Inukai Family Foundation Grants

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Inukai Family Foundation Request for Funding

The Inukai Family Foundation supports 501© (3) nonprofit organizations that make a measurable difference within the communities of Oregon, Idaho and Southwest Washington. The Foundation supports the legacy of Richard M. (Dick) Inukai to help make society better by supporting organizations serving children, underprivileged youth, minorities, seniors, health care and education.

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2017 Grant Recipients

Lake Hazel MS | Cherokee Closet
Victory MS | Behavioral Design for Success
Star MS | Kindness Ninjas, PE Equipment
Meridian MS | Listening in the Lit Lab
Meridian HS | Printmaking Tools
McMillan ES | Flexible Seating, Supplies for Mrs. Woods’s 1st Grade Class
Hood River Valley Adult Center | Meals on Wheels
Japan-American Society of Oregon | Japan on the Road
Japanese Ancestral Society | Ikoi No Kai Community Senior Lunch Program
Four Rivers Cultural Center | Nisei Paradox
Native Arts and Cultures Foundation | Journeys in Creativity
Bag & Baggage Productions | Emerging Artist Program

2016 Grant Recipients

Elevate Oregon
Hood River Senior Citizens Inc. 
Japan-America Society of Oregon
The Closet
Education Foundation of Joint School District #2
Chaparral ES
Chief Joseph School of Arts
Eagle Hills ES
Frontier ES
Heritage MS
Idaho Fine Arts Academy
Lewis and Clark MS
Mountain View High School
Pepper Ridge ES
Sawtooth MS
Siena ES
Victory MS

2012 Grant Recipients

Portland State University
Trena Savoie
Lake Hazel Middle School
Highland Park Middle School
Japan-American Society of Oregon
SWEAT Urban Squash

2011 Grant Recipients

Japanese American Citizens League (JACL)
Hospice and Palliative Care of Washington County
Japanese-American Society of Oregon
Meals on Wheels People progam