Join us this Giving Tuesday, November 28, to ensure everyone has the opportunity to experience the stories of immigration, incarceration, and resilience that can be found at the Japanese American Museum of Oregon. This history teaches empathy and understanding, with the ability recognize and call out injustice whenever it happens.
That’s why we’re working hard to make sure students, teachers, EVERYBODY has access to this story, but we need your help! With your support, we can provide transportation to school groups to visit the museum, educate more teachers, and increase the number of free admission days, ensuring everyone has the opportunity to learn the history of Japanese Americans in Oregon.
We’re ready to add more free days and school groups to the calendar but need the funding to hit the ground running in 2024. Your donation makes an impact:
$25 covers art class materials at the museum for 1 student.
$50 covers transportation and tour of the museum for 3 students.
$100 or more covers fees for a speaker to visit a school and reach potentially hundreds of people.
Join our community of supporters and let’s bring this history to even more people in the coming year!