“My number one priority is to be around people I enjoy.” – Yosh Arima
At 91 years old, Yosh Arima, former high school teacher/coach and JANM docent, has lived a full life of teaching, traveling, playing sports, and surrounding himself with people he enjoys. Read more about the amazing life of our Keiro Superstar and the tips he shared for living a happy and healthy life.
Registration is now open! For those age 60+, register to pick up a complimentary bento and gift bag at designated locations throughout Southern California or receive a mailed gift package (while supplies last). Register at keiro.org/knh.
The online video premiere of the festival will be available to the public at keiro.org and JACCC.org. No registration is required.
During this year’s Keiro no Hi Festival, we will once again host the Keiro no Hi Fine Arts Showcase! This year’s theme is “Oiwai – Celebration.” To learn more about this year’s Art Showcase, please visit keiro.org/arts-showcase.
Dr. Glen Komatsu is a nationally renowned physician and innovator within the palliative care field and one of the leaders who helped establish Iyashi Care. He shared about the importance of a cultural focus with Iyashi Care and the benefits it can have on a patient’s life.
Visions started as a group of Sansei young professionals who came together in the late 1980s to provide various activities to the residents of Keiro’s former facilities and raise awareness among the younger generation. Keiro interviewed Gary Kawaguchi and Judy Asazawa, core members of Visions, about the group’s history and impact on the community.
Keiro supports the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ We Can Do This COVID-19 education campaign in efforts to increase education and awareness about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.
Under the CARES Act, any charitable contribution made to Keiro this year is eligible for a 100% tax deduction.
Extended for 2021, individual taxpayers, who may not have been able to itemize their charitable giving in the past, are able to deduct up to $300 on their federal tax return under the CARES Act. This applies even if you take the standard deduction.