International medical NGO/JapanHeart Received a donation of 150 million yen from Daiwabo Information System. Received a certificate of appreciation for three consecutive years of support

Authorized NPO Japan Heart
Received a donation of 150 million yen from Daiwabo Information System. Received a certificate of appreciation for three consecutive years of support

Japan Heart (Taito-ku, Tokyo, Chairman: Haruna Yoshioka), a specified non-profit organization engaged in medical support in Japan and overseas, has recently received a donation of 150 million yen from Daiwabo Information System Co., Ltd., one of the largest IT trading companies in Japan. After receiving the money, I presented a letter of appreciation.
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(Left) Haruna Yoshioka (Right) Hiroyuki Matsumoto, President and CEO This is the third donation in three consecutive years, following two previous donations of 100 million yen for “support for medical personnel.”
Until last year, the donation was used for the COVID-19 support project that Japan Heart is working on in Japan, but this year, the organization’s activity is to “deliver medical care to places where medical care cannot reach” both domestically and internationally, including developing countries. This is a general donation.
President Haruna Yoshioka visited the head office in Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka to express gratitude for the continuous support. We presented a letter of appreciation to Mr. Hiroyuki Matsumoto, the president of the company.
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From this fiscal year, Japan Heart employees at overseas medical sites wear uniforms with the Daiwabo Information System logo. This uniform has the logos of a total of 8 companies, including the company, as important partners indispensable for Japan Heart’s activities. used during medical support activities.
[Non-Profit Organization Japan Heart (International Medical NGO)] https://www.japanheart.org/
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A certified NPO that conducts free medical activities in Japan and overseas with the philosophy of “delivering medical care to places where medical care cannot reach”. Since Hideto Yoshioka, a pediatric surgeon, started working alone in Myanmar in 1995, we are currently conducting about 25,000 treatments a year, including advanced medical treatments such as pediatric cancer surgery, in Southeast Asian countries such as Cambodia and Laos. . We also operate an orphanage that provides educational opportunities to underprivileged children such as HIV orphans. In Japan, we carry out a project in which medical personnel accompany families of childhood cancer patients when they go out, dispatch medical personnel to remote islands and remote areas, and provide emergency relief to disaster-stricken areas. As of October 2022, a total of approximately 480 medical teams have been dispatched to more than 200 cluster sites nationwide as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus infectious disease, and 2 million masks and other supplies have been sent to more than 700 medical and welfare institutions nationwide. We continue to donate and provide infection prevention guidance to more than 600 welfare facilities nationwide. The only recipient from Japan of the United Nations UNIATF Award 2020. Received the SDGs Promotion Deputy Director General (Minister of Foreign Affairs) Award at the 5th Japan SDGs Awards. Hideto Yoshioka received the 69th Kan Kikuchi Award.
■Deduction of donation Donations to Japan Heart, a certified NPO corporation, are eligible for tax incentives such as donation deductions, and tax refunds are available upon filing a tax return. For details, please check the URL on the right.
https://www.japanheart.org/donate/receipt/
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000244.000012298.html


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