March 2012–March 2016
JCIE staff in New York and Tokyo have gathered information from nearly 1,300 American and Japanese organizations, including 707 US nongovernmental organizations, 493 US corporations, 53 of Japan’s leading nonprofit organizations, and 9 Japanese consulates that accepted funds from American donors. Information was collected via telephone, email, and online research to come up with an aggregate total for US giving in response to the 3/11 disaster.
- US Giving in Response to Japan Disaster Nears $750 Million
Five-Year Report | March 2016
- US Giving in Response to Japan Disaster Reaches $737 Million
Four-Year Report | March 2015
- US Giving in Response to Japan Disaster Reaches $730 Million
Three-Year Report | March 2014
- US Giving in Response to Japan Disaster Exceeds $710 Million
Two-Year Report | March 2013
- US Giving in Response to Japan’s March 11 Disaster Exceeds $665 Million
18-Month Report | September 2012
- US Giving in Response to Japan’s March 11 Disaster Tops $630 Million
One-Year Report | March 2012
About Civil Society Monitor
JCIE’s Civil Society Monitor is a unique source of English-language information on the current state of Japan’s nonprofit sector. It seeks to link Japan’s nonprofit sector with the international community by reporting on current events and noteworthy activities and organizations in Japan’s emerging civil society.