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Collective Philanthropy Project

The Collective Philanthropy Project (CPP) is an initiative for Vietnamese students and community organizations to collaborate and partner with in working towards one charitable cause. CPP assists North American Vietnamese nonprofit/philanthropic organizations to better achieve their mission through collective and collaborative partnership with UNAVSA.

2020 Project

Voter participation for Asian Americans is especially low for age range 18-34. We’re on a mission to register 100,000 AAPIs by the 2020 Elections. We are doing this by raising awareness, providing education, and giving a space for civic engagement on the local, regional, and national scale. 

Mentorship Program

Our Mentorship Program seeks to engage alumni with high potential members to help develop the next generation of Vietnamese leaders and professionals through lived experiences in their career paths and with their involvements within the community.

VSAcademy

At VSAcademy, we are all about the love of knowledge and delivering a beautiful learning experience. VSAcademy offers curated content to educate Vietnamese American & Canadian young leaders. We encourage our constituents to experience the world of knowledge through a variety of mediums – videos, podcasts, playlists, articles, etc. 

Our Updates

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Join UNAVSA’s Civic Engagement Committees for a mid-Viet Advocacy Week trà (tea) and cà phê (coffee)—or any beverage of your choice—break as we check-in with each other, hang out, work on our zines together, and have a casual discussion about how the non-profit system impacts movements and organizing.

If you pre-registered for a care package, it should arrive by our event so you can work on your zine with us and sip on a beverage during the call. If not, join us anyway with your favorite drink - we’ll provide a way for you to work on it without a physical copy!

This event will be held Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 5 PM PT / 6 PM MT / 7 PM CT / 8 PM ET over Zoom. Attendees are not required to be part of the UNAVSA community to participate. Register here: bit.ly/vaw-day-3

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[ABOUT VIET ADVOCACY WEEK]

REFRAME. ENGAGE. ADVOCATE.

UNAVSA is excited to announce the return of our long-awaited Vietnamese Advocacy Week from September 20th to September 24!

Over the course of the year, we have seen constituents engage with advocacy in new ways, ongoing discussions and political education, and grapple with intense social and political events around the world. We know that there is still always work to be done and that our constituents will join that call to action. Advocacy Month will cover a range of issues—ranging from anti-violence and abolition to combating disinformation and healing ourselves—that affect Vietnamese communities in the United States, Canada, and abroad. There will be webinars, infographics, and resources released throughout the week. Follow our event page and website to stay updated on everything to come!
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Join UNAVSA’s Civic Engagement Committees for a mid-Viet Advocacy Week trà (tea) and cà phê (coffee)—or any beverage of your choice—break as we check-in with each other, hang out, work on our zines together, and have a casual discussion about how the non-profit system impacts movements and organizing.

If you pre-registered for a care package, it should arrive by our event so you can work on your zine with us and sip on a beverage during the call. If not, join us anyway with your favorite drink - we’ll provide a way for you to work on it without a physical copy!

This event will be held Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 5 PM PT / 6 PM MT / 7 PM CT / 8 PM ET over Zoom. Attendees are not required to be part of the UNAVSA community to participate. Register here: bit.ly/vaw-day-3

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[ABOUT VIET ADVOCACY WEEK]

REFRAME. ENGAGE. ADVOCATE.

UNAVSA is excited to announce the return of our long-awaited Vietnamese Advocacy Week from September 20th to September 24!

Over the course of the year, we have seen constituents engage with advocacy in new ways, ongoing discussions and political education, and grapple with intense social and political events around the world. We know that there is still always work to be done and that our constituents will join that call to action. Advocacy Month will cover a range of issues—ranging from anti-violence and abolition to combating disinformation and healing ourselves—that affect Vietnamese communities in the United States, Canada, and abroad. There will be webinars, infographics, and resources released throughout the week. Follow our event page and website to stay updated on everything to come!

UNAVSA is excited to announce the return of our long-awaited Vietnamese Advocacy Week from September 20th to September 24!

Over the course of the year, we have seen constituents engage with advocacy in new ways, ongoing discussions and political education, and grapple with intense social and political events around the world. We know that there is still always work to be done and that our constituents will join that call to action. Advocacy Month will cover a range of issues—ranging from anti-violence and abolition to healing ourselves—that affect Vietnamese communities in the United States, Canada, and abroad. There will be webinars, infographics, and resources released throughout the week. Follow our event page and website to stay updated on everything to come!

Pre-register at bit.ly/VietAdvocacyWeek for additional updates and information!
... See MoreSee Less

UNAVSA is excited to announce the return of our long-awaited Vietnamese Advocacy Week from September 20th to September 24!

Over the course of the year, we have seen constituents engage with advocacy in new ways, ongoing discussions and political education, and grapple with intense social and political events around the world. We know that there is still always work to be done and that our constituents will join that call to action. Advocacy Month will cover a range of issues—ranging from anti-violence and abolition to healing ourselves—that affect Vietnamese communities in the United States, Canada, and abroad. There will be webinars, infographics, and resources released throughout the week. Follow our event page and website to stay updated on everything to come!

Pre-register at bit.ly/VietAdvocacyWeek for additional updates and information!

Wrapping out their term, the Alumni Relations (AR) team is excited to share “Cooking for Change”, a compilation of recipes by UNAVSAlumni at bit.ly/cookingforchange. Enjoy our personal touch on classic recipes such as tôm mật ong (honey walnut shrimp), thịt kho tàu (braised pork), cà phê sữa đá (iced coffee), and much more!

We invite you to join us in the kitchen and try out your own recipes - if you would like to add your own to the virtual recipe book as an alumni, please reach out to us at alumni.relations@unavsa.org!

#cookingforchange #UNAVSA #yoUNAVSA #recipebook
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Wrapping out their term, the Alumni Relations (AR) team is excited to share “Cooking for Change”, a compilation of recipes by UNAVSAlumni at bit.ly/cookingforchange. Enjoy our personal touch on classic recipes such as tôm mật ong (honey walnut shrimp), thịt kho tàu (braised pork), cà phê sữa đá (iced coffee), and much more!

We invite you to join us in the kitchen and try out your own recipes - if you would like to add your own to the virtual recipe book as an alumni, please reach out to us at alumni.relations@unavsa.org!

#cookingforchange #UNAVSA #yoUNAVSA #recipebookImage attachment
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