2015 Donation Campaign

If you want a way to contribute, send in your donation today!

Every dollar counts so help us make a difference now! 2 easy ways to donate: 1. Donate securely on-line via the UCLA Foundation web site or 2. Donate by mail or in person at: UCLA Center for Prehospital Care c/o David Skibo 10990 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1450, Los Angeles, CA 90024 * Make checks payable to the UCLA Foundation and on the Check Memo Line Write: Mitch Sekine Fund Read about the future paramedics you are helping today by clicking on our Recipients page.

“Running for Mitch’s Medics”

Paramedic student running San Francisco Marathon to raise scholarship funds

Francesco Luna, one of our proud scholarship recipients, is putting on his running shoes again to help raise money to help future paramedic students.  Check out his story on our Pay it Forward page and make a donation here: the UCLA Foundation web site.

Cookbook with Mitch’s Favorite Recipes

A perfect gift any time! The funds go to the scholarships!

At the last curry fund-raiser, Mitch’s mom, Mrs. Emiko, sold the new 2nd edition of her cookbook filled with her easy recipes for delicious meals that were all Mitch’s favorites. The cookbook is colorful with pictures and step-by-step instructions in English and Japanese. Her first edition cookbook sold out so don’t wait to get the new 2nd edition. To get your copies, send a written request that includes your complete mailing address and a check for $20 made out to the “UCLA Foundation” with “Mitch Sekine Cookbook” on the memo line. Send your request to:

UCLA Center for Prehospital Care c/o David Skibo, Manager 10990 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1450 Los Angeles, CA 90025

The cost is only $20 including shipping. All of the funds are used to support the paramedic scholarships so get your own copy and order extras for friends and family!

Curry Fundraiser in October 2014 was a great success!

Thank you for supporting our faithful paramedics and helping us raise scholarship funds for future paramedics!

We returned to the site of the previous 2012 event – the San Fernando Valley Japanese American Community Center located at 12953 Branford Street in Pacoima. Mitch’s beloved mom, Mrs. Emiko Sekine – one of the “E’s” in the name of the E&E Café – personally cooked her famous and delicious oishii curry again. Friends and family came together and enjoyed some amazing curry, joined a raffle, shopped the hand-made gifts boutique, and learned some life-saving tips! All the funds raised went to fund more paramedic tuition scholarships at the UCLA Paramedic Education Program, Mitch’s alma mater. That’s more paramedic students that we can help achieve their dreams! Be sure to check our FaceBook page for photos or check back here soon!