UU Fund record

Harch’s donation project “UU Fund” is an initiative to donate 0.1 yen per UU (unique user) of Harch’s web media to NPOs. Here are our achievements to date.


The total number of organizations

The total amount of donation

Donated organizations in the fiscal year 2020

  • SIIF
  • Engao
  • Kukuru
  • Japan Succession Donation Association
  • Art de vivre
  • Kizuna Mail Project
  • SET
  • Tanada Network
  • Multicultural Center Tokyo
  • Chuo Ward Forest Supporters
  • Japan Fundraising Association
  • Forest kindergarten Japan Network Federation
  • Re Job Osaka
  • Kanagawa Midori Trust Foundation
  • WWF Japan
  • EducationA³
  • Kamakura Terakoya
  • Second Harvest Japan
  • Tokyo English suicide hotline
  • Homedoor
  • Rescued cat cafe Tamayura
  • Mikasa city, Hokkaido
  • Minna Sora no Shita
  • Segasaki elementary school

(Listed in random order)


Terrace tables and chairs for local seniors purchased with our donation

Engao is a non-profit organization with a vision of “Creating a society where everyone can feel the connection with others” and working on preventing and addressing the isolation problem of elderly people in various areas. Their approach is to give elderly people roles to play in local communities and ask young students to support them. They purchased terrace tables and chairs to make a cozy place for local people to get together.

[Reference] Turning isolated elderly people into local players. Engao’s community building to make everyone thrive.

Minna Sora no Shita

Minna Sora no Shita is a non-profit organization located at Kyoto that provides safe spaces for mothers and children who experienced the Fukushima disaster. At one of their iconic activities called “Yochien Ryugaku,” they invite mothers and children from Fukushima to the kindergarten in Kyoto and give them an opportunity to stay three weeks there. In a safe environment, children can play to the full while mothers can be free from worries about the health effects of radiation and enjoy the time with children.

[Reference] “We got a mental charm” Yochien Ryugaku that supports mothers and children in Fukushima