Little Bloomsbury Foundation’s mission is to “Promote Peace and Hope in an Uncertain World” through free and family-friendly programs in the arts and Humanities. It is the Official Organizer of the three-day Annual Little Bloomsbury Art & Music Festival at Little Bloomsbury, Logan on the last weekend of April, the Little Bloomsbury Teen Summer Leadership Training Camp, and the Cache County Fair Art Show at the Pavilion on the second weekend of August. Due to the emphasis on music, chess, calligraphy, and paintings as the four components of character refinement in the Chinese culture, the Foundation also hosts a weekly Chinese Cultural Workshop and a Summer Chinese Concert at the Logan Tabernacle.
The Foundation supports a Community Service Partner each year in promoting their non-profit services to participants of the Foundation’s activities. Examples of non-profit organizations it has supported are Engineers Without Borders, Utah Adoption Exchange, Habitat for Humanity, and Boys and Girls Club. To further its mission, the Foundation also encourages social entrepreneurial projects by independent artists in film, television, and radio and is the Development Sponsor of “Wan Li Lu Ten Thousand Miles,” a trilingual radio program in English, Chinese, and Spanish to be launched from Cache Valley.
Little Bloomsbury Foundation’s activities are all free and open to all ages.