NAJC Endowment Fund Social media campaign

We are pleased to launch the 2021 NAJC Endowment Fund.

Please help us spread the word about the Endowment Fund by sharing information with your networks on your social media channels, and encouraging people to learn more and apply. NAJC is eager to connect to applicants in communities across Canada, especially those outside of major Canadian city centres, and in Eastern Canada.

Here are key messages about the NAJC Endowment Fund that can be easily cut and pasted into social media channels. The messages can also be personalized with why the Endowment Fund is important to you.


1. For email, newsletters or Facebook

NAJC Endowment Fund 2021- applications now open!

The Endowment Fund of the National Association of Japanese Canadians promotes and showcases Japanese Canadian culture. Grants are available to organizations, groups and individuals to help develop Japanese Canadian culture, and support the athletic, artistic and academic talents of Japanese Canadians.

Share your creative ideas and stories. Consider support to reach a higher level of your athletic, artistic, and academic achievements.

Funding is available under two programs: Cultural Development (max $5,000); and Sports, Education, and Arts Development (SEAD; max $2,500).

NAJC is eager to connect to applicants in communities across Canada, especially those outside of major Canadian city centres, and in Eastern Canada. Please share widely with your networks and help connect your communities with potential funding and promotion of the rich history of Japanese Canadian culture and the dynamic abilities of Japanese Canadians.

Apply by June 30: http://bit.ly/CDSEAD

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Past Cultural Development projects include theatre performances, graphic novels, virtual reality experiences, historical documents, and a memorial garden for public education about Japanese Canadian internment. Previous SEAD grantees include athletes at the provincial or national levels in field hockey, judo, kayak racing, ballet, downhill skiing, along with accomplished writers, performers, and actors.

Learn more about the Fund’s inspiring past grantees:
http://najc.ca/funds-and-awards/endowment-fund-recipients

@najc.ca


2. For Twitter

Grants available! @NAJC_ca Fund showcases and supports Japanese Canadian culture. Share your creative ideas and stories. Consider support for your athletic, artistic, and academic development. Open to orgs, groups and individuals, until June 30: http://najc.ca/funds-and-awards/najc-endowment-fund

#JapaneseCanadian #NAJC
Tag: @najc_ca


3. For Instagram

Have a creative story to share?
Aiming to reach that higher level of achievement in sports, education or the arts?

Applications for the NAJC Endowment Fund are open! Grants up to $5,000 are available to organizations, groups and individuals to showcase and support the development of Japanese Canadian culture. Support up to $2,500 is available for athletes, artists and students with demonstrated achievements for further training and skills.

Apply by June 30: http://bit.ly/CDSEAD

#JapaneseCanadian #NAJC


4. Information about the Cultural Development Fund

Share your creative ideas and stories!

Grants up to $5,000 are available to organizations, groups and individuals to help develop Japanese Canadian culture. The Endowment Fund of the National Association of Japanese Canadians provides financial assistance for projects and activities of community and cultural organizations, and individuals.

Apply by June 30: http://bit.ly/CDSEAD


5. Information about the Sports, Education, Arts Development program

SHORT:

Aiming to reach that higher level of achievement in sports, education or the arts? @NACJ_ca Sports, Education, and Arts Development Program provides up to $2,500 to further the athletic, artistic and academic talents of Japanese Canadians. Apply by June 30: http://bit.ly/CDSEAD

LONG:
Aiming to reach that higher level of achievement in sports, education or the arts?

The Endowment Fund of the National Association of Japanese Canadians promotes and showcases Japanese Canadian culture. The Sports, Education, and Arts Development (SEAD) Program provides up to $2,500 to further the athletic, artistic and academic talents of Japanese Canadians.

Who’s eligible?
● Athletes with demonstrated achievement at the provincial or national levels seeking further training or development
● Students pursuing specialized studies post undergraduate (not a scholarship)
● Artists pursuing specialized training in the visual, performing or literary arts

Consider support to reach a higher level of your athletic, artistic, and academic accomplishments.

Apply by June 30: http://bit.ly/CDSEAD


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