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Keiro Launches 2019-2020 Grants Program with a Continued Focus on Reducing Social Isolation Among Older Adults

LOS ANGELES – Keiro announced its 2019-2020 Grants Program cycle which will award up to $250,000 to community organizations. With a continued focus on reducing social isolation, the Grants Program…

Keiro Connect: Making Lifestyle Changes, Grants Cycle Announcement, and more!

Sharing the Japanese American National Museum’s Treasures with the Community

Since its inception in 1985, the Japanese American National Museum (JANM) has been able to chronicle more than 130 years of Japanese American history. Along with its award-winning exhibits and…

The Otomodachi Outreach – The Phone Book that Re-invigorated Friendships

The Otomodachi Outreach Program began at the First Presbyterian Church, Altadena in 2018, with the purpose of reconnecting members who have been inactive for years with old friends and with…

Keiro Connect: Annual Winter 2019

Innovations in Aging: Featuring Keiro Conference, and various experts talking about innovations and aging.

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The Class that Brought Change: First Presbyterian Church Altadena

Read about how First Presbyterian Church Altadena identified a fall hazard through a Keiro Class, which allowed them to apply for Keiro’s Grants Program.

Keiro Connect: Keiro Superstar Feature

Meet Keiro Superstar Itsy Ota!

2018 Grant Recipients

Congratulations to all the recipients of the 2018 cycle of Keiro’s Grants Program! Keiro is looking forward to working with all 30 of these organizations to help reduce social isolation…

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社会的孤立に取り組む30の団体にKeiroが助成金を授与

本日Keiroは、2018年度助成金プログラムの受領団体を発表し、総額およそ25万ドルを、健康への新たなる脅威と言われている社会的孤立(Social Isolation)という課題に取り組む30の非営利団体に授与いたします。

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Keiro Awards Grants to 30 Organizations to Combat Social Isolation

LOS ANGELES, January 24, 2019 – Today Keiro announced the recipients of its 2018 Grants Program cycle, awarding a total of nearly $250,000 in funds to support 30 nonprofit organizations…