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NAMING OPPORTUNITY

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Nihonmachi Little Friends (NLF) is planting a seed to ensure the future stability and vitality of its preschool programs in San Francisco’s Japantown. Through the Plant A Seed Campaign, NLF is creating a new preschool building addition on the lot adjoining its historic Julia Morgan-designed building. The new building will allow NLF to increase enrollment and improve its preschool facilities while respectfully acknowledging and preserving the original 1830 Sutter building.

 

The $3.5 million Plant A Seed Campaign is the next step in NLF’s commitment to the future of the culture and community of San Francisco’s Japantown. Now is the time to help plant a seed and help NLF grow and support children and families in San Francisco.

Nihonmachi Little Friends

Plant A Seed Building Campaign

Donor Board

 

 

Major Donor Categories

Ginkgo - Ichou ......................

Bamboo - Take ......................

Maple - Momiji ........................

Pine - Matsu............................

Oak - Kashiwa .........................

Cherry - Sakura ........................

$250,000 +

$150,000 +

 $50,000 +

 $25,000 +

 $10,000 +

   $5,000 + 

New Building Naming Opportunities

NAMING OPPORTUNITY PLAQUE SAMPLES

LEVELS OF GIVING

Building Name 

Nihonmachi Little Friends Lobby 

$1,000,000

funded**

funded*

Tané Maki Garden  

New Building Street Level

*Contributed by NLF Board, Staff, Capital Campaign Committee, Advisory Board, and families

** funded by The Tateuchi Foundation

Children’s Learning Center

Atrium

$250,000

$100,000

Peace Garden

New Building Second Level

Parent Communication Center

Rooftop Play Yard

Children’s Garden

$150,000

$25,000 ea

Worlds of Wonder Art Walls (4 panels) 

New Building Second Level

funded**

New Building

funded**

Historic Building

funded*

* funded by The Herbst Foundation

* funded by Larry K. Toji, Jr.

funded***

*** funded by Maria Matsu

 
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