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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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The Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations (UNAVSA) knows that you’re eager to send your donations off to our beneficiary, Messengers of Love! But let’s make sure all donations are flying to the right place!

There are 3 ways to ensure that your donations land in the right spot: via Check by Mail, PayPal, and Facebook. Please check out our visual guides to help you navigate your preferred method of donating.

For more detailed instructions, please read below. (Please be sure to use these methods if you wish to have it counted towards UNAVSA’s CPP contribution.)

1. Sending Check via Mail
- Please send the check to the following address:
Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations (UNAVSA)
340 S. LEMON AVE. #8246
WALNUT, CA 91789
- On the "FROM" heading, please put the name of the sender and the organization that is submitting the donation. On a separate sheet of paper inside the envelope, please specifically state the sender (school/org affiliation), a person of contact (i.e. name, phone number, and email), and an indication that the donation is for CPP 2020-2021.
- If you are sending a personal check, we highly recommend that you purchase a tracking number through an official service, (i.e. UPS or USPS Tracking with a NetStamp or Mailing Label), to prevent your shipment from getting lost during processing.

2. PayPal Giving Fund
- Please submit donations through UNAVSA's Paypal Giving Fund link at donate.unavsa.org. Select your donation amount and select the tickbox that states "Share my name and email with this charity." We will use this to verify s[ecyour organization's donation. Make sure your information matches what is submitted on this form.

3. Facebook Donation
- Visit the Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations (UNAVSA) organization page. Click the "Donate" button visible on the cover photo. Select your organization's donation amount through "Other", set frequency as "One-off Donation", and your payment method. Once everything is set correctly, click "Donate [amount]" to confirm. You will receive an email confirmation through Facebook to your registered email.

Like the Messengers of Love Facebook page (facebook.com/MessengersOfLove.MOL) or visit their website (messengersoflove.com)!

If you have any questions or are interested in contributing to the campaign, please contact the CPP Campaign Committee cpp.campaign@unavsa.org!

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What are pods? What is "podmapping?" Join us as we introduce this transformative justice tool to build our responses to violence, harm and abuse. This interactive workshop is presented by our very own UNAVSA members Theresa Vu and Pong Muangchan.

We encourage community members to attend with someone they would go to if they experienced harm.

The latter half of the call will be a discussion where we reflect on our pods, and imagine possibilities for tough questions we might have for each other.

Closed Captioning in English through Zoom Live Transcription will be provided.

RSVP required: bit.ly/unavsapods0614

New start time of 9:30pm ET
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As a volunteer-led, volunteer-run organization, UNAVSA relies on personal donations of our community members and organization partners to sustain our work. To support this event and other UNAVSA projects and campaigns, you can make a donation here. unavsa.org/donate/

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  info@unavsa.org
  340 S Lemon Ave #8124
Walnut, CA 91789