Project by Project Los Angeles: October Newsletter


2015 Plate by Plate End of the Year Mixer

Come join Project by Project LA in celebrating and recognizing the achievements of our 2015 Steering Committee and the support you have all provided this year! We will also be celebrating our beneficiary partner, Center for the Asian Pacific Family (CPAF). Also, get the scoop on what's in store for 2016!

Sip delicious Lock & Key cocktails all night at Happy Hour prices. There will be complimentary appetizers (first come first serve) and prize giveaways every half hour. Anyone in attendance can win the following: wine baskets, NYX makeup, Shisheido skincare, Limited Edition Baijou and a trip to Mexico!

During the event, meet the PbP family and get more information about joining us for 2016. We are starting recruitment for our 2016 Project by Project LA team and we want to meet ALL of you!

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 7:00 PM – 10 PM Lock & Key 235 Vermont Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90004

Admission: $15 before 8pm, $20 8-10pm (Happy Hour prices extended all night for PbP guests) Dress Code: Business Casual, Cocktail 21 & Over

SF & NY Plate by Plate

On September 19th, and October 2nd, our brother chapters in San Francisco & New York showcased not only their finest food and beverage purveyors from their respective cities, but highlighted their local community beneficiary partners for 2015. Check out the teasers below!


Make sure to follow both New York @pbpny and San Francisco @pbpsf and catch up on all of the footage of their great events on Facebook, New York & San Francisco

LTSC Provides Insight to Affordable Housing 

LTSC is one of the most experienced developers of affordable housing in Los Angeles and they have worked with many groups in the APIA community, including our current partner the Center for the Pacific Asian Family, to develop affordable housing projects.   If you or your organization wants to help with this effort, contact Takao Suzuki at LTSC for more info:

Support & attend LTSC at their gala on November 4.  For more info:

LTSC Executive Director Dean Matsubayashi and Director of Economic Development Takao Suzuki giving an educational presentation on the need for affordable housing.

CPAF Gala For Change

PbP-LA members participated in last week's CPAF (Center for the Asian Pacific Families) Gala For Change at the historical Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. Some members volunteered while others attended as guests, all in support for our beneficiary partner, CPAF, and this year's theme of housing and homelessness.

Volunteer Of The Month (September)

Calvin is a humble, patient, and loyal member of the Volunteer Team in Project by Project. He joined PbP with the intention of helping contribute to PbP and the Asian American Community. With all the inspiration coming from the great people of PbP, he hopes to lead by example and inspire others to make a difference.

Volunteer Of The Month (October)

Denise has been very fortunate in life and has always wanted to share it with others. She is excited to be able to do so through Project by Project. Denise is an Account Manager by day and a Yogi/Rock Climber with a Netflix addiction by night.

Thank You from Project by Project LA 2015 Steering Committee

Thank you to The Great Company for sponsoring The SEED Center as our 2015 meeting space. Find out more about The Great Company.