New York

Every year, Project by Project selects a non-profit partner based on a theme or issue that addresses current needs in the Asian American community. Check out these amazing organizations that we partnered up with and the themes we have focused on!


2018 – Asian Americans & Immigration

Call for 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
Call for Application
2018 Application Here

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Submit applications to:

2017 – PbP’s 20th Anniversary
Project LEAD 2017

2016 – LGBTQ
National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA)

2015 – Housing
Asian Americans for Equality – Equality Fund

2014 – Mental Health
Henry Street Settlement (HSS)

2013 – The Arts
Film News Now Foundation

2012 – PbP’s 15 Year Anniversary

2011 – Education (Academics)
Chinatown Youth Initiatives (CYI)

2010 – Health Care
Hamilton-Madison House (HMH)

2009 – Economy
Asian Americans For Equality (AAFE)

2008 – Politics
Voice Your Vote NY:
MinKwon Center for Community Action (formerly YKASEC)




2007 – PbP’s 10 Year Anniversary

2006 – Media Arts
Asian CineVision (ACV)

2005 – Human Trafficking
End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes-USA

2004 – Adult New Immigrants
The International Center (ICNY)

2003 – Mental Health
Coalition of Asian American Children and Families/Project CORE (CACF)

2002 – Youth Mentorship
Apex for Youth (formerly Asian Professional Extension-APEX)

2001 – Literary Arts (Funds were also donated to the 9/11 Fund created by The Asian American Federation of NY)
Asian American Writer’s Workshop (AAWW)

2000 – New Immigrants
The Child Center of NY (formerly Queens Child Guidance Center/Asian Outreach Division-QCGC)

1999 – Anti-Asian Violence
Coalition Against Anti Asian Violence (CAAAV)

1998 – Domestic Violnce
WomanKind (formerly New York Asian Women’s Center-NYAWC)


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