Charity Support

Giving Back

Throughout the year, the Tokyo Canadians Hockey Club hold various fundraising functions, and donate a portion of the proceeds to charity.

In recent years, the team has made donations to Seeing is Believing, the YMCA Foreign Community Supporting Commitee, the Tokyo International Learning Center, and to the Father Joe Meier Human Development Centre in Bangkok, Thailand (since 1997).

Most recently the TCHC, the Tohoku Freeblades, and NADIA, an NGO which was founded in response to the disaster that began on March 11, 2011, have agreed to join forces to accelerate recovery efforts for the people and children of the Tohoku region. A partnership between TCHC, Xebio and the Tohoku Free Blades will develop charity events based around hockey and sportsmanship with a view to further strengthening the bonds this has forged between Canadians living in Japan and our Japanese hosts.

The team takes this role seriously, takes pride in being to help out whenever possible, and strives to provide support to organizations who help others.

We hope to continue our support of these worthy institutions and possibly add others to the list in years to come.


Tokyo Canadians Hockey Club and Smile and Dream held charity tournament at Shin-Yokohama in September, 2011. Below is the statement by TCHC and the Smile and Dream:

Junior Hockey team in Ishinomaki has lost their home rink by devastating Tsunami hit on Ishinomaki. Most of kids in team lost their family or friends by this tsunami, and are forced to live in stressful environments.
The TCHC collabolated with Smile and Dream to open a friendly tournament, whose goal wass to give these kids to get away from the all the stress, and same time provide them an opportunity to play the sports they love with buddies in team again.
Hopefully these activity will give some hope to continue playing the hockey in future. At same time, we will be raise the funds at this event to donate to directly to the rink to help them back to playing hockey in their home town.

Detail in Japanese can be found here


In 2011, after the tsunami hit Tohoku, Japan on the March 11th, the TCHC raised more than 1,000,000 yen worth of cash and goods for a donation to those affected in northern Japan. Many players also participated the volunteering cities like Ishinomaki, Sendai, or Watari.

Some details can be found here.

For some pictures from the Tohoku volunteering, visit the gallary.


In January 2005, the Tokyo Canadians raised 300,000 yen for a donation to the Red Cross Thailand, in support of their tsunami relief efforts.  


Tokyo Canadians Hockey Club and friends participating in the Terry Fox Run in Tokyo, 2007. The team raised close to 300,000 yen for cancer reserch.


Some of the Tokyo Canadian players take a pre-race photo with their runner.

The 2004 Northwest Airlines Charity Hockey Tournament raised 200,000 yen for donation to the YMCA Foreign Community Supporting Committee. The YMCA-FCSC are key contributors for the YMCA Challenged Children Camps, Youth Leadership Projects, and other related activities for children in need.

Greg Hurnall of the YMCA presents a Letter of Appreciation to Tokyo Canadians President Jason Young. On hand are Nick Masee from tournament sponsor Premier Worldwide Movers, and 10 Scott McCaskie.


TCHC has partnered with these organizations.
Team NADIA, a non-profit organization based in Tokyo Japan, that was founded in response to the disaster that began on March 11, 2011.  
Father Joe Meier Human Development Centre in Bangkok, Thailand
Tokyo International Learning Center
Seeing is Believing
YMCA Foreign Community Supporting Commitee






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