TELL Japan


Donate to TELL

A difference is made with each and every call and text answered. 

Your support is part of ensuring that every person gets a chance to be heard in their most difficult times. 

Just ¥2000 a month will help us to be there for those in need by providing specialist suicide prevention training for 1 volunteer every month of the year. Thank you for caring and for making a difference.

Credit Card One-Off Donation (via PayPal) 

One time donation amount
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U.S. DOLLAR DONATIONS: Donations made to TELL through The Global Fund for Mental Health in USD may also earn tax credits in the U.S. At the website for The Global Fund for Mental Health, please indicate that your donation should be directed to support for “Japan” mental health services.


Monthly Reoccurring Donation 

Monthly donation amount
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Various Transfer Donations

Bank Transfer Donation 

Please complete this form if you wish to donate via bank or postal transfer, or email for more options.

Bank Transfer

Mizuho Bank, Aoyama branch

Futsu (Ordinary) 1726399   Account holder: TELL

Postal Transfer

Account No. 00140-4-594119   Account holder: TELL



Donations in kind are always welcome and may be tax-deductible. Bottles of water and energy snacks at the time of the Tower Climb; items for the Connoisseurs’ Auction; and unwanted (but serviceable) IT equipment are just a few examples.

Donations are vital to our mission of making a difference in people’s lives. You can give to TELL, either in cash or in kind. TELL is a certified non-profit organization (nintei NPO), so donations to TELL can be tax deductible in Japan.

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