Metro D.C.

Our region is home to many Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) advocacy organizations, national funders as well as government agencies. Members of our chapter hail from Washington D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia. Alongside two giving circles, we recognize the need to serve as a resource and connect local grant makers and donors to AAPI nonprofits and issues in our local community.

We produce the CONNECT! Guide, the first directory of its kind to highlight AAPI serving organizations in the Washington, DC area that provides useful information for donors, volunteers and the philanthropy regionally.

About

The Metro D.C. chapter’s long-term goals are to:

  • Raise awareness in the field of philanthropy, among members, partner organizations and constituents within the region about critical issues facing our communities;
  • Expand and increase the impact of community philanthropy within the region by helping to grow and support local Giving Circles and;
  • Serve as a resource and a champion for the AAPI community.

Leadership

2020-2021 Chapter Co-Chairs

  • Hanh Le, The Weissberg Foundation, Executive Director
  • Rosie AbriamThe Leader Project, Chief Operating Officer

Institutions

Our Institutional Members:

  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Eugene & Agnes E. Meyer Foundation

Designated staff and trustees of our institutional members receive full membership benefits. For more information or questions, please contact Maya Iwata, Vice President of Partnerships, at .

CONNECT! Guide

The Metropolitan Washington DC/Baltimore Chapter of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) is proud to bring you the 2nd edition of the CONNECT! Guide to Nonprofits Serving Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our region. This guide introduces 40 nonprofit organizations serving the Greater Washington, DC metro area. Publication Date: 03/06/2014

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