Noteworthy Events, News, and Resources
This regional nonprofit snapshot is a follow-up analysis to Seeking to Soar, zooming in to better understand the AAPI nonprofit …
In collaboration with AAPI Data, AAPIP produced a report on the state of the nonprofit sector among Asian Americans, Native …
After the devastating wildfires in Maui, how is philanthropy (local and mainland) responding and what more needs to be done? …
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) expands and mobilizes resources for AAPI communities to build a more just and equitable society.
For every $100 awarded by foundations, only 20 cents is designated to Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.
Philanthropic support for AANHPI communities needs to dramatically increase to meet the current and growing needs of over 30 million AANHPI people.Read Seeking to Soar Report
Featured Report: Invisible Ink
For too long, AANHPI communities have been invisiblized and misunderstood. Understanding the needs of AANHPI communities requires responsible media coverage. Read our recommendations for more responsible media coverage of AANHPI communities.Explore Invisible Ink Report
AAPIP's Call for Solidarity and Collective Action in Philanthropy
AAPIP organized a group of Asian American philanthropic leaders and issued a call for solidarity and collective action in philanthropy. Over 500 institutions and individuals signed on, making a commitment to work in multi-racial coalitions to combat systemic racism, reject the model minority stereotype and recognizing the vast diversity within AAPI communities, and expanding philanthropic support for AAPI communities and all communities of color. Explore the full list of signatories and call to action.View signatories and call to action