2015 annual report completed.

The 2015 Annual Report includes articles on the new grant recipients this year, AsMama Inc. and NPO Hattatsu-Wankpaku-Kai. You can read about their efforts to find solutions for social issues and hear from both organizations about JVPF's managerial support as well. In addition, there are updates on the current activities of the existing grant recipients, After School and Teach for Japan.

You can download the annual report from the following link. Please take a look.


The Japan Venture Philanthropy Fund will hold a briefing on the year 2015 on June 29

On this day, there will be annual reports on the grant recipients, a panel discussion for pro-bono partners and funding supporters, and so on. Please come and join us.                                                                                                    

■Date and Time: Wednesday June 29, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

■Place: The Nippon Foundation Building, 2nd Floor Main Conference Room

■To request attendance: Please submit applications via the following URL.

Press release concerning the funding for NPO Wanpaku-Hattatsu-Kai

A press release on the decision to fund NPO Wanpaku-Hattatsu-Kai, a special
non-profit corporation doing rehabilitation and operating classrooms for
children with development disabilities and consulting, has been issued.
This marks the fourth project for the Japan Venture Philanthropy Fund.

Please have a look.

Press release published concerning the funding of AsMama, Inc.

A press release was published concerning the decision to fund AsMama, Inc. This will be the third funding project of the Japan Venture Philanthropy Fund, and the first done in an investment and lending form.

2014 annual report completed.

The 2014 annual report has been completed. It includes round table discussions amongst JVPF members and representatives of funded organizations, the 2014 KPI results of "Hokago NPO After School", and more, giving this report a different nuance than the 2013 report. An introduction to the activities of Teach For Japan, a newly funded organization from December 2014, is also in-cluded.
The report can be downloaded from the URL below.


[Organizations chosen] Organizations to be funded by the Japan Venture Philanthropy Fund (JVPF) have been chosen.

"Teach For Japan", which works toward the goal of improving children's learning environments, solving educational issues, and cultivating young people's leadership skills, has been chosen for 3 years of support funding starting in January 2015.

■Funding period: 3 years (January 2015 - December 2017)
■Aid amount: ¥ 30 million
■Funding goals: ①To expand dispatch and quality of Fellows ②To visualize and transmit deliverables ③To strengthen political advocacy
*See the following for details. http://www.jvpf.jp/target/

Japan Venture Philanthropy Fund Annual Report 2013

In 2013, we could make a start on our activities to select the first grant recipient with your kind support.
The report covers wide range of topics including the facts about Japan's social investment sector and informations on "After school," our first grant recipient.
It would be our pleasure if you could read the report by downloading from the website below.
JVPF ANNUAL REPORT 2013 for_web.pdf

[Event Information] Annual Gathering Held on December 10

The Japan Venture Philanthropy Fund held its Annual Gathering on Tuesday, December 10, at The Classica Tokyo in Roppongi. Read more…

Tomoya Shiraishi Appears at the 5th Commons Social Entrepreneurship Forum October 7, 2013

On Oct. 5, CEO of Social Investment Partners, Tomoya Shiraishi, spoke at the 5th Commons Social Entrepreneurship Forum. To watch the video of his talk, click the link below.

Commons Asset Management, Inc.

Social Investment Partners Appears in Nikkei Business (08/26/2013)

CEO of Social Investment Partners, Tomoya Shiraishi, appeared in the interview series called Kishutachi no Aria in Nikkei Business, with the title, "Revolutionist of Business Investment and Consultation" (August 26, 2013).

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