Activities Report

A Message from the Ultraman Foundation

Tomorrow marks ten years since the Great East Japan earthquake that occurred on March 11.
Thanks to all of your generous support, the Ultraman Foundation has continued its activities since it was established in March 2011.

To support our children, who are our irreplaceable hope for a bright new future, the Ultraman Foundation sends Ultra Heroes to visit children in need at nursery schools, kindergartens, and orphanages in areas struck by disaster, as well as children’s hospitals.
As part of the “Stay At Home With Ultraman” project carried out during the 2020 novel coronavirus outbreak, the Ultraman Foundation released some of the very best episodes from the Ultraman series and created original videos, including content to help children during the stay-at-home period and messages from our heroes.
Now, starting on March 10 the “Special Spring Campaign: Ultra Selection 10” will be released weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays.
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Thanks to the kindness of everyone who has donated, we have been able to bring smiles to countless children’s faces over the past ten years of activity.
We believe that these children’s smiles are not only our irreplaceable hope for the future, but the future itself. It is our belief that the fun and relaxing time children spend with our heroes is a natural opportunity for them to imagine their hopes and dreams for the future, and the Ultraman Foundation will continue to act as a bridge between children in need of support and those who wish to help them.

We thank you for your continued support.

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【Our Main Activities So Far】

2011~2015: Activities in areas affected by the Great East Japan earthquake
・Visits to disaster areas (Miyagi, Iwate, Fukushima, Chiba)
・“Hero Caravan – Light the Hearts of Children – 78 Places in Tohoku ” (Miyagi, Iwate, Fukushima, Yamagata, Ibaraki)
・Donations to charities related to children in Tohoku prefectures (Miyagi, Iwate, Fukushima)
・Donation of minibuses for commuting to schools and nurseries (Miyagi, Iwate, Fukushima)
・Visits to orphanages and children’s hospitals in the Tohoku area (Iwate)

2015~2016: Activities in areas affected by the Kanto/Tohoku flooding
・Visits to the disaster area (Ibaraki)

2016: Activities in areas affected by the Kumamoto earthquake
・Visits to the disaster area (Kumamoto)
・Donations to Kumamoto prefecture and Kumamoto city

2016: Activities in areas affected by the Tottori earthquake
・Visits to the disaster area (Tottori)

2016: Visits to children’s hospitals (Tokyo)

2017: Visits to children’s hospitals and facilities in the Tohoku area (Fukushima, Miyagi)

2017: Activities in areas affected by the July flooding in northern Kyushu
・Visits to the disaster area (Fukuoka)

2017~2018: The Ultra Dream Project
・Visits to 54 children’s homes across the country, with donations of equipment for each facility
・Visits to schools for children with disabilities (Saitama)

2018: Activities in areas affected by the July flooding
・Visits to the disaster area (Ehime, Hiroshima, Okayama)

2019: Activities in areas affected by the eastern Iburi Hokkaido earthquake
・Visits to the disaster area (Hokkaido)
・Visits to children’s hospitals (Hokkaido)

2020: Activities in areas affected by the Boso Peninsula and East Japan typhoons
・Visits to the disaster area (Tochigi, Chiba, Fukushima, Miyagi)

2020: Activities during the stay-at-home period due to the coronavirus
・The ”Stay At Home With Ultraman” project
・Release of original video content (“Ultraman Exercise”; fingerplay songs “The Ultraman from First Street” and “Rock, Paper, Scissors”; “Message from the Ultra Heroes: SPECIAL LIVE MOVIE”; “Smiling Exercise”)

2021: Activities for staying at home
・Special Spring Campaign: Ultra Selection 10 (Available for free until April 25)

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