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SALA Corporation Jinno Educational Foundation Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Regarding recruitment for 2024 educational and cultural activity grants (application period: until June 7, 2024)

SALA Corporation Co., Ltd.
[Jinno Educational Foundation Public Interest Incorporated Foundation] Regarding recruitment for 2024 educational and cultural activity grants (application period: until June 7, 2024)
We support activities that contribute to the improvement of local education and culture.
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The Kamino Educational Foundation (Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Chairman: Goro Kamino), a public interest incorporated foundation (Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Chairman: Goro Kamino), has started accepting applications for two types of educational and cultural activity grants (one without a specified theme and one with a specified theme) as a grant project for 2024.
[Image: https://prtimes.jp/i/40055/43/resize/d40055-43-c1cebdc6048c5a98b59c-0.jpg&s3=40055-43-4be4ec4b1f044cfc509ab612eaa33b56-800×76.jpg] Summary of Recruitment for 2024 Grant Projects We are currently accepting applications for the following educational and cultural activity grants (with or without a specified theme). *For details, please refer to the foundation website and the attached application guidelines. 1. Educational/Cultural Activities Grant (No theme specified) This year marks the 21st time to provide funding for activities to individuals or groups that are conducting school educational activities, social education activities, or cultural activities based in the Higashi Mikawa area of ​​Aichi Prefecture. A portion of this will be subsidized in advance. The award will be given to outstanding school education activities, social education activities, or cultural activities based in the Higashi Mikawa area of ​​Aichi Prefecture that will be held within the fiscal year 2024 (until the end of March 2025). As a general rule, the amount of the grant will be up to 300,000 yen per project regardless of whether it is an individual or a group, and the selection committee will decide on the recipient and the amount of the grant. [Reference] Foundation website (Recruitment information page)
https://www.kaminozaidan.jp/page_2024/index_A.html Attached materials (Recruitment guidelines)
https://prtimes.jp/a/?f=d40055-43-71516a00d3445fd21146439242bf60d0.pdf 2. Educational/Cultural Activities Grant (with specified theme) This project started in 2021 to explore the history and culture of the area around Mikawa Port, centered on Kamino Shinden, which has played an important role in the development of the Higashi Mikawa region of Aichi Prefecture. This program subsidizes a portion of the cost of activities in advance to individuals or organizations that carry out activities in Japan to pass on and utilize the local area as a valuable asset to future generations. This covers activities related to the area, such as surveys and research and next-generation education, and also covers activities that span multiple years. The selection committee will decide on the grant recipients and the grant amount. This project is funded by the “Nobuo Kamino Fund,” which was established as a bequest from the late Nobuo Kamino, the former chairman of this foundation. [Reference] Foundation website
(Recruitment information page)
https://www.kaminozaidan.jp/page_2024/index_B.html Attached materials (Recruitment guidelines)
https://prtimes.jp/a/?f=d40055-43-3e9ea9bc29360f8baaa8ea6422c3dac4 .pdf
For each grant, the Foundation’s selection committee will make a selection based on the submitted application documents (which can be downloaded from the website), and will decide whether to grant the grant or not and the amount of the grant. Applicants will be notified of the results within one month after the deadline, and a decision notification ceremony will be held in early August 2024. Please refer to the attached sheet for details on recruitment requirements, etc. Overview of the Kamino Educational Foundation Public Interest Incorporated Foundation ■History April 1942: Establishment of “Kanno Hoon-kai Foundation” February 1976: “Kamino Educational Foundation” Name changed and business field changed to education Specialization April 2014: Received public interest certification from Aichi Prefecture and transitioned to public interest incorporated foundation ■Officers Chairman: Goro Kamino (President and Group
Representative/CEO of SALA Corporation) 5 other directors, 2 auditors ■Project purpose: This corporation provides scholarship support to students enrolled in universities with deep ties to the Higashi Mikawa region of Aichi Prefecture, as well as grants for various activities that contribute to the improvement of education and culture in the region. The purpose is to develop talented human resources. ■Project Overview (1) Providing scholarships to students who have difficulty studying due to financial reasons…Scholarships are provided to graduate students. Designated school system. In principle, this program is aimed at international students. (2) Projects that support activities that contribute to the improvement of local education and culture…Support for activities related to a wide range of local education and culture 1. Educational and cultural activity support projects (no theme specified). Implemented from 2004 2. Educational and cultural activity subsidy project (with designated themes). Implemented from 2021. Project period: 10 years (planned) (3) Project to subsidize students who voluntarily undertake overseas training… Overseas training subsidized project for graduate students. Designated school system. *The business of this foundation shall be carried out within Aichi Prefecture [Contact for inquiries regarding this matter] Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Jinno Educational Foundation Secretariat 1-55 Ekimae Odori, Toyohashi City, 440-8533 SALA Tower SALA Corporation General Affairs Group (Person in charge: Suzuki) TEL 0532-51-1182/FAX 0532-51-1154 Website https://www.kaminozaidan.jp More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000043.000040055.html



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