June 17, 2018 By Sarah Tung At Project by Project New York (PbP-NY), we’re always excited to hear inspiring stories from the Asian American community. Stories about work-life harmony, overcoming the odds, and pursuing unconventional career paths – while remembering to give back. Generosity is at the heart of it all. How can we elevate […]

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PbP-NY Asian Heritage Month Celebration

Come celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with us! Project by Project NY is closing out the month of May with our happy hour this Thursday, May 31st – please bring your friends and join us at our happy hour/networking event. There will be cocktails and snacks at our event space next to Gansevoort Market […]

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Project by Project NY 2018 Annual Retreat Kickoff during APA Heritage Month

Project by Project NY: May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! PbP-NY goes to the Poconos! Project by Project NY (PbP-NY)’s Annual Leadership Retreat in the Poconos! Retreat Theme: Activate the Hive! What better way for PbP-NY to kickoff this year’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month than to host our Annual Leadership Retreat! We escaped the […]

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PbP-NY March 2018 Partner Selection Newsletter

Project by Project NY (PbP NY) selects Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) as its 2018 beneficiary partner! Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) is the nation’s only pan-Asian children and families’ advocacy organization, bringing together community-based organizations (CBO) as well as youth and parents to fight for equity for the […]

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Call for Partner Applications – Deadline: Friday, January 19th, 2018

PbP seeks to partner with local community-based organizations to tailor sustained campaigns to raise awareness, volunteerism, and capital support for their work with our 2018 theme, Asian Americans and Immigration. About This Years’s Theme: In 2018, Project by Project (PbP) will join American philanthropic organizations, educational institutions, community leaders, public officials, business leaders, the faith […]

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