Announcing our 2018 February Grantees!
2018 February Grants awarded to seven JA Community Organizations
We are excited to announce the completion of our 2018 February grant cycle. The Board of the JA Community Foundation has approved grants to seven nonprofit organizations serving Japanese American and Asian American communities throughout California. We would like to thank all of the organizations that applied and congratulate the 2018 February grant award recipients.
Our 2018 February Grants were awarded to the following organizations:
Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles – Our grant will support their media production of “Faces of Caregiving” Awareness and Education Campaign in Los Angeles County.
Read more about our grant to Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles and their program.
Fresno Art Museum – Our grant will assist with funding of their upcoming exhibition of KAY SEKIMACHI: Master Weaver Innovations in Forms and Materials.
Read more about our grant to Fresno Art Museum and their exhibition here.
Go For Broke National Education Center (GFBNEC) – Our grant will be used for the enhancement of their exhibition of “Defining Courage”.
Read more about our grant to Go For Broke National Education Center and their exhibition here.
Kizuna Little Tokyo, Inc. – Our grant will support their Kizuna’s Service Learning Program.
Read more about our grant to Kizuna Little Tokyo, Inc. and their program here.
Kokoro Assisted Living, Inc. – Our grant will be used for the construction of Kokoro Rooftop Garden.
Read more about our grant to Kokoro Assisted Living, Inc. here.
Sakura Kai – Our grant will assist their Transition to a New Site.
Read more about our grant to Sakura Kai and their program here.
Watsonville-Santa Cruz JACL – Our grant will be used to update their Kizuka Hall Senior Center built in the 1950s.
Read more about our grant to Watsonville-Santa Cruz JACL and their program here.
- Announcing our 2019 January Grantees!
- Kimochi, Inc. receives grant for their Kimochi Lounge Restoration Project
- Nichi Bei Foundation receives grant for their Senior Empower Initiatives Project
- The Pacific Citizen receives grant for their Archive Project
- San Jose Taiko receives grant to take their Swingposium on the road