Midori Kai, Inc., a non-profit corporation (“Midori Kai”) was established in 1996 and our 10th Anniversary occurred in September 2006. Midori Kai was founded with the objective to create an effective organization comprised of Japanese American professional women leaders with various business and creative backgrounds who are committed to mentoring youth, community involvement, supporting local charities and celebrating our Japanese American heritage. Midori Kai is a cohesive group of professional women, who are focused on personal, professional and cultural development, as well as sharing our knowledge and experience to benefit others. Midori Kai has recently established an endowment to insure our ongoing ability to contribute to specific local charities and community events throughout the years.
-To network & support one another in the business community
-To celebrate our Asian heritage & culture
-To mentor youth
-To actively participate in and to generously give back to the local Asian Communities
-Leadership development via involvement in the Japanese American community and collaborative teamwork on various community projects
-Growing appreciation & awareness of our Japanese American heritage through events such as “Day of Remembrance”, cultural cooking classes, Ikebana & Taiko lessons, Obon dancing, and World War II Internment Documentaries.
-Commitment to the national Japanese American community via involvement in various community functions, historical events and national conferences
-Hosted the fun-filled and very successful 2005 Paradise Royale Casino fundraiser
-Established a highly successful annual Midori Kai Asian Arts & Crafts Boutique, proceeds of which are donated to local charities selected on a bi-annual basis.
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