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About the Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation

 

Since 2008, the annual event Tokyo in Tulsa (TnT) has given back to the community that has so generously supported it by choosing a worthy charity which embodies our values.  As Tokyo in Tulsa has grown, the list of charitable organization that we would like to support as grown as well and makes the choice harder each year.

 

Instead of continuing to try and make that hard choice we have formed Tokyo in Tulsa Limited  (dba) The Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation.  The TnT Foundation is a private charity with our IRS determination for 501c(3) and 501a(9) status currently in process.

 

The goal of The Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation is to seek out worthy charitable organizations and causes in our community, causes that our fans can get behind, and support them through donations of funds that we collect throughout the year as well as utilizing our existing volunteer staff for the betterment of Tulsa and Oklahoma.  This will also provide a vehicle for pursuing our own endeavors for improving our world such as supporting the arts and promoting literacy and cultural exchange with the Traveling Manga Library.

 

The Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation has been created as a separate entity from Tokyo in Tulsa, with its own staff and leadership and will use the same strict guidelines that TnT has used in the past to vet the charities that it will support.  This way we are no longer confined to one charity but can support many organizations as funds and man power allow.

 

The Sakura Blossom

 

In Japan, the sakura (cherry blossom) represents the fragility and the beauty of life.  When the trees bloom for a short time each year it is a reminder of how precious and how precarious life is.

 

As a guiding symbol, The Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation seeks to improve the communities in which it serves and shine a light on beauty that surrounds us all through inclusion, cultural diversity, education and expression of the arts.

 

 

The Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation Leadership

 

• Jason Clark

 

• Shailaja Marion

 

• Krista Beth Dudley

 

• Brandi Albright

 

 

 

MISSION:

Inspire our community to change their world through inclusion, cultural diversity, voluntarism, education and expression of the arts.

LOGO SYBOLISM:

The sakura (japanese cherry blossom) represents the fragility and the beauty of life.  The hands are a reminder that we are stewards of life and the lives of those around us.

Charities

 

Our currently list of organizations are those that Tokyo in Tulsa has supported in the past and would like to continue to support.  As we look to future, we will be vetting additional organizations and programs.  Our current focus is on those organizations that support the Tulsa and greater Oklahoma communities.

Donations

 

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation.  We will begin taking donation July 2016.

Events

 

Whether it is a fund raiser, a community project or a volunteer opportunity ... we will list it here.

Volunteer

 

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Tokyo in Tulsa Foundation.  We will begin taking volunteer applications  July 2016.

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If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us below.

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Inspiring fans

for inclusion, culture, education, the arts and
community

LOGO SYBOLISM:

The sakura (japanese cherry blossom) represents the fragility and the beauty of life.  The hands are a reminder that we are stewards of life and the lives of those around us.

Inspiring fans

for inclusion, culture, education, the arts and
community

MISSION:

Inspire our community to change their world through inclusion, cultural diversity, voluntarism, education and expression of the arts.

LOGO SYBOLISM:

The sakura (japanese cherry blossom) represents the fragility and the beauty of life.  The hands are a reminder that we are stewards of life and the lives of those around us.

Inspiring fans

for inclusion, culture, education, the arts and
community

MISSION:

Inspire our community to change their world through inclusion, cultural diversity, voluntarism, education and expression of the arts.

LOGO SYBOLISM:

The sakura (japanese cherry blossom) represents the fragility and the beauty of life.  The hands are a reminder that we are stewards of life and the lives of those around us.