Thank you for the support at the Kick Off Mixer!

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The Kick Off Mixer was a smashing success with a great turnout! We were happy to meet many new faces from the community along with past and present PbP members together showing support for this year's theme. It was a jovial evening filled with food and drinks, and of course the long awaited announcement of our 2019 beneficiary partner: Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF).

CPAF was a natural choice as our partner for this year's theme of Homelessness for the important initiatives in which they provide transitional and long-term housing solutions. Additionally CPAF aims to reduce homelessness by addressing the root causes of homelessness.

For more information please see our full press release announcing our partnership with CPAF.

PbPLA Steering Committee members honored to be joined by Debra Suh from CPAF.  Ms. Suh spoke in detail about CPAF's initiatives aimed at eliminating homelessness in the API community.

PbPLA Steering Committee members honored to be joined by Debra Suh from CPAF.
Ms. Suh spoke in detail about CPAF's initiatives aimed at eliminating homelessness in the API community.

 UPCOMING PbP-LA EVENT DATES

Save the Date for these Events

  • May 21st - API Heritage Month Panel on homelessness

    • Featuring speakers from non-profit, government, and social enterprise

  • June 18th - Plate by Plate 2019 Ticket Launch! πŸŽ‰

  • August 3rd - 2019 Plate by Plate

  • October 26th - Project LEAD Hackathon

PbP-LA COMMUNITY EVENT
Through our awareness campaign and our volunteer support at community events, Project by Project aims to bring the issue of homelessness to light by highlighting the critical work CPAF has done to provide support and bring resources to the growing API homeless population. Join us on for a special speakers panel on May 21st at General Assembly DTLA covering β€œAsian Americans and Homelessness,” featuring experts from non-profit, government, and social enterprise to discuss their role in combating and preventing homelessness in LA County. This event is free to attend and open to the public.

RSVP to this FREE event here!


Events In the Community

Visual Communications, PbP's beneficiary partner in 2006, is hosting its signature annual celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month from Thursday, May 2nd to Friday, May 11th, 2019. You are invited to enjoy the numerous films that highlight the narratives and perspectives of AAPI's diversity.

Visit the festival website

PbP-LA, will be co-presenting a film with our 2018 beneficiary partner, OCA-GLA, on Wednesday, May 8, 7:00 pm, at the Regal LA Live: A Barco Innovation Center. The screening is "Elizabeth Sung, From Actor to Icon", about APA screen pioneer Elizabeth Sung who passed away last year.

This event is FREE! Click to reserve tickets and for more information