2024 Grant Recipient
In 2024, the MLK Committee took a significant step in fostering educational opportunities by inaugurating the Dr. Dorothy and Jerry Enomoto Student Scholarship Fund at Sacramento State. This scholarship pays homage to the visionary founders of the MLK Celebration, Dr. Dorothy and Jerry Enomoto, as well as the entire MLK Celebration Committee, recognizing the dedication of countless volunteers who have contributed to the annual event's success.
The scholarship was established with $25,000 from the MLK Committee and was launched to empower deserving students in pursuit of their academic aspirations.
We extend an invitation to you to join us in amplifying the impact of this scholarship. Your support will honor the legacy of those who have passionately worked towards the MLK Celebration and will also play a pivotal role in expanding the reach of the scholarship, enabling more students to access valuable educational opportunities. Together, let's build a future where education knows no bounds.
PAST MLK COMMITTEE GRANT RECIPIENTS
The grant program is designed for non-profit organizations that assist children and/or families in the areas of education, health or civil rights and foster diversity primarily in the Sacramento region.
Always Knocking, Inc. (2017)
Council on American-Islamic Relations
Celebration Arts (2019)
Center for Youth Citizenship
Closing the Gap
Grant High School Drumline
Health for All
Hui O' Hawaii of Sacramento
iSound Music Preforming Arts
Kids Computer Community
Linkage to Education
Matthew Shepard Foundation
National Visiting Teachers Association
Roberts Family Development Center
More Life Christian Academy
Northern California Minority Junior Golf Scholarship Association, Inc.
Sacramento Chapter of The Links, Incorporated
Sacramento Regional Human Right/Fair Housing Commission
Sacramento Police Foundation
Sacramento Police Department Gun Buy Back Program
Sacramento Stand Down
The Stanley Girls Learning Health Center for Children
Tongan Senior of California Community
Urban T Dance Academy (2019)
Wind Youth Center
Volunteers in Victim Assistance