The Board of the JA Community Foundation has approved grants to nine nonprofit organizations.
Our Blog2018 Grantees
Our grant will be used for the expansion of their full afternoon’s programming.
Our grant to J-Sei, Inc. will help to support their existing wellness education classes and event during the next two years.
Central California Nikkei Foundation receives grant for expanding the utilization of the Nikkei Center
At present, the Nikkei Center is mainly used to provide senior lunches for the seniors of Fresno and the surrounding rural areas that still reside in their homes and/or other settings.
United Japanese Christian Church receives a grant for their Japanese American Senior Health Resource Program
Our grant will be used for their Japanese American Senior Health Resource Program including self-help seminars, educational programming and activities to encourage an active lifestyle to promote healthy physical and emotional well being.
National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS) receives grant for “Prejudice to Patriotism”, an exhibition
Our grant will be used for “Prejudice to Patriotism: 150 Years of the Japanese American Experience”, an exhibition enhancement of the Military Intelligence Service Historic Learning Center (MISHLC).
Little Tokyo Service Center
“The greatest strength of the project is the community it has built. Japanese American seniors from all over Los Angeles come to the Far East Lounge to meet new friends, engage in new activities and socialize in their language.”