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Post-3/11 Support Activities
Post-3/11 Support Activities

updated March, 2016

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Nissan has worked to fulfill the dreams of many children in disaster areas, helping them regain their smiles, and grow into adults who can take responsibility for the future of their communities.

2015

  • “Nissan President Fund” Restoring Hope to Children in Disaster Areas.Ongoing
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2013

  • Teaching Craftsmanship with Digital ToolsActivity Ended
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2011

  • Support Activities in Collaboration with Yokohama F. MarinosActivity Ended
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  • “Monozukuri Caravan” Program in Schools in Fukushima PrefectureActivity Ended
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Leveraging our strength as a car company, Nissan supports various programs through vehicle donations.

2015

  • Donation of e-NV200 to Iwaki OtentoSUN Enterprise Cooperative
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2014

  • “NV200 VANETTE” Vehicles Donated to Eight Towns in Futaba District, Fukushima Prefecture
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2011

  • Nissan LEAF Assists in Disaster Areas with Gas ShortagesActivity Ended
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  • Donated “PATROL” Vehicle to NGOActivity Ended
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  • Nissan Donates Two Vehicles to the Iwate Mobile Library ProjectActivity Ended
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  • Donated “Civilian” model bus in cooperation with “Beauty Bus” project “Hairdressers for Hope”Activity Ended
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On the day of the earthquake, March 11, Nissan made the decision to provide immediate donations to support initial emergency assistance activities by NGO members of the Japan Platform organization.

During this initial stage, Nissan made the following contributions:

 NGOs in the Japan Platform organization: 30 million yen
 Reconstruction funds, Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture: 10 million yen
 Employee donations to the Japanese Red Cross Society were matched by Nissan for a total of
  approximately 63 million yen
 Designated fund of the Japanese Red Cross Society: 59 million yen

Further donations were received from many employees who conducted fundraising activities at domestic affiliates, overseas operating companies and at our alliance partner Renault.

There were also many messages of encouragement sent to disaster areas, including large cards signed by groups and 1,000 origami cranes from overseas locations.


Donations came not only from inside the company, but were also made by many visitors to the Nissan HQ Gallery in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture. Nissan also set up donation boxes at dealerships nationwide, and many customers entrusted us with these contributions.

The full amount collected at all these locations was donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society.

We believe that it is important for employees to participate in the reconstruction of disaster areas, so we have organized volunteer activities every year. Since 2011, approximately 1,200 Nissan employees have volunteered.

2015

  • Reconstruction Work in Hirono-Cho, Fukushima PrefectureActivity Ended
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2011

  • Employees of Nissan R&D Department Volunteer for Reconstruction WorkActivity Ended
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Nissan supports the mission of disaster relief in many other ways.

2015

  • Support for Disaster Relief Program by Vocal Group “Circus”Activity Ended
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2012

2011

  • Donation of Emergency Food, Water and Daily EssentialsActivity Ended
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