The most recent call for donations comes for the Relief Project in Japan following the devestation of the recent earthquake, tsunami, nuclear accident, and threat of radiation. Members of AJAJ have joined with the Japanese Sandplay Association to provide ongoing relief and to training relief workers as needed. Secure online donations can be made through the Fund Raising non-profit organization in North Caolina: "Foundation C.G. Jung Institutes for alumni, supporters, and friends."
Other requests will appear in this category or folder in response to catastrophic events, specific project related fund raising, fund raising performances, etc.
JoAnn Culbert-Koehn (CGJILA), Chair of IAAP Fund Raising Sub-Committee, is overseeing and guiding the appeal for donations from IAAP members and others. U.S. residents are able to make donations that are tax-free via the internet; all others may make donations to the Japanese trauma-relief team of analysts, candidates, and students by donating money to this cause via the IAAP treasury. Details are including in the letter available here. You may direct e-mail with questions or suggestions to JoAnn Culbert-Koehn
This document is a report on the current situation in Japan by Toshio Kawai, Vice President of AJAJ, and a request for support in the efforts of AJAJ analysts and the Japanese Sandplay Association in their efforts to provide ongoing relief to those suffering from the trauma of the recent earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear radiation.
Analysts, candidates and students are committed to ongoing direct support in addition to supervision and training that is being provided to other working with the victims of trauma.
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