Ishikawa Noto Peninsula Earthquake Relief Fund

Photo:AAR Japan[難民を助ける会]


We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the victims of the earthquake that struck the Noto Peninsula region of Ishikawa Prefecture on January 1, 2024.

GPW / WisH started a fund-raising campaign to support the affected people and their families.

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  • Period: 1st round of donations - January 5th - 18th 
  • Application: Please fill out the "Donation Form" below to help us track donors and the amount.
  • Donate from here:

Do not forget to enter a warm message for the affected families on the form!

*After the first round of donations is completed, a second and third round of donations will be accepted once we have a concrete understanding of the demand on the ground.
**The collected donations will be used to provide direct material support to the families of the victims, to fund the activities of our staff members who will go directly to the affected areas to volunteer, and to donate a part of the donations to AAR Japan and other support organizations to help the affected areas.

About Noto Peninsula Earthquake

The Noto Peninsula is located on the Sea of Japan side in the center of the Japanese archipelago and is the largest peninsula in Japan.

The rich nature of the mountains and the sea, as well as the beauty of the local culture, festivals, and traditions, make it a popular tourist destination.

※Photo by 能登半島石川県観光情報サイト

On January 1, 2024, in the mood to celebrate the New Year, a massive earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6 on the Richter scale and a maximum intensity of 7 occurred off the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture. Tsunamis and fires were also triggered, claiming many victims. Even now, collapsed roads, debris, and landslides have blocked roads, and rescue operations are still ineffective. The Noto Peninsula has a bitterly cold winter, and the victims are forced to live in shelters suffering from cold and hunger. The earthquake has left more than 90 dead and 200 missing (as of January 5), and rescue efforts by the Self-Defense Forces and police are still underway.

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Thank you for your support.

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Hosted by: NPO法人WisH, Global Peace Women, Sunshine Family Volunteers