The Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (JCCC) is a living monument to the pioneering spirit of our ancestors and a symbol of our proud Japanese heritage. Financial support helps the JCCC to ensure it continues to be a cultural resource for the next generations.
Our current fundraising initiatives:
- Emergency Appeal: Supporting the JCCC during COVID-19 Closure
- Friends of the Moriyama Nikkei Heritage Centre
- Chris Kano Taiko Studio
- The Cranes: the National Tribute to Japanese Canadian Life
All gifts are appreciated and each will be honoured in a meaningful way. Please contact James Heron, Executive Director at 416-441-2345 ext. 224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org regarding naming opportunities, setting up a giving plan, pledges, bequests or any other forms of donations.
Registered charity # 118972967RR0001
Gifts in Kind
As an institution committed to preserving the heritage of Japanese Canadians, the JCCC accepts donations that are of cultural importance and heritage significance.
To inquire further, please contact Theressa Takasaki, Heritage Manager – Archives, Collections and Programming at email@example.com or 416-441-2345 ext. 300.
The JCCC library is always looking to enhance our offerings and selection to our members. From time to time, and depending on our capacity, we accept book donations from our community.
To inquire further, contact Haruko Ishihara at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-441-2345 ext. 228.
Other In Kind Donations
The JCCC accepts in-kind donations in the month of April each year for our annual Bazaar. The JCCC Bazaar is our biggest community fundraiser, and we are grateful for the community’s continuing support.
The JCCC has established the JCCC Foundation to ensure that our unique programs, services and facility continue to thrive long into the future.
To date, the JCCC Foundation has benefited from the generosity of individuals who have left bequests in their estates.
Please contact James Heron, Executive Director, at 416-441-2345 ext. 224 or email email@example.com to find out more about how you can leave a legacy and play a role in the future of the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.
JCCC Funds Distribution Chart