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promote an Earth-friendly lifestyle.

About 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake Disaster
The 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes are a series of earthquakes, including a magnitude 7.0 mainshock which struck on April 16, 2016 beneath Kumamoto City of Kumamoto Prefecture in Kyushu Region, Japan and a foreshock earthquake with a magnitude 6.2 at on April 14, 2016. Tens of thousands of people on Japan’s southern island of Kyushu were living in temporary shelters. Over 110,000 people were taking refuge at temporary shelters in Kumamoto Prefecture.

About 2016 Ecuador Earthquake Disaster
The 2016 Ecuador earthquake occurred on April 16 with a moment magnitude of 7.8. The quake, Ecuador's worst in decades, destroyed or damaged about 1,500 buildings, triggered mudslides and left some 20,500 people sleeping in shelters, according to the government. President declared a state of emergency; 13,500 military personnel and police officers were dispatched for recovery operations.
100% of your donation will be used to help the victims of the Kumamoto and Ecuador Earthquake


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04-20-2016 Donate to help the victims of the recent 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake and 2016 Equador Earthquake
03-28-2016 Nia Lyte to lecture about globalization before hundreds of Japanese youth and adults in Kagoshima, Japan
03-22-2016 Nia Lyte to judge hundreds of Japanese students at the Okayama Governor's English Speech Contest in Okayama, Japan
01-07-2016 KIF Japan and US Embassy Tokyo to co-host an event, lectured by Douglas Montgomery, a V.P. of the Warner Bros. in Tokyo
01-02-2016 Nia Lyte to speak about sustainable peace before world leaders for a United Nations' NGO at the Washington Times, in D.C.
   
   
   

1000 Ways To Give™
1000 Ways To Give™ is a program of the KIF America. The program provides international assistance which connects people with the resources they desperately need. Specifially, underrepresented and underprivileged individuals and families are assisted though this program.
Disaster Relief Fund
Disaster Relief Fund manages the fund that collects and distributes relief funds, goods and supplies for the benefit of victims of natural disasters. In response to the physically and spiritually devastating earthquake and the subsequent tsunami that struck the Tohoku region of Japan on March 11, 2011, DRF raised funds which were distributed to victims in disaster areas.
Martial Arts Scholarship
Martial Arts Scholarship is a program of the KIF America designed to provide youth and children between the ages of 12 and 24 the necessary funds so they can pursue training in the martial arts as a means to cultivate self-discipline, improve their health, and learn respect, honor and courtesy. MAS offers two initiatives, grants and an International Martial Arts Exchange Program.
United States Martial Arts Festival
United States Martial Arts Festival is a charitable martial arts performance event that brings fans and different styles of martial artists from around the world together in an effort to support and promote respect among the various international communities and their arts, cultures and sports. The funds raised in the event fully go to fund its program and the Martial Arts Scholarship program to help youth train in the private martial arts schools.


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