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The report highlights the number, size, geographic area served, types of services, and funding sources of API nonprofits. Overall, this report suggests that more can be done to better understand the contributions made by API nonprofits within API communities and the community-at-large and to address their concerns in managing and strengthening their organizations to serve APIs, especially their financial situations. Download Report.
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The Mott Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that are working to strengthen our hometown of Flint and communities around world. For the past fifteen years, the organization has offered a wide range of services and programs to enhance and increase philanthropy by and for Asian Americans. Multiyear funding will enable AAPIP to increase membership and explore the development of new chapters in regions where Asian-American communities are growing; organize leadership development events at the chapter level, such as examining different forms of giving circles and evaluating the concept of an Asian Giving Circle; conduct research related to impacts on the social health and well-being of the Asian-American community; and complete and disseminate a report analyzing 20 years of giving to Asian-American communities by the top 20 foundations.
Our members include foundations, staff and trustees of grantmaking institutions, and nonprofit organizations in ten regional chapters across the United States. AAPIP engages communities and philanthropy to address unmet needs; serves as a resource for and about AAPI communities; supports and facilitates giving by and to AAPI communities; and incubates new ideas and approaches to building democratic philanthropy. AAPIP leverages, builds and accesses philanthropic capital for our communities to develop their capacity to meet community needs and solve systemic inequities.
Oakland, California www. It works to increase Asian American and Pacific Islander participation and leadership in philanthropy, serves as a resource for and about Asian immigrant communities, and supports and facilitates giving by and to these communities. This grant will provide general support for the organization and its programs, contributing to salaries, overhead, and direct program expenses.
Falling on Nov. Without endorsing every campaign or project from every organization, NBC Asian America would like to encourage readers to visit these and other nonprofit organizations in order to decide whether to contribute or to volunteer. Join us as we mount a collective pushback against organized hate in our country. AALDEF focuses on issues such as immigrant rights, civic participation and voting rights, economic justice for workers, language access to services, educational equity, housing and environmental justice, and the elimination of anti-Asian violence, police misconduct, and human trafficking.
Mission: To increase the leadership and participation of Asian Pacific Americans APA in the philanthropic sector; to connect philanthropy with APA and other immigrant and refugee communities; and to increase resources to these underserved populations. Its members include the staff and trustees of grantmaking institutions, and nonprofit service and advocacy organizations serving APA communities. The campaign has already completed a national book tour for Asian American Women: Issues, Concerns, and Responsive Human and Civil Rights Advocacyand is planning to make capacity-building grants to key organizations advocating on behalf of APA women; conduct an education and awareness-raising campaign about APA women's issues; and lay the groundwork for a collaborative fund to seed the initiative's social-justice agenda. The organization also is launching a national initiative to engage APA donors through giving circles, with plans to establish one national and four regional circles in