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CIN & AAPIP Giving Circles
Transcript of CIN & AAPIP Giving Circles
CA Dream Circle
LA API Giving
Circle of Change
of So. Cal.
Birmingham Change Fund
Circle of Joy
Growing Black Men of Milwaukee
Asian Giving Circle
Lunar Giving Circle
Circle of Greater
Growing Community Philanthropy Across the Nation
Asian Mosaic Fund
Sankofa Fund of Southwestern PA
New Generation of African American Philanthropists- Charlotte
A Legacy of
Next Generation of African American
New Mountain Climbers
"Everyone at Devata, has given me strong, beautiful Khmer women role models to look up to. And they have helped the organization I work for with funding. And while that funding, of course, had the practical benefit of sustaining our program, it did so much more. It gave us a sense of pride and courage, because we knew it was not a gift of charity from people who simply pity the plight of Cambodian people. It is a gift from our community to our community, a symbol of self-reliance, of empowerment."
- Talaya Sin, Cambodian Community Development Inc.
"I have learned how the Nisei (2nd) generation has impacted the community and our personal lives. From harvesting of the land, to setting up small businesses, volunteering for the 100th/442nd (infantry), and guiding us through the pains of the WWII camps, they have left a significant impact on American society as a whole. The Japanese American community organizations tell me over and over again they would not have survived if it wasn't for the support and generosity of the Nisei generation. The biggest issue of all these organizations is how to involve the Sansei (3rd) generation in the community.
- Founders of Sansei Legacy of Southern California
Giving Circles 101 = Community + Philanthropy
34 Giving Circles
Over $1, 200, 000 to projects/orgs
Giving by Us and For Us!