THE AAPI CRIME VICTIMS

& EDUCATION FUND

ALL CONTRIBUTIONS ARE 501(c)(3) TAX DEDUCTIBLE

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On March 16, 2021, a mass shooting in Atlanta targeting 3 Asian-owned businesses resulted in the killing of 6 Asian American women. In response, on March 26, 2021, GAPABA, our Law Foundation, the Korean American Bar Association of Georgia (KABA-GA), and other prominent AAPI community leaders in Georgia joined forces to launch the AAPI Crime Victims & Education Fund. The Fund will seek to prevent bias-motivated violence against the AAPI community and assist victims in the aftermath of such crimes. This is the first national fund for AAPI victims of racially motivated crimes.

    To donate to the AAPI Crime Victims & Education Fund, CLICK HERE

    The AAPI Crime Victims and Education Fund will provide financial assistance to other AAPI crime victims anywhere in the United States and support educational and awareness programs aimed at reducing violence targeted towards the AAPI community. This fund is overseen by the GAPABA Law Foundation (“GLF”), the 501(c)(3) nonprofit arm of GAPABA. It will ultimately be available on a nationwide basis to provide financial assistance to other AAPI crime victims and support educational and awareness programs aimed at reducing violence targeting the AAPI community.


    GoFundMe Online donations: CLICK HERE

    To send CHECKS, DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

    Email to confirm receipt: Alice@acctresources.com | Tel. 770-632-5562

    Former U.S. Attorney BJay Pak announces the Launch of the

    AAPI Crime Victims & Education Fund

    GAPABA President-Elect Timothy Wang issues a Call to Action


        

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