Make a Donation – What You Can Do

Dear Supporters,

Humanitarian Medical Assistance (HuMA) is a non-profit volunteer organization specializing in disaster relief. We are based in Tokyo, Japan and provide medical support globally with our approximately 460 volunteer members of experienced physicians, nurses and logisticians in this specialized field.

Our relief services and contributions to disaster-stricken countries were recognized by receiving the first SAFAR Award (Award of Excellence in Disaster Management) at the World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine in 2007.

HuMA’s mission has been to provide immediate emergency relief and support for the comprehensive medical recovery of the distressed areas in many countries. Our operation also focuses on training our member volunteers to become better-qualified experts dispatched to extend essential support to disaster victims.

We hope to receive the acceptance and cooperation of many people for the objectives of our mission, and we humbly ask our friends and colleagues for financial aid to support our efforts. There is no frequency. Your donation will be used carefully for our projects and will surely be a source of encouragement for the affected populations around the world.

Our current domestic activity is to support for workers not only in the Osaka Corona Critical Care Center as a temporary medical facility to provide treatment and nursing care to critically ill patients but also to Rishiri Island, a remote island in Hokkaido. HuMA is dispatching nurses to the site.

If you would like to help us with our efforts to provide relief to meet the ongoing need of those affected by the unprecedented event, we encourage you to check the following PayPal or bank transfer instructions.

Thank you in advance for your support and friendship.

Kazuhiko Maekawa, MD, PhD
Chairman of the Board, Humanitarian Medical Assistance