Grant for NJAHS’s Senior Legacy Program
2017 Spring Grant Award to The National Japanese American Historical Society, Inc.
We are pleased to support the National Japanese American Historical Society, Inc. with our grant for their Executive Order 9066 Senior Legacy Stories Engagement program.
The mission of The National Japanese American Historical Society, Inc. is dedicated to the collection, preservation, authentic interpretation, and sharing of historical information of the Japanese American experience for the diverse broader national and global community. NJAHS strives to be a catalyst for change through cross cultural awareness– by learning from the past and influencing the future.
In April 2017, NJAHS will mount an exhibit at the Presidio and at Japantown’s Peace Gallery in San Francisco. In August 2017, featured camp objects and artwork will be on display at USF’s Thatcher Gallery.
You can read more about NJAHS and their exhibit information on their website 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