Asian Hall of Fame is the premiere global organization of Asian excellence and racial equity. It fosters year-round support to elevate Asian representation and prevent violence by amplifying survivors of war, trauma and human trafficking. This year, donations give Asian hate crime survivors the mental health counseling and medical care they need. Grants to survivors empower them to educate the public with their artwork, book and other artistic platforms. All donations are matched by Robert Chinn Foundation. Change a life and end violence by joining the Stop Asian Hate Initiative today.
Who is Asian Hall of Fame? Established in 2004, Asian Hall of Fame advocates for more than 4 billion Asians, AAPI, native and indigenous tribes. Asian Hall of Fame corrects the undervaluation of Asian contributions and has inducted martial arts icon Bruce Lee, Olympic skating champion Kristi Yamaguchi, and many other leaders. It fosters year-round events to advance trauma recovery, digital equity, disabilities inclusion and Asian inclusion in national narratives. Asian Hall of Fame was established by sixth-generation philanthropy Robert Chinn Foundation. Seattle financial pioneer Robert Chinn founded United Savings and Loan in 1960, the first Asian-owned bank in the United States, to advance economic mobility and fight redlining against Asian families denied mortgages and small business loans.
Asian Hall of Fame is a non-profit 501(c)(3) EIN 85-2003712. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. For DAF grants, checks, and gifts of stock make the check payable to Asian Hall of Fame, 281 E. Colorado Boulevard, Number 2245, Pasadena CA 91102. For more information, please visit www.asianhalloffame.org.
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