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Thomas C. Layton, President and Stacie Ma’a, Vice President of the Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation received AAPIP’s second annual Banyan Tree Award. The Banyan Tree Award is presented to an individual or institution within philanthropy with a demonstrated commitment to Building Democratic Philanthropy.
Posted on: May 30, 2013
Catherine Eusebio, AAPIP Social Justice Fellow, is set to receive honors as a “Champion of Change” on May 6th as the White House celebrates fifteen Asian American and Pacific Islander women for their outstanding work to create a more equal, safe, and prosperous future for AAPI communities.
Posted on: May 3, 2013
AAPIP is pleased to announce the 2013 Banyan Tree Honorees: Thomas C. Layton, President and Stacie Ma’a, Vice President of The Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation. The Banyan Tree Award is presented to an individual or institution in philanthropy with a demonstrated commitment to Building Democratic Philanthropy.
Posted on: February 26, 2013
Peggy Saika, Executive Director
What if each of us fully embraced the power of leveraging individual action for collective good? What if we all shared a vision that the sum of our actions is greater than the parts alone?
Posted on: December 2, 2012
Noelle Ito, AAPIP Director of Community Philanthropy, received a White House “Champion of Change” award on August 17, 2012 as part of President Barack Obama’s Winning the Future initiative. Honorees are selected by the White House Office of Public Engagement, in partnership with AmeriCorp Alumni and the Corporation for National & Community Service. Noelle served with the AmeriCorp National Youth Service Project in Washington DC at the beginning of her career in the public interest.
Posted on: August 15, 2012