Inukai Family Foundation creates Positive Youth Development in our community by supporting opportunities for youth to enhance their interests, skills, and abilities.
Inukai Family Foundation is dedicated to improving care for seniors, and those with chronic or debilitating illness.
Born in a Japanese internment camp in Tule Lake, California, Dick Inukai spent a lifetime promoting Japanese culture and educating his community about his proud heritage.
The Inukai Family Foundation has decided to cancel this year’s Dick Inukai Birthday Run 2020. We are disappointed to have to make this decision, but in these uncertain times, your health and well-being are of our greatest concern.
December 2nd, 2019
Emily is Valedictorian of her graduating class, has not missed a day of school since 6th grade and has carried a 4.0 all of her schooling years. She will attend OSU where she will study biochemistry and molecular biology to become a Cardiothoracic Surgeon. Inukai Family Foundation is proud to award scholarship money to the sons and daughters of those employed by Dick’s Auto Group, and we’re honored to support Emily!
Devin participated in Varsity track, cross-country, and leadership at Glencoe High School. He graduates with a 4.18 GPA, and got a 1530 on the SAT with a perfect score on the math portion. He will be studying Biochemistry at University of Oregon. We’re honored to support Devin, a very deserving student with a bright future!
Inukai Family Foundation is proud to award scholarship money to the sons and daughters of those employed by Dick’s Auto Group. We’re honored to support Terell, a very deserving student with a bright future. Terell is attending Portland State University in the fall to study to be a doctor. He is a 2017 Valedictorian at Hill High.