Japanese Community Pioneer Center receives grant for the social, health and welfare programs and new bi-lingual brochure with a list of their services.
Our grant to Japanese Community Pioneer Center will help to expand their existing social, health and welfare programs and create a new bi-lingual brochure with a list of their services.
JCPC has provided essential social services and health-related support to Japanese American seniors for the past 50 years. As they continue to grow their services, they see the potential to increase the population served.
Their current social, health and welfare programs are often conducted in Japanese to accommodate the attendees. Programs such as the Citizenship and Naturalization process, Insurances, Retirement plans, Social Security benefits, Health and Wellness seminars are available. Also, they offer over 20 classes in arts & culture workshops that are relevant to seniors.
As part of their expansion marketing plan, they are producing a new bilingual brochure with a list of services. 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of service to the community. To commemorate this event and to pass on our history of services they are producing a 50th Anniversary book. This book will highlight the history and services they offer. It will be a bilingual book with 100 pages of contents
and historical data. The brochure and the book will be distributed to outreach to the senior community. It will also help in liaison with government offices and other organizations that also serve JA seniors.
You can find more information about Japanese Community Pioneer Center.
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