Wall Street’s reputation has taken a beating over the past year, but not everyone in the business deserves to be tarred with the same brush. Financial Industry in Tokyo (FIT) has been working hard for the last five years to support charities here in Japan, donating more than ¥55 million. Later this month, the group is holding its annual FIT for Charity Run, with proceeds going to seven Tokyo-based non-profits. Those working in the financial sector and their friends and family are invited to participate, but anyone is welcome to be a volunteer or spectator. Nov 29, 9am-1pm. National Kasumigaoka Stadium, 10-2 Kasumigaokamachi, Shinjuku-ku. Nearest stn: Sendagaya. See www.fitforcharity.org for more information.
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