Nagoya University relief fund raises ¥2.88 million for Noto Earthquake recovery efforts

A fund established by Nagoya University following the Noto Earthquake on January 1st, 2024, has raised ¥2,880,000. The money, donated by those inside and outside of the Nagoya University community, was given to aid organizations on February 26th. It will go towards helping people affected by the earthquake to get back on their feet following the disaster.


Nagoya University Vice President Kenji Kadomatsu (right) making the donation


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