• NPO・NGO支援 / 社会課題解決事業



We collaborate with NGOs/NPOs and other organizations beyond the scope of consulting services to engage in Social Impact Projects. We are dedicated to addressing societal issues and working towards their resolution.

  • Pro bono Activities
  • Donations

More than 10%*1 of our yearly average working hours are dedicated as pro bono.

Our members engage in pro bono consulting to solve social issues for various social contribution organizations (NGOs/NPOs, Public Interest Organizations, etc.). Our members are also deeply involved in the activities of numerous NGOs/NPOs as board members and executive directors.
*1 Including employees on secondment to NPOs (FY2021 results: 18%)
Certified NPO ACE

Certified NPO ACE

Elimination of Child Labor
Support and advocacy projects for children and youth

Since 2016 and up to the present, we have been collaborating through various means, including pro bono activities. Currently, our Representative, Keisuke Hanyuda, serves as a board member. Since 2018, we have been supporting initiatives for Rule Making aimed at eradicating child labor worldwide, specifically the “Child Labor Free Zone” campaign. In 2020, we jointly published “Child Labor White Paper 2020 – Business and Child Labor”. We continue to collaborate in various collaborations to drive progress in the abolition of child labor and promote human rights initiatives within Japanese businesses.
Ethical Association of Japan

Ethical Association of Japan

Promoting Ethical Values
Certification Programs, Educational Material Planning, Event and Seminar Activities

Since 2018, we have been collaborating in various ways, including pro bono activities, and our Representative, Keisuke Hanyuda, and Principal, Asuna Okubo, being assigned as board members. We have provided support in areas such as exploring operational improvements, developing business plans, and assisting with organizational management. We have continued our broad collaboration, including the support for the writing of “Ethical White Paper 2022-2023”, which deeply investigates and analyzes the current state of ethical consumption in Japan in 2022.
Certified NPO Fairtrade Label Japan

Certified NPO Fairtrade Label Japan

Solving Human Rights and Environmental Issues through Fairtrade
Licensing of International Fairtrade Certification Labels, awareness-raising activities, etc.

Since 2018 and up to the present, we have been collaborating through various means, including pro bono activities. Since 2021, our team member Maiko Shiozaki has been serving as the Executive Director, Our Representative, Keisuke Hanyuda, participates as a board member, and Komomo Tamba and Lisa Wakabayashi participate as advisors, supporting organizational management, public relations activities, and strengthening corporate involvement. We continue to collaborate in the expansion of fair trade, which addresses a wide range of human rights issues such as child labor and poverty in the supply chain, as well as environmental issues including climate change.


Realization of a society where everyone can unleash their abilities
Supporting Programs for Young Creators, Planning and Operation of Student Dormitories, etc.

Since 2018, LEGIKA has been engaged in messaging and design services that bring out the latent potential of companies and organizations, translating them into creative expressions. In Addition, LEGIKA conducts community design projects that aim to develop the capabilities of young creators and students through the planning and operation of new communities. Since 2018, we have assisted with branding strategy and business planning, and currently, our Principal, Ayumi Yamori, serves as a board member, leading initiatives to enhance public relations capabilities.
General Incorporated Association Welcome Japan

General Incorporated Association Welcome Japan

Building an Inclusive Society through Refugee Inclusion
Support for Multi-Sector Collaboration

Welcome Japan was established in 2022 as an intermediary support organization to accelerate multi-sectoral cooperation in Japan with the aim to build a society in which people with refugee backgrounds living in Japan can fully demonstrate their abilities and play an active role. The organization consists of members from various sectors in the public, private, and academic domains. Welcome Japan actively engage in subcommittee activities focused on promoting social inclusion of refugees and aim to establish mechanisms that enable diverse talents to be matched with individuals and organizations in need. Our Representative, Keisuke Hanyuda, serves as an advisor, and Komomo Tamba serves as a founding member to drive the initiatives.
Welcome Japan also publishes books and reports in collaboration with other companies and organizations, and sponsor campaigns and events, utilizing the research and analytical skills of our strategic consultants.


  • “Child Labor White Paper 2020: Business and Child Labor”

    Published at the end of 2020 in collaboration between the certified NPO ACE and Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting LLC, this publication aims to provide systematic information on child labor. It investigates the current situation of child labor worldwide, risks and responses from the business sector, and the efforts of governments, international organizations, and NGOs. All of the findings were compiled into the Child Labor White Paper, making it the first comprehensive and systematic report on child labor in Japan.

  • Ethical White Paper 2022-2023

    We contributed to the writing of the first-ever “Ethical White Paper” in Japan, published by the Ethical Association of Japan. The white paper aims to cater to a wide range of readers, from individuals and professionals who have had little exposure to ethical practices to experts who have already been actively involved.

  • Welcome Japan Research Report: “Research and Recommendations on People with Refugee Backgrounds Living in Japan”

    We collaborated with Welcome Japan to co-author a groundbreaking report that can be considered the first of its kind in Japan. This report investigates a wide range of challenges faced by individuals with a refugee background living in Japan, without limiting it to specific ethnic groups or residence statuses.

Cooperation and Sponsorship

  • JICA Sustainable Cacao Platform in Developing Countries (2022/ Supporting Collaboration and Membership)
  • Fairtrade Million Action Campaign Gold Partner (2021-2022/Sponsorship)
  • TED×ICU Premium Sponsor (2021-2022/Sponsorship)
  • Ethical Association in Japan Special Talk Event as part of the publication of “Ethical White Paper 2022-2023” (2022/Speaker and Sponsor)
  • Asahi Shimbun × ACE “Child Labor Abolition Day” Front-page Advertising Campaign and Seminar (2021/Speaker and Sponsor)
  • HAPIC2021 organized by JANIC (Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation) (2021/Supporting Partner)

Other Major Collaboration Partners

More than 10% of our net profit are dedicated to the non-profit sector

Since 2021, we have been allocating more than 10% our net profit as donations to NGOs/NPOs and other organizations.


2023 Donation Recipient

  • Japan for UNHCR

    Description: Raising awareness, PR and fundraising as Japan’s official support window for supporting the activities of UNHCR, the UN refugee agency.
    Location: Wesley Center 306, 6-10-11 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062, Japan
    Representative: Takahisa Miyauchi

  • NPO Information Gap Buster

    Description: Realizing an affluent society where everyone can live comfortably through “communication barrier-free” and “information accessibility improvement.
    Location: 3-7-15-456 Tarumachi, Kouhoku-ku, Kanagawa 222-0001, Japan
    Representative: Yoshihiro Ito

  • NPO Migiwa

    Description: Operating a hospice and special adoption agency and providing consulting service for women who have unexpected pregnancies or who have given birth to children with disabilities.
    Location: 3-14-2 Gakuenminami, Nara-shi, Nara 631-0034, Japan
    Representative: Yoshie Sakurai

  • Save the Children Japan

    Description: Working toward a world where the rights of the child to live, grow, be protected, and participate are realized through emergency and humanitarian assistance, health, nutrition, and educational support.
    Location: Yamada Building 4th Floor, 2-8-4 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0047, Japan
    Representative: Junichiro Ida


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  • WWF Japan

    Description: Building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by conserving international environment.
    Location: Mitakokusai Building 3rd floor, 1-4-28 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073, Japan
    Chairperson: Takejiro Sueyoshi


Donation Recipient: March 2022

  • Medecins Sans Frontieres Japan Association

    Description: Recruiting and dispatching personnel to participate in relief operations, providing testimonies and conducting promotional activities to raise awareness of humanitarian crises and medical needs, and fundraising to support local medical activities around the world, as the Japan office of Médecins Sans Frontières.
    Location: 1-1 Babashita-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0045, Japan
    General Director: Shinjiro Murata


Donation Recipient: December 2021

  • NPO Japan Vietnam Tomoiki Support Group

    Description: Providing relief and protection of technical intern trainees working in harsh environments, missing individuals and protecting the human rights of Vietnamese residents in Japan.
    Location: 2-11-1-203 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011, Japan
    Representative: Jihou Yoshimizu

  • Certified NPO 3keys

    Description: Creating a society where necessary support and information is delivered to the children in Japan, regardless of their upbringing, based on the perspectives of independence and protecting their rights.
    Location: Uni-works Shinjukugyoen. 1F, 1-12-5 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan
    Representative: Takae Moriyama