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Please fill out the following form if you have been displaced from your home because of the recent...

Mission

Opening hearts. Opening homes.

Over 450,000 people have been displaced from their homes in Japan. We need your help! The mission...

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Mayor Arakawa

In light of thousands of people having lost their homes and some even having lost their entire...

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Transportation, food and clothing are the primary needs and most will not have any personal...

  • TAI in the News: CNN Story

    “I have a bundle of different emotions, sadness, I’m excited, I’m anxious, and I’m thrilled to be able to meet my family that I’m hosting,” said Aloha Initiative co-founder Lynn Araki-Regan.

    Posted on July 17, 2011 Comments Off

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  • Corporate Partners

    Transportation, food and clothing are the primary needs and most will not have any personal belongings. Here is how you can help

    Posted on March 16, 2011 Comments Off

  • Mayor Arakawa

    In light of thousands of people having lost their homes and some even having lost their entire families, we are reaching out to people who are willing to open their hearts and their homes. Please take a moment to learn more about this powerful program and help us spread the spirit of Aloha. While monetary support is critical, we must also consider the importance of mental support for the survivors. For that reason, my family and I are helping to support this new initiative.

    Posted on March 19, 2011 Comments Off

  • Survivors face long wait to go home

      Japan tsunami survivors face long wait to go home By TODD PITMAN, Associated PressMon Mar 21, 8:04 am ET RIKUZENTAKATA, Japan – Yukiko Yamaguchi wants to go home. But like more than 400,000 others staying in shelters since a powerful tsunami plowed through their homes 10 days ago, the 73-year-old has no idea when she’ll be able to.  Read more »

    Posted on March 22, 2011 0 comments
  • Sympathy for Japan, and Admiration

    “Americans see themselves as in confrontation with nature, taming it. In contrast, the Japanese conception is that humans are simply one part of nature, riding its tides — including many, many earthquakes throughout history… I find something noble and courageous in Japan’s resilience and perseverance, and it will be on display in the coming days..”

    Posted on March 19, 2011 Comments Off