Inukai Family Foundation creates Positive Youth Development in our community by supporting opportunities for youth to enhance their interests, skills, and abilities.

We offer grants to a wide variety of programs that work toward this goal.

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Inukai Family Foundation is dedicated to improving care for seniors, and those with chronic or debilitating illness.

After his mother, Mecha, passed away in 2002, Dick Inukai saw firsthand the value of quality care, and was compelled to put his time and resources into assisting the elderly.

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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.

Inukai’s roots drew him to the Japan-American Society of Oregon (JASO), serving as a member for over 20 years.

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  • DI5K A Run to Remember 2019

    2019 DI5K: A Run To Remember – Finish

    June 8th, 2019

    Another DI5K is in the history books! Thank you to everyone who joined us for a day of fun and celebration, all for a great cause. See you next year!

    Congratulations to our race winners:
    Men – Cole Hoff – 17:20
    Women – Meggie Karp – 19:28
    55+ – Dave Bashaw – 24:53
    Youth – Abbie Reddick – 23:21
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  • DI5K A Run to Remember 2019

    2019 DI5K: A Run To Remember

    June 8th, 2019

    The Dick Inukai Birthday Run is a 5k walk/run benefitting the Inukai Family Foundation, established to honor prominent businessman and philanthropist, Richard “Dick” Inukai.

    Walkers and runners of all ages and skill level are invited to join in a day of fun and celebration, all for a great cause.

    Register Today!

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  • DI5K A Run to Remember 2018

    2018 DI5K: A Run To Remember – Finish

    May 20th, 2018

    Another DI5K is in the history books. We had our biggest year yet, with 193 registered participants! Thank you to everyone who joined us for a day of fun and celebration, all for a great cause. See you next year!

    Congratulations to our race winners:
    Men – Kekoa Morton – 20:53
    Women – Kathy O’Hara – 23:04
    55+ – Craig Brewer – 22:04
    Youth – Devin Henderling – 19:58
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Scholarship Winner Emily B.

2018 DAG Scholarship Recipient, Emily B.

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!

Scholarship Winner Devin H.

2018 DAG Scholarship Recipient, Devin H.

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!

2016 Dick's Auto Group Scholarship Recipient

2016 DAG Scholarship Recipient, Terell M.

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.