“When you have the chance, grab that opportunity, because you don’t know when you have that chance again.” – NJ Nakamura

Since retiring in 2016, NJ Nakamura has found meaningful ways to enjoy her days and adapt to changes in this new chapter of her life. Whether it be co-hosting a cooking class, performing Nihon Buyo, or spending time with her granddaughter, NJ has taken retirement as an opportunity to explore activities both old and new.

Are you worried you or someone you know may be developing Alzheimer’s disease? Are you searching for up-to-date Alzheimer’s related resources?

Co-presented with Alzheimer’s Los Angeles
Saturday, May 1, 2021
9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. PDT

By 2050, the number of people living with Alzheimer’s is expected to triple. Learn more about this disease at our FREE Alzheimer’s Conference where experts will share the latest research, treatment options, and ways to reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Click here to read more about this exciting event! Registration closes Thursday, April 29.

Ruth Watanabe, former Keiro board member for over 40 years and the first female member, has lived a life of service, to both the Japanese American community and the Southern California community at large. Read more about Ruth’s work in the community and her impact with Keiro.

"The Iyashi Care Team has been available 24/7. They address our concerns in a timely manner and relieve anxieties from caregiving."
– Lillian Kitagawa

Join us on Thursday, April 29th at 10:30 a.m. for a Virtual Keiro Forum on Iyashi Care. Family caregiver Lillian Kitagawa will join us to share how Iyashi Care has supported her in caring for her husband.

We encourage you to join Virtual Keiro Forums with your family and friends! We have a wide variety of topics every month and hope that you will learn something new, socialize, and connect with us and the community online!  

In partnership with Little Tokyo Service Center, Keiro is widely disseminating safety tips to raise awareness and keep Our Community members safe. This tip sheet is available on our website in English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, and Spanish. We encourage everyone to share these safety tips with your neighbors and friends.

Congratulations to all the recipients of the 2020-2021 Grants Program cycle! Keiro looks forward to working with all 32 nonprofit organizations to reduce social isolation with a focus on outreach to Japanese American and Japanese older adults and caregivers in Southern California.
Your support enables Keiro to provide impactful programs to meet the diverse and ever-changing needs of Our Community's older adults. 

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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.
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