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Asian Religions Course at Hartford Seminary

In the fall of 2014, a seed was planted to develop a new summer course at Hartford Seminary, one of the Foundation’s grantees. After hearing from Hartford’s leaders and their desire to bring more...

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Collaborative Art Project in Elk Grove Village

Spearheaded by the Foundation’s grantee, Community Character Coalition of Elk Grove, a beautiful three-panel mural now hangs in the entry hallway at the Kenneth Young Center. Kenneth Young Center is a...

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Shinnyo Fellow Reflections: From Seattle to Tachikawa, and Beyond

Contributed by Stuart Haruyama, 2013-14 Shinnyo Fellow Wiping the sleep away from my eyes, I push my way through the vast caverns and concourses of Tokyo’s Shinjuku train station. At 7 a.m., the masses of movement...

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Cleaning Up the Community for Over 10 Years

Contributed by Shinnyo-en Seattle member, Michael May Every April, the followers of Shinnyo-en Seattle have dedicated themselves to the city that hosts their temple – Burien, Washington. This dedication comes in...

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More Powerful Together

The 26th Annual National Service-Learning Conference in Washington D.C., organized by the National Youth Leadership Council of St. Paul, MN, convened over a thousand students, teachers and professionals in the...

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Exciting Announcement: New Peace Initiative Name!

On behalf of its Board of Directors, Shinnyo-en Foundation is proud to announce a new name for our peace initiative. We would like to thank our Board and our grantees, who actualize this initiative in their daily...

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A Significant Experience at Fair Oaks Community School

After months of planning, the Peninsula Multifaith Coalition dispatched over 500 volunteers to a dozen sites across San Mateo County for a Multifaith Day of Service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of...

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