Ways to Give
APIASF was founded by active corporate citizenship and was launched in large part thanks to private sector funds. Today, much of that support comes from a diversity of corporations, but has also grown to include the generous support of individuals and foundations.
The support that APIASF provides to underserved Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPIs) from all 50 states, in the U.S. Territories, and the Freely Associated States is impossible without the generous support of individuals, foundations, and corporate sponsorships.
Thank you for taking the time to consider the following ways that you, too, can contribute to building a more vibrant America:
|Make an Online Donation||Donate by Mail||Donate Stock||Donate at Work|
|In-Kind Donations||Create a Scholarship Program||Event Sponsorship||Volunteer|
Make an Online Donation
Donating online is easy, fast, and secure. Simply click on the button below and you will be directed to a secure donation website hosted by Network for Good.
Donate by Mail
Please make checks payable to "APIASF" and mail to:
2025 M Street NW, Suite 610
Washington, D.C. 20036
To donate stock, please contact Tom Hayashi, Vice President, Development and External Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate at Work
Federal and State Employees: Combined Federal Campaign
Please visit our Combined Federal Campaign site to learn more about how you can easily donate through your work! Click here.
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Private Sector Employees: Matching Gifts
Many companies offer a "matching gift" benefit to their employees to encourage charitable giving. Sometimes the gifts of retirees, members of the board of directors, and spouses are also eligible. Some companies without formal programs will match your gift, if you ask. Please check with your benefits manager.
To submit a matching gift to APIASF, please request a matching gift application from your benefits manager or Human Resources office. Policies may vary and certain restrictions can apply. Some gift applications are web-based or can be completed via automated phone applications. Paper applications may be sent, along with your gift, to:
2025 M Street NW, Suite 610
Washington, D.C 20036
Once APIASF receives your information, we will verify your gift and complete the process. Your employer will then send an additional gift to APIASF on your behalf.
Give In-Kind Donations
Every fall, APIASF hosts its annual Today's Minds, Tomorrow's Future ® Scholarship Benefit in New York City. The proceeds from the Scholarship Benefit help APIASF continue to improve the lives of Asian American and Pacific Islander students by providing them with resources that increase access to higher education and serve as the foundation for their future success and contributions to a more vibrant America.
If you are interested in donating an item to the Silent Auction, please contact Florie Mendiola, Development Manager, at email@example.com.
Additionally, we welcome your support with APIASF community receptions that are held across the country where we are able to introduce our mission to the community and recognize our scholarship recipients. Participants include APIASF's Board of Directors & Advisory Council, local community members and corporate representatives, and Scholars. In-kind donations of venue, products, and services for events are greatly appreciated.
If you are interested in making an in-kind donation, please contact Florie Mendiola, Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Create a Scholarship Program
APIASF welcomes corporations, foundations, community groups, and individuals who would like to make an investment in tomorrow's future by creating a scholarship program with APIASF. With the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) populations predicted to reach 41 million by 2050 according to the U.S. Census, the AAPI community as a source for future leaders who will excel in their career and serve as role models in their communities cannot be ignored.
To learn more about the need for scholarship for AAPI students, please click here.
To learn more about the APIASF Scholarship Program, please click here.
To learn more about current APIASF scholarship opportunities and who supports them, please click here.
To learn more about creating a scholarship program with APIASF, please contact Tom Hayashi, Vice President, Development and External Relations, and email@example.com.
Sponsor an Event
APIASF Scholarship Benefit
The Today's Minds, Tomorrow's Future ® Scholarship Benefit is our premier annual event, attended by more than 350 Scholars, community members, government officials and corporate representatives. The proceeds from the Scholarship Benefit will help APIASF continue to improve the lives of Asian and Pacific Islander American students by providing them with resources that increase access to higher education and serve as the foundation for their future success and contributions to a stronger America. To learn more about the scholarship benefit, please click here.
Career Development Workshop
Every fall, APIASF hosts a Career Development Workshop in New York City which attracts 50-75 local students and young professionals for an open forum where participants gain important advice from accomplished representatives of the corporate and government worlds through panel and roundtable discussions. Our hope is to give students not just the tools they need to succeed in their future careers, but also the exposure to the diversity of professional opportunities available for them, highlighting career paths that they might not have otherwise realized as likely places for their personal and professional growth and success.
Higher Education Summit
Each year, APIASF hosts an annual Higher Education Summit at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. Organized into a series of presentations, panels, and breakout sessions, the Higher Education Summit highlights fundamental elements of education, research and policies that are critical to higher education access and success that will ultimately contribute to strengthening Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students, families, and communities. To learn more about the Higher Education Summit, please click here.
If you would like to learn more about event sponsorship opportunities, please contact Tom Hayashi, Vice President, Development and External Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Your Time
To learn more about volunteering with APIASF, please click here.