Ja Community Foundation
DescriptionThe Foundation was born out of the Japanese American Citizen's League Health Insurance Plan, which was founded in 1965 to help those who couldn't buy insurance due to discrimination. The Foundation supports nonprofits serving the Japanese American and greater Asian American communities in California. Grants include Large and Multi-Year grants, which primarily focus on the senior Japanese American community. Priority will be given to organizations that address senior health and social services. Secondary priority will be given to arts and culture programs while third priority will be given to youth programs. The Foundation also awards mini-grants throughout the year for all JA projects and initiatives including youth oriented programs. Mini-grant funding is for projects that need $5,000 or less. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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