The purpose of the Las Vegas Okinawan Club is to improve the well-being, health and quality of life of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, immigrant families and other community members by advocating for social-economic equity, sharing resources and empowering individuals through education, training and public awareness campaigns to create vibrant multicultural community by promoting Okinawan culture.
Las Vegas Okinawan Club, also known as "Las Vegas Okinawa Kenjinkai" is a non-profit organization based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Our goal is to improve the well-being, health and quality of life of Las Vegas community members and to create a vibrant multicultural community while promoting Okinawan culture.
Las Vegas Okinawan Club memberes include Okinawans, Japanese, those who have a relationship with Okinawa or are interested in Okinawan and Japanese people and its culture. We have members who are Okinawan, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Hawaiian, African American and other ethnicities. It is important that our club stays inclusive to all of our community members including other cultures, ethnicities and LGBTQ community members. As of February 2022, there are approximately 150 people including individual members, family members, business members and supporters. Everyone is welcome!
Las Vegas Okinawan Club does not discriminate by age, ethnicity, race, color, creed, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression. We welcome everyone. We are LGBTQ friendly.