Today is the third annual #GivingTuesday! See below for all the great work NCAPA organizations are doing for our communities and how you can #giveAPA.
APIAHF influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.
APIASF works to create opportunities for students to access, complete, and succeed after post-secondary education. By making a donation - no matter the amount - you are helping to develop future leaders who will excel in their career, serve as role models in their communities, and will ultimately contribute to a vibrant America.
Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote)
Our plan at APIAVote is to ensure that the potential impact becomes a reality. Our plan starts with the youth: to educate their communities, to register voters, to get out the vote—to make the key difference. Their passion and commitment will make sure that the AAPI vote is heard, seen, and felt in November and beyond. Your donation to APIAVote today on #GivingTuesday will help empower our youth to lead a movement of potential political impact to real results on Election Day.
Join us by making a gift that will help us do more for our communities. With your help, we can:
- Guide more Asian and Pacific Islanders through the citizenship process.
- Aid more AAPI voters on election day and advocate for legislation that protects our vote.
- Drive more conversation on issues important to our communities.
- Develop more AAPI leaders of tomorrow.
Your support helps to build leaders across the country making sure our community is represented at all levels of our government. No contribution is too small to help build the political pipeline for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Over the past 15 years, APPEAL has come to rely on the generous support of our partners, Network members, communities and friends in order to continue our efforts for health justice and parity. These donations make each of our activities – whether it’s leadership training, capacity building, technical assistance and training, or advocacy and policy – not only a possibility, but an asset for the communities we serve. By donating to APPEAL, you will contribute to this work, and towards a healthy and tobacco-free Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community.
As we continue to grow and evolve, the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) remains at the forefront, committed to connecting our communities and providing the platforms, tools and resources for Asian Americans to share their stories with the world. By supporting and encouraging our communities to express and share their lived experiences, stories and ideas, we are helping to build a more inclusive society that understands and values diversity.
Your thoughtful investment will allow the JACL to continue preserving the legacy of the Japanese American community and fighting for the civil rights of all people.
A contribution to LEAP today can provide an emerging nonprofit leader with the opportunity to gain valuable leadership development, personal coaching and peer support. No matter the amount, you can help give an Asian or Pacific Islander college student a memorable and hands-on internship experience and leadership training that will lay the foundation for future success. Your donation will provide a chance and opportunity for any Asian or Pacific Islander to develop new skills, fine tune their strengths and solidify confidence in their abilities to be a leader in both the Asian and Pacific Islander communities as well in the broader society.
- After 19 years, NAPAWF remains the ONE and ONLY multi-issue organization that is focused on building a movement to advance social justice and human rights for AAPI women and girls in the United States.
- This year alone, we stopped 17 efforts to introduce racist abortion bans in local states and in the U.S. Senate. One of our proudest moments was defeating it in the deep southern state of Louisiana.
- Our Young Women's Collaborative builds leadership and advocacy in young AAPI women and girls. We help these budding activists develop and lead community-based research, and organize campaigns around women's sexual health issues. This September marked the start of the 12th cohort of this program!
Your support enables us to improve the quality of life of Asian American and Pacific Islander elders ... Your gift in any amount helps us in our mission to serve as the nation’s leading advocacy and service organization committed to the dignity, well-being, and quality of life of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders as they age.
National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD)
Did you know that there are 2 million Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders living in poverty today in the United States? This #GIVINGTUESDAY, join National CAPACD to give voice to these friends and neighbors. National CAPACD’s current network includes 100 organizations in 19 states and the Pacific Islands and ability to serve over 25 different languages and dialects.
With your generosity and involvement, you help NQAPIA bring national change to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community
With your support, OCA has been able to make an incredible impact on the APA community including:
- Engaging and empowering over 400 interns with life changing experiences in Washington, DC and across the country through the OCA Internship Program since 1989.
- Advocating for social justice issues such as affirmative action, immigration,marriage equality, naturalization assistance, racial discrimination, voter rights, and xenophobic rhetoric.
- Delivering high impact programming to communities across the United States including reaching over 500 high school students through the APA Y-Advocate program, touching over 1,300 undergraduate students over the last three years under the APIA U: Leadership Training, and mentoring over 500APA professionals through the Mentoring Asian American Professionals program in eight cities since 2009.
- Maintaining an advocacy home in Washington, DC next to Congress, the White House, and other national organizations to effectively voice our concerns for issues that are important to the APA community.
Help us reach our goal of raising $100,000 by 12/31 so that we can share more Sikh American stories in the media, educate more Americans about who we are, inspire future Sikh leaders and celebrate 20 years of working on civil rights!