29 Dec 2022

INTOUCH Goes Green

The Club's monthly INTOUCH magazine has received a makeover for 2023.

Besides its refreshed design and new content, the January issue of the magazine is printed on eco-friendly paper.

The Forest Stewardship Council-certified paper is harvested from sustainably managed forests while the ink is made from vegetable oil, which makes recycling cheaper and less damaging to the environment.

Readers who wish to reduce their carbon footprint can opt to just receive a link to the digital version of INTOUCH by e-mail each month.

Members can manage their INTOUCH subscription here.

07 Dec 2022

Club Holiday Hours

The Club will close its doors on 2022 at 6pm on December 31.

24 Nov 2022

Connections Supports Local Causes

Connections donated a total of ¥7.8 million to local causes this year.

Twelve organizations received funds raised through various Connections events, including November's International Bazaar holiday sale.

“The reflection of our hard work and support can be seen throughout our great city, from the delight of a child unwrapping holiday gifts to the free counseling services to those in need,” says Vanessa Thomas, president of Connections.

The nonprofits supported include Tokyo homeless shelter Sanyukai, Multicultural Center Tokyo, which helps immigrant children and their families, and the Salvation Army, which is using the donation to build another Connections-supported children's home in the city.

"Construction is under way and the new home's grand opening will be sometime in the spring," says the Salvation Army's Colonel Stephen Morris (pictured with members of Connections).

15 Nov 2022

New Board Unveiled

Eight Members were elected to the Club's Board of Governors at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on November 15 (watch the recording here).

At the first Board meeting following the AGM, Jesse Green was reselected to serve as representative governor for a one-year term.

28 Oct 2022

Member Satisfaction Up in 2022 Survey

The Club received an overall satisfaction score of more than 91 percent in this year's membership satisfaction survey.