FIT 2017 Donation Ceremony was held


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The FIT 2017 Donation Ceremony was held at Akasaka Prince Classic House on February 6th, 2018 marking the final event for FIT For Charity Run 2017, which was held on December 10th 2017 around the Meiji-jingu Gaien Course and the Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery.

Sponsors, Supporters, Representatives of Charity Organisations, and FIT For Charity Organising Committee Members attended the event.

In 2017, FIT For Charity Run marked its thirteenth year with 5,549 runners and walkers from 104 financial services and related foreign and domestic firms.

FIT For Charity Run 2017 successfully raised JPY 58,573,300 through the financial support from Sponsor and Supporter firms, participation fees, and goods and services provided by our Donors.

JPY 52,176,000, approximately 89% of the total money raised after deducting expenses, will be donated equally to the eight beneficiary organisations.

The evening opened with a screening of video footage of the December 10 event, after which the FIT 2017 Organising Committee Co-Chairpersons kicked off the donation ceremony with the event’s highlights, followed by presentations from each beneficiary organisation about the planned usage of the donation funds.

Through their presentations, the attendees gained a deeper understanding of the issues that are present in our society and the charities’ efforts in addressing these issues. Each representative also stressed their commitment to make best use of the funds as well as the positive impact the anticipated donations are expected to make.

After a commemorative group photo, participants had time to network and lively discussions ensued among those present. Everyone gathered at the end to toast to a successful closing of FIT For Charity Run 2017.

FIT For Charity Run brings the financial industry together to give back to the community and to build stronger relationships between the participating firms. While raising donation funds is one of the main objectives of the event, it also aims to facilitate positive outcomes for the beneficiary organisations and the benefactors by providing opportunities for both parties to interact with each other.

Although the donation ceremony marks the completion of the annual FIT For Charity Run event operations, key members of the organizing team will continue to facilitate on-going activities, focusing on ways to improve FIT For Charity Run for our beneficiaries, Sponsors, Supporters, runners and volunteers by improving the quality, increasing transparency, and heightening awareness of the event.

Information regarding the 2018 FIT For Charity Run will be posted on this website once confirmed.

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Akasaka Prince Classic House for their kind support in providing the venue, food, and beverage for the donation ceremony.

We are also very grateful to Mr. Murakoshi, Mr. Fukunaga, and LIFE14 for providing photography services, ahoraworks for providing videography services, and Diplomatt Inc. for providing interpretation services during the ceremony.

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