Showing support through donation

Use your miles to contribute to the world

With the miles you have accrued, you can contribute to various projects.

As a member of the ANA Mileage Club, you can help people in need by donating miles to support humanitarian and environmental activities around the world. When you select a group, the monetary equivalent of the donated miles will be sent to that group.

Notice

  • "Mileage Donations" pages are only in Japanese and English.
  • Once your application is accepted, no change, refund or cancellation is accepted.
  • Applications can only be made through the ANA website (desktop/smartphone versions).
  • No receipt will be issued.
  • Mile donations are not tax deductible for AMC members and All Nippon Airways

Inquiry ID : MKT20230821423

Activities To Date

We would like to thank everyone who has donated miles to give back to society. To date, ANA Mileage Club members have supported the following activities.

Angkor Wat Restoration Project

With the miles donated by ANA Mileage Club members, we have donated 684,000 miles (yen) to the restoration of Angkor Wat, a Hindu temple designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Okinawa Coral Reef Conservation Project

We have donated to "Team Tyura Sango", which conducts coral reef conservation activities in Okinawa.
2023 96,000 miles (yen)
2022 429,000 miles (yen)
2021 702,000 miles (yen)

OISCA Coastal Tree Planting Project

We have contributed significantly to OISCA and coastal tree planting activities, as well as contributing to the activities of people in affected areas to grow Japanese black pine and maintain local livelihoods.

Support for medical personnel and medical facilities

We have donated 19,835,861 miles (yen) from ANA Mileage Club members to support medical personnel and medical facilities that are working at the forefront of dealing with the novel corona virus, COVID-19.

Support for Hawaii Maui Wildfire Relief

We have donated 4,250,977 miles (yen) through the "the Hawaii Community Foundation Maui Strong Fund" and other organizations to support disaster victims of the wildfire that occurred on August 8, 2023 on the island of Maui, Hawaii.