Save the Date! Project by Project SF announces 2015 Annual Tasting Benefit

SAVE THE DATE! Project by Project San Francisco’s 2015 Plate by Plate tasting benefit will be hosted at The Village on Saturday, September 19th. Stay tuned for more info!

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PbP SF Presents: April Happy Hour @ Southside Spirit House

Celebrate April with Project by Project SF at the always classy Southside Spirit House. We will also introduce our 2015 partner, who will be in attendance. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to meet them yourself and learn about who they are, what they do, and why we are so excited to be supporting them […]

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PbP SF’s Volunteer of the Month for March 2015

Albert Chiu has embraced his new role in the Outreach team with thoughtfulness and enthusiasm.   Throughout the partner selection process, he understood the task at hand and did his own research in identifying housing organizations that would be a good fit for PbP.  He was a good advocate for all applicants, and even wanted to maintain relationships with […]

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Audrey Fashion Show 2015

PbP-LA joined Audrey Magazine to celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Americans (APIA) in entertainment, fashion and beauty at the Audrey Fashion Show on Saturday, March 28th.

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Project by Project Los Angeles: April Newsletter

Each year the local chapters of Project by Project (Los Angeles, San Francisco, & New York) come together to address the needs of the community by emphasizing issues on awareness, volunteerism, fundraising. Each chapter selects a non-profit community-based organization that focuses on the issues of the annual theme. The chapters then select a beneficiary partner and then tailors a year-long campaign to support the organization’s fundraising, community outreach, and public awareness efforts.

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Project by Project Los Angeles: April Newsletter

Each year the local chapters of Project by Project (Los Angeles, San Francisco, & New York) come together to address the needs of the community by emphasizing issues on awareness, volunteerism, fundraising. Each chapter selects a non-profit community-based organization that focuses on the issues of the annual theme. The chapters then select a beneficiary partner and then tailors a year-long campaign to support the organization’s fundraising, community outreach, and public awareness efforts.

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Project by Project-LA Continues to Support Our Past Beneficiary Partner Visual Communications at the LAAPFF

Join Project by Project Los Angeles as we support our past beneficiary partner, Visual Communications, at their 2015 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

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Volunteer Of The Month (February & March)

February My name is Stella Yuen and I graduated with a Business Management degree from San Diego State and a Master’s in Education Counseling from USC (Fight On!). I work as a Career & Professional Development Counselor for college students & young alumni. However, I am starting a side hustle of career coaching where I […]

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