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  • Enjoy a unique event that could change your life
  • Cross off a major challenge on your bucket list
  • Help TELL change lives by taking our Lifeline 24/7

 

TELL has partnered with one of Tokyo’s most iconic structures to offer an exciting challenge on 10 September that ranks with endurance events at some of the world’s most famous buildings and towers (e.g. Empire State Building, Eiffel Tower, Sears Tower).

10 September is also World Suicide Prevention Day and people all around the globe will be walking, marching or running to “take a step” to remove stigmas around mental health.

Come out – by yourself, or form a team – to make a difference by raising money to help us take the TELL Lifeline 24/7.
Every step changes lives.

 

  • Date & Time: September 10, 2017 07:30-11:00
  • To mark World Suicide Prevention Day
  • 500 participants
  • One-by-one time trial format to ensure safety
  • Charity focus – profits to benefit TELL, one of Japan’s leading mental health non-profits

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Register

If you have any problems with registering please contact the Events Team on 03-4550-1191.

When booking with Peatix, either print off your ticket or download the Peatix app and present your QR code at the registration desk

An information pack will be sent out 3 days prior to the event with your start time, further details of registering on the day and how to pick up your race bib.

Apologies , tickets are not refundable.

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イベント3日前に、スタートタイム、当日の受付等に関する情報をお送りいたします。

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登録に関するお問い合わせなど、03−4550−1191にご連絡ください。

Get Sponsored

Where will your money go?

TELL, an accredited not-for-profit organization (NPO) with a 40+ year history to the international and Japanese community in Japan, operates a telephone Lifeline, as well as confidential mental health support and counseling services. TELL Lifeline receives approximately 6,000 calls a year from all over Japan, of which roughly 60 percent come from Japanese citizens and 40 percent from Japan-resident foreigners.

TELL are aiming to take their Lifeline service 24 hours 7 days a week by 2019. Your fundraising support will help train phone counsellors, launch and grow our online chat service and expand our volunteer base and support services to people all over Japan.

Due to past support of TELL events and a kind donation from Morrison & Foerester the TELL Lifeline will initiate its first 24 hour online chat shift this World Suicide Prevention Day, September 10th. This will then proceed each and every Saturday. Thank you to everyone for their support in helping hit this milestone.

How to setup your fundraising

 

Charity Event Fundraising on Crowdrise

CrowdRise is the online sponsorship platform we recommend for the TELL Tokyo Tower Climb. It’s quick to set up and simple to use. Just click the CrowdRise button below and start your fundraiser on our event page!
• Your friends, colleagues and family can sponsor you easily

• You can keep track of donations

• No need to use a sponsorship form

• Your sponsorship will automatically be sent to us – you don’t need to do anything

 

CLICK HERE TO FUNDRAISE FOR TELL

Charity Event Fundraising on Crowdrise

 

I’ve set up my page. What do I do next?

Once you’ve set up your fundraiser page from the CrowdRise event page, there are a number of things you can do:

• Personalize it by adding a photo and a bit of background about why you’re supporting the event.

• Share the link via Facebook, Twitter and email to let everyone know what you’re doing.

 

Fundraising tip!

See if you can persuade the person you believe will be most generous to be the first donor to your CrowdRise page. That sets the bar high for everyone else, and it’s a competitive world out there!

Corporate Cup

What is the Corporate Cup?

The corporate cup is a team race event allowing corporate supporters to challenge each other in both fundraising and fastest time.

There are incentives for being the winner of either categories where your efforts will be announced at the prize giving. Along with the on the day incentives and prizes if you win you’ll also get a trophy allowing you and your team official bragging rights!

A team consists of 4 people and your team time will be calculated as the average of the 4 climbers.

Why enter the Corporate Cup?

Your experience will include:

  • Team photo
  • Corporate logo on display at event and on event website
  • A chance to race, and beat competitors or clients!
  • Champion’s Trophies

Where will your money go?

TELL, an accredited not-for-profit organization (NPO) with a 40+ year history to the international and Japanese community in Japan, operates a telephone Lifeline, as well as confidential mental health support and counseling services. TELL Lifeline receives approximately 6,000 calls a year from all over Japan, of which roughly 60 percent come from Japanese citizens and 40 percent from Japan-resident foreigners.

TELL are aiming to take their Lifeline service 24 hours 7 days a week by 2019. Your fundraising support will help train phone counsellors, launch and grow our online chat service and expand our volunteer base and support services to people all over Japan.

Cost:

The entry fee for this category is ¥15,000 per team of 4. Team’s are then required to raise a minimum of ¥70,000 per team to be eligible to participate in the challenge.

Once you have registered on our website one of our team members will be in touch.

Fundraising:

Fundraising for teams is done through the Crowdrise platform, it’s super quick and easy. Please follow this link to set up your team and share, share, share!

Access

Subway / JR
Route Exit station / exit Distance
Metropolitan Subway Oedo Line Akabanebashi Station / Akabanebashi Gate 5 minute walk
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Kamiyacho Station / Exit No.2 7 minute walk
Metropolitan Subway Mita Line Onarimon Station / Exit No. A1 6 minute walk
Metropolitan Subway Asakusa Line Daimon Station / Exit A6 10 minute walk
JR Hamamatsucho Station / North Exit 15 minute walk
Tokyu Bus
  • The Tokyu Bus is convenient from Tokyo Station.
  • It takes around 30 minutes from the Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Exit to the bus stop in front of Tokyo Tower
    (Adults: 220 yen, Children: 110 yen)
Toei Bus

Metropolitan bus stop map search page
※Bus stops near Tokyo Tower
・Tokyo Tower (For Shinagawa Ekimae and Shinagawa Station Konan Exit)
・ Higashi-Azabu Itchome (For Hamamatsucho Station, Tamachi Station and Shinagawa Station Konan Exit)
・ Toranomon Gochome (For Shibuya Ekimae and Shimbashi Ekimae)

Car

7 minutes from Shiba-koen Exit of Inner Circular Route
※ Parking lot is adjacent to Tokyo Tower 600 JPY for the first one hour and 300JPY added every 30 minutes after the first one hour
※ Parking lot is open from 9:00 to 23:00. (The latest time to enter is 22:30.)

Route Guide ※You can search when you register your starting location.
The Guide for Where to Go on the Shuto Expressway

Bicycles and Motorbikes

Bicycle parking is inside the south-side parking lot of Tokyo Tower.
・Bicycle parking is free for 2 hours, and then 100 yen every 5 hours
・Motorbike parking is 300 yen every 5 hours
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Contact: 0120-3566-21