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Harold Beach
Owner and Founder

Ferguson Humanitarian Foundation International

Human Rights and Education For a Better World We started in 2010. We have grown to encompass a worldwide, diverse group of volunteers, funders and projects. These span from our northern Indian girls school sponsorship, to rebuilding schools in rural Nepal after the 2015 earthquake, to helping raise foundation income for the most exciting program to take on the ugliest criminal activity: trafficking (buying and selling, using and abusing women, children and men, in brothels, labor camps, even under forced detainment in private houses) in almost every country around the world.

The Way To Happiness International

The mission of The Way to Happiness Foundation International is to reverse the moral decay of society by restoring trust and honesty the world over through the publication and widespread distribution of The Way to Happiness, a common sense guide to better living. That mission is accomplished on a grass-roots level, worldwide, by individuals who shareThe Way to Happiness book with others and so bring about an increase in tolerance and understanding between families, friends, groups, communities, nations and Mankind—making a safer, less violent world for all.

JEMS Ministry

Since 1950, JEMS has been blessed by God to expand and include many faceted ministries that span the globe today. By the nature of its multi-faceted ministry and outreach into the world which is becoming increasingly multi and inter-racial, JEMS has expanded beyond just the Japanese and Japanese Americans. JEMS ministries now includes other Asian Americans. We are being enriched and empowered to be more effective for doing the work of evangelism, discipleship, teaching the Word, training, equipping, unifying the believers and churches.

A3M

A3M began as a grassroots movement in 1991 to help Nick, Amanda, Brian, and other patients who need a bone marrow transplant. Faced with the lack of Asian and Pacific Islander bone marrow donors in the National Registry and the support of Little Tokyo Service Center, a Community Development Corporation, A3M began efforts to increase and diversify the donor pool. Today, A3M is the largest Asian Pacific Islander recruitment group of the Be The Match Registry, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program. Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches (A3M) provides specialized outreach and education to ethnic Asian/Pacific Islander and minority communities, specifically targeting the eight largest populations Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, South Asian, Thai, Vietnamese and Hispanic. There is a need for more donors in all minority communities. Located in the heart of Los Angeles' Little Tokyo community, A3M's work impacts patients across the world. A3M has recruited over 300,000 potential donors to join the Be The Match Registry. Over 400 A3M donors have gone on to donate their marrow or blood stem cells, giving hope to patients in need of a life-saving transplant.

Orange County Buddhist Church

Orange County Buddhist Church (OCBC) is located in Anaheim, California. Our tradition is Shin Buddhism, which first came to America 120 years ago under the auspices of the Nishi Hongwanji denomination. OCBC is one of 65 temples that make up theBuddhist Churches of America.

Japanese American Cultural & Community Center

Founded in 1971, the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center is one of the largest ethnic arts and cultural centers of its kind in the United States. The mission of the JACCC is to present, perpetuate, transmit and promote Japanese and Japanese American arts and culture to diverse audiences, and to provide a center to enhance community programs.

Youth For Human Rights International

The purpose of YHRI is to teach youth about human rights, specifically the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and inspire them to become advocates for tolerance and peace. YHRI has now grown into a global movement, including hundreds of groups, clubs and chapters around the world.

Senshin Buddhist Temple

The Senshin Buddhist Temple (formerly called the Senshin Buddhist Church) is a Buddhist temple in Los Angeles, California. An affiliate of the Buddhist Churches of America (BCA), the temple was built in 1951. It is known for its maintenance of traditional practices and for cultivating one of the earliest taiko groups appearing in the United States under the leadership of Masao Kodani.

Long Beach Day Nursery

Long Beach Day Nursery is the first licensed childcare program in Long Beach, the first to meet the high standards required for accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), and the oldest continuously licensed private social welfare agency in the state of California. The mission of the Long Beach Day Nursery is to provide quality early care and education for young children of working parents.

Southern Alameda County Buddhist Church

SACBC was established on May 26, 1961 and became independent from the Alameda Buddhist Temple on April 8, 1965. As a member of the Buddhist Churches of America, which has its headquarters in nearby San Francisco, we are part of the Jodo Shinshu branch, or what is also known as the Pure Land sect.

Kimochi Inc.

Created by "Kimochi" or "feeling" for elders, Kimochi, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that provides culturally sensitive care for seniors primarily serving the Japanese American community.

Heaven On Earth Society For Animals

The mission of Heaven on Earth Society for Animals is to improve quality of life for homeless cats, particularly those who have few other options or who may be overlooked because of low potential for adoption.

Little Tokyo Service Center

For over 29 years, the Little Tokyo Service Center, a Community Development Corporation (LTSC CDC), has been an important resource for the residents of a diverse community. Founded in 1979, LTSC CDC is a nonprofit charitable organization serving Asian and Pacific Islanders throughout Los Angeles County who are in need, especially those facing language or cultural gaps, financial need, or physical disabilities. Currently, LTSC CDC sponsors over a dozen different community and social service programs, with over 100 paid staff persons and hundreds of volunteers to provide competent and compassionate services in at least seven different languages as well as Spanish and English. Services include individual and family counseling, support groups, transportation and translation services, an emergency caregiver program, student help lines, crisis hotlines, and consumer education.

Pinellas Sheriff’s Police Athletic League

The Pinellas Sheriff's Police Athletic League opened its doors in 2001, and is currently providing tutoring, mentoring and sports activities at the PAL Sports Complex, and the PAL Connection Center in mid-Pinellas County. PAL is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and relies in large part on donations from the community and the private sector to support the program. Grants from the Juvenile Welfare Board, generous business partners and other donors fund the services and opportunities PAL provides. PAL welcomes the support of our community as we serve children who seek adult guidance, enjoy sports, or need after school help. For more information on Pinellas Sheriff's PAL programs, or if your business or civic organization would like to become a Pinellas County Sheriff's PAL sponsor, please contact Neil Brickfield, Executive Director, at: (727) 692-0785.

Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization

A non-profit, non-partisan, issue-oriented organization. Our members come from all walks of life, from all cultures, races and religious backgrounds, all motivated by a common cause, to reverse the dwindling spiral of life on Earth, and create a healthy habitable Planet on which all life flourishes and prospers, and of which we can be proud. Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization’s international offices work in association with other environmental groups around the world in projects of mutual interest. One of these co-venture partners is Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization in the United States (a 501(c)3 corporation with non-profit status).

Orange County Japanese American Association

The only bi-lingual/bi-cultural non-profit organization in Orange County which has been providing multipurpose community, social services and information to the Japanese American community since 1986. The mission of the Orange County Japanese American Association is to provide and promote various social services and Japanese cultural activities in Orange County through events, programs and seminars. We provide a wide variety of social services and activities the Japanese community and those interested in the Japanese community and culture.

Citizen’s Commission On Human Rights International

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is a nonprofit mental health watchdog, responsible for helping to enact more than 150 laws protecting individuals from abusive or coercive practices. CCHR has long fought to restore basic inalienable human rights to the field of mental health, including, but not limited to, full informed consent regarding the medical legitimacy of psychiatric diagnosis, the risks of psychiatric treatments, the right to all available medical alternatives and the right to refuse any treatment considered harmful.
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Labrador Rescuers

We are so thrilled to announce that we’ve recently partnered up with Labrador Rescuers! This wonderful charity is devoted to some of the greatest creatures we get to share this planet with; labradors. Their main focus is on the rehabilitation and betterment of the dogs. They work especially with dogs who have been abandoned, and strays they pull from high kill shelters and facilities. Read more

Japanese American National Museum

This National Museum strives to create a unique learning environment that enhances classroom activities and provides rich experiences that spark a passion for lifelong learning in the minds of young people. As a vital part of this process, teachers are our most valuable partners, and we are committed to creating meaningful and dynamic teaching resources for them.

Community Learning Center

America is failing its children when it comes to education. This is evidenced by the fact that over 30% of students drop out of high school each year. This is not just a problem for parents, teachers and schools… this is a problem for society and the nation as a whole! In spite of the statistics, we can do something about it! The Community Learning Center is a non-profit tutoring organization that was founded in 1998 with the simple but powerful idea that active, informed and trained citizens working closely with local schools and classroom teachers, can effect change. The Community Learning Center provides academic support to everyone, children and adults, regardless of income level. Additionally, the staff and board of the Center are passionate about being part of the educational dialogue on a policy level. We share our vast experience working with students of all ages and achievement levels with the purpose of bringing about educational reform to benefit all students.

Sharefest

Sharefest develops comprehensive programs and services that strengthen communities and meet the needs in the lives of children and families. It is essential that the community creatively collaborate together to meet the needs in the lives of these children and their families.

Providing opportunities for youth, families, businesses, churches and other local entities to invest themselves into their community is vital. Sharefest is the catalyst for creating these opportunities. To date, Sharefest has provided opportunities for over 50,000 volunteers to complete tangible projects throughout their community at no cost to the recipients. Approximately, $10 million worth of improvements have been made through collaborating together during the annual Sharefest workdays.

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Go For Broke National Education Center

Found in 1989, Go For Broke has trained over 3,000 teachers, collected more than 1,180 oral history interviews, and opened a unique history exhibition. Their mission is to educate and inspire character and equality through the virtue and valor of our World War II American veterans of Japanese ancestry. "Go For Broke" was the motto of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, an Army unit comprised of Japanese Americans from Hawaii and the mainland United States.

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