HELP US RAISE $2,000 IN HONOR OF AAJC
HELP US RAISE $2,000 IN HONOR OF AAJC’s 20 YEARS OF ADVANCING EQUALITY AND JUSTICE BY DECEMBER 31st!
For the past 20 years, the Asian American Justice Center (AAJC), a member of the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice, has fought tirelessly on behalf of the Asian American community to effect real and lasting change. We couldn’t have done it without the generosity of friends like you.
With your tax-deductible donation, you can contribute to an organization dedicated to improving the lives of Asian Americans and other underserved communities. AAJC’s diverse program areas include immigration, broadband access, fair media representation, affirmative action, youth advocacy, community engagement, census and voting rights.
We need your help to continue our work to ensure a fair and equitable society, and your $20 donation will make an impact. AAJC has recently announced a major challenge grant which allows us to match new donations to AAJC dollar for dollar. Support AAJC before the end of the year and your gift will count double!
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY
1.) Click here to make your tax-deductible donation.
2.) Forward this email to your networks.
YOUR GIFT TO AAJC WILL:
∙ Support our programmatic work on a variety of issues that impact the Asian American community;
∙ Provide voice to the Asian American community in critical political elections and policy debates;
∙ Support our Youth Advisory Council and its activism on college campuses nationwide;
∙ Provide much-needed support for printed materials and local outreach efforts; and
∙ Provide for crucial research on Asian Americans and their needs as one of the fastest growing minority populations.
Please consider taking advantage of this last opportunity to support AAJC’s 20th anniversary with $20 for the 20th!
The Asian American Justice Center (www.advancingequality.org), a member of the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice (www.advancingjustice.org), works closely with the other Advancing Justice members-the Asian American Institute in Chicago (www.aaichicago.org), the Asian Law Caucus (www.asianlawcaucus.org) in San Francisco and the Asian Pacific American Legal Center (www.apalc.org) in Los Angeles-to promote a fair and equitable society for all by working for civil and human rights and empowering Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities.