1991 to provide aid, largely through medical treatment, in areas that were affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986. Since that accident, many children with leukemia and other illnesses have been unable to receive sufficient medical care, due in part to serious economic trouble; many have also died from infectious disease due to poor hygiene. JCF, working closely with doctors in the affected areas, and in cooperation with medical professionals from Shinshu University and other institutions, has been involved in many humanitarian projects. In 2004, JCF expanded its support to include Iraq, a country that has seen a sharp increase in leukemia cases since the Gulf War. Subsequent economic sanctions and armed conflict in that region have led to shortages in medical care and to the loss of life.
Please consider making a donation to help victims of the earthquake and nuclear accident in Japan. To send donations by postal transfer, please use the following information:
Japan Postal Account Number： 00560-5-43020
Postal Account Name: “Nihon Chernobyl Rentai Kikin” (JCF)
Remarks: For victims of the Japan earthquake and nuclear accident
For internet banking or via other financial institutions, please add the following information:
Japan Post Bank (Yuucho Ginkou)
Account Number: 0043020
Because JCF has been granted NPO status by the Japanese National Tax Agency, a portion of your donation may also qualify as a tax-deductible gift in Japan. For further details, please see the JCF Japanese-language website.
For further information, please write to
Japan Chernobyl Foundation (JCF)
2-12-12 Asama Onsen
Matsumoto, Nagano 390-0303 JAPAN