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Asian Arts Initiative
1219 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Tel: (215) 557-0455
info@asianartsinitiative.org
asianartsinitiative.org
Connecting cultural expression and social change, Asian Arts Initiative uses art as a vehicle to explore the experiences of Asian Americans and the diverse communities of which we are a part. Located in Philadelphia's burgeoning Chinatown North neighborhood, Asian Arts initiative is a multidisciplinary arts center offering exhebitions, performances, artist residences, youth workshops, and a community gathering space. 


Asian Americans United
1023 Callowhill Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Tel: (215) 925-1538
aau_@aaunited.org
www.aaunited.org
Asian Americans United exists so that people of Asian ancestry in Philadelphia exercise leadership to build their communities and unite to challenge oppression.


Asian Community Health Coalition
1106 Buttonwood Street Unit A
Philadelphia, PA 19123
asiancommunityhealthcoalition@comcast.net

www.asiancommunityhealthcoalition.org
The Asian Community Health Coalition (ACHC) has its origin in a group of multiethnic Asian community organizations with a common interest in cancer health disparities. In 2000, the group established an umbrella organization, the Asian Community Cancer Coalition (ACCC). To date, the ACHC represents a partnership of 250 Asian community-based organizations and health centers in the eastern region of the U.S. and China. This partnership represents the broadest scope of Asian ethnic and language groups as well as interests in reducing health disparities through improved and culturally appropriate services, especially to underserved and uninsured Asians.


Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania
smyeh@pailp.org
www.apaba-pa.org
The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania ("APABA-PA"), formerly the Asian American Bar Association of the Delaware Valley, is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to serve a wide network of Asian Pacific American attorneys admitted or practicing in Pennsylvania, Northern Delaware and Southern New Jersey. The APABA-PA is dedicated to the advancement of its members and the Asian American community. The APABA-PA also educates its members about issues critical to Asian Pacific Americans and advances the interests of Asian Pacific American attorneys as well as the interests of the local Asian American community.


Chinese Cultural & Arts Institute
200 S 41st St
Harrisburg, PA 17111

Tel: (717) 585-7701
ccaifund@gmail.com
chineseculturalartsinstitute.org
The Chinese Cultural & Arts Insuitute (CCAI) is a non-profit organization founded in 2000 by Chen-Yu Tsuei with the goal of preserving, promoting, and celebrating Chinese culture and arts. As CCAI has grown, they have become a fatal point in the regional and Mid-Atlantic Chinese community and local community overall for providing elite training. CCAI accomplishes this through a variety of arts programs that allow students, Asian and non-Asian, to learn, study, practice and enjoy the unique arts and cultural heritage of China. 


National Association of Asian American Professionals - Philadelphia
P.O. Box 473
Philadelphia, PA 19105-0473
naaap@naaapphilly.org
www.naaapphilly.org
The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) is a volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that cultivates, supports, and promotes Asian American leaders through professional development, community service, and networking. NAAAP is a proving ground for Asian North American professionals, forging leaders of tomorrow through professional development, cultural awareness and community service today.


Penn Asian Senior Services
6926 Old York Road
Philadelphia, PA 19126
Tel: (215) 572-1234
admin@passi.us

www.passi.us

Penn Asian Senior Services' (PASSi) mission is to promote the well being of Asian American seniors and other adults who are disadvantaged by their language and cultural barriers. PASSi was established in April 2004 as Korean American Senior Services of Pennsylvania (KASSP) but in December 2005, realizing that other Asian American seniors faced silmilar gaps in available homecare services, they decided to expand the program to all Asian American communities. PASSi is now the largest home care agency in the state of Pennsylvania specializing in the care of English limited Asian seniors. 


South Asian Association of Lancaster
719 Farnum Road
Lititz, PA 17543
contact@saal.us
www.saal.us
The sole agenda of SAAL is to promote the South Asian community through several projects and events.


Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalition Inc.
1711 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Tel: (215) 467-0690
Fax: (215) 467-5301
www.seamaac.org
SEAMAAC was founded in 1984 to be an agency of service and advocacy for the Southeast Asian communities in Philadelphia. It was created to be a dynamic coalition of several Mutual Assistance Associations already serving those communities.
 


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