The Slants Foundation is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to changing culture using arts and activism. The organization amplifies underrepresented voices, especially those within the Asian American community and those addressing controversial and timely issues through a social justice lens, and uses that momentum to drive systems transformation.
Indian Health Camp is a non-profit organization to provide health awareness, chronic diseases screening and prevention via diagnostic services and other medical testing for uninsured and underinsured individuals in the Community via heath fair activities in New Jersey. The organization is incorporated exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes particularly to enhance the quality of life for individuals who do not have medical insurance, who are underinsured or cannot afford adequate medical screening, early detection and intervention.
Through a network of leaders, members, friends, family, and business partnerships, Golden Lotus Foundation connects and brings communities together through community involvement, participation in diversity, Asian ethnic projects, city wide events, and engages in call to action requests by city and county partnerships. The inclusive philosophy of Golden Lotus Foundation works passionately to reconnect Asian Americans with their cultural heritage, but it also seeks to inspire locals and tourists with the universally captivating art, foods, music, dance and customs of Asian cultures. Golden Lotus Foundation provides vital support for Asian American advocacy and inter-generational opportunities to experience Asian traditions.
The Asian & Asian American Studies Program at UMass Amherst is like an interdisciplinary minor that is open to all undergraduate students and provides with (1) a thorough understanding of both Asian and Asian American histories, experiences, and contemporary issues and (2) multi-disciplinary and multi-method research, analysis, and critical thinking skills, both of which prepare students for the increasingly diverse, globalized, and interconnected world of the 21st century. We also promote a comprehensive and critical understanding of historical and ongoing issues related to social justice and equity for Asians and Asian Americans and other communities of color in the U.S.
We are an inspired team of writers, designers, developers and thinkers who come together to innovate on behalf of incredible women leaders. While we work across industries and geographies and sectors, from iconic brands to startups, we do it through one universal mission: to elevate the female experience .
SF-Shanghai Association exist for serving the limited English speaking Chinese/Asian community to improve their quality of lives in America.Volunteers will work together to help immigrants and visiting students in all aspects, including health, career development, family needs, and education.
SF-Shanghai Association recruits volunteers to actively participate in civil engagements including but not limited to encouraging citizens to express voices by voting, promoting voter education, promoting assimilation/transition to mainstream culture, and promoting cultural reciprocities.
From humble beginnings in 1982 , the Chinese Culture and Community Service Center Inc. (CCACC) has grown into one of the well-known nonprofit community organizations in the Washington metropolitan area, by providing a wide variety of services through Adult Day Healthcare, Clinic Healthcare, Home Care, Youth Education, Art and Culture Promotion, Nutrition Program, Adult Literacy Program, Tax Filing Service, Occupational Assistance, etc. for seniors, youths, low-income, non-native English speakers, and any individuals in need. With over 100,000 beneficiaries each year, CCACC is committed to improve, expand, strengthen and explore the service programs to bring the community together.
Founded in 1980, BPSOS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, with the mission to “empower, organize and equip Vietnamese refugees and immigrants in their pursuit of liberty and dignity.” Over the past 41 years we have directly assisted approximately 120,000 Vietnamese in multiple US states, addressing urgent needs specific to local communities. Our bilingual and bicultural staff provide direct services in the following program areas: disaster relief, immigration, civic engagement, worker’s rights, occupational health, mental health, health education, health access, domestic violence, family wellness, and adult education. Recently, we have addressed COVID-19 pandemic by addressing vaccine hesitancy and assisting with vaccination appointments.
For over 20 years, the Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay (VACCEB) has been a refuge and resource for low-income, South-East Asians and other underrepresented immigrant communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. VACCEB provides a variety of support services including access to nutritious meal deliveries, senior social and wellness programs, housing assistance, immigration legal services, ESL, citizenship, and digital literacy classes, anti-crime and anti-hate education, and employment development. Our programs are designed to provide our clients and their families the support they need to become self-sufficient within a year after their arrival to the United States.
Maui AIDS Foundation (MAF) is a nonprofit health and social service organization promoting the sexual health of our community for over 35 years. MAF provides these vital services free of cost; Food pantry Housing assistance Linkage to medical care / medications /dental care Medicaid enrollment Prevention education LGTBQ youth / adult / family support groups HIV/HCV/STI testing and treatment Mental health services / suicide prevention Outreach in trans methadone and substance abuse clinics Naloxone substance abuse program Maui Police Department trainings Referrals for victims of domestic violence Testing / training for inmates, Maui Correctional Center Hepatitis A / B vaccinations