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We would truly appreciate your continued involvement and support for activities of Peace Boat Disaster Relief (PBV) so that we can continue to help communities affected by disasters around the world. We implement diverse activities for emergency relief and disaster risk reduction training programs in Japan and overseas. Your generous donation will be great support for us to enable carrying out such programs.
If you wish to make project-specific donations for emergency assistance, please indicate the name of project when you make money transfer. We currently accept emergency relief donations for 2019 Typhoons Faxai and Hagibis, COVID-19 and floods in Kyushu,oil spill emergency in Mauritius.


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Option One: Credit Card Donation to PBV



You can make a secure online donation via our Japan-based credit card processing system (translated into English).

For more information about credit card transactions

Cards Acceptedvisa_card / master_card
Cards bearing either of these logos can be used.
Credit Withdrawal DateThe funds will be withdrawn on the same day as all other credit card transactions, as specified by your credit card company.
Number of PaymentsThe amount will be withdrawn in one single payment.
AmountMinimum of 1,000 Japanese Yen, maximum of 100,000 Japanese Yen.
CancellationWe cannot cancel donations after the credit card transaction has been authorized, so please check thoroughly before submitting the donation.
Personal InformationYour personal information will not be passed on to any third parties without prior consent.

Option Two: Donation by Bank Transfer to PBV

Remittances in either US dollars or Japanese yen can be made from overseas banks. The information shown below is required to make a remittance from overseas to our account. Please note that remittances to Japan cannot be made from certain financial institutions. For details, please ask your local bank.

MUFG Bank, Ltd (For donations from overseas)

Bank name MUFG Bank, Ltd.
Branch Takatanobaba
Bank address 3-2-3 Takadanobaba, Shinjukuku, Tokyo, JAPAN
Branch code 053
Account No. USD 0097317 or JPY 0380766
Swift Code BOTKJPJT
Account name PEACEBOAT RELIEF
Beneficiary’s Address 3-13-1-2F-A Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 169-0075, Japan
Beneficiary’s Tel 81-3-3363-7967
Beneficiary’s Fax 81-3-3362-6073

Option Three: Donation by Postal Transfer to PBV (郵便振替)

If you are based in Japan, you may find it more convenient to send your donation from post office. PBV accepts donations via postal transfer too. The following details is required for the transaction.

Postal Transfer (For donors based in Japan)

Payee Name 社)ピースボート災害支援センター or IPPAN SHADAN HOUJIN PI-SUBO-TO SAIGAI SHIENSENTA-
Payee Account Number 00120-9- 488841

Option Four: Donation to Peace Boat US (US-based)

You can make a secure online donation via PayPal through our New York-based associated organization Peace Boat US, which is a 501(c)3 registered organization in the United States. Please select “General Purpose Donation” on the Peace Boat US website and notify them of the PBV’s project you would like to support.


Option Five: Donation to PBV through Benevity


PBV is registered as a charity on Benevity, a global provider of corporate social responsibility platform. If your enterprise is registered as a client to Benevity, you may want to select this option to make your donation as a part of the philanthropy program of your company. Please visit the Benevity website for details.

Option Six: Donation to PBV through Alaya


PVB is now on Alaya, a digital platform that helps companies engage employees and make an impact on today’s social and environmental challenges. If you are working at one of Alaya’s corporate partners, find PBV and start your contribution to disaster relief today! Visit Alaya website for more information. 

*Please note: there are cases where 1) Up to 15% of the donations may be used to cover PBV’s administration expenses; and 2) in case donations exceeding required expenses for the designated relief project is raised, the remaining donations may be used to support the relief projects in the future.

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