#TogetherWeBuild
Together we build greater belonging and prosperity for AAPIs everywhere.
TAAF serves the 24 million Asian American and Pacific Islander across the country  in their pursuit of belonging and prosperity.
Through our core pillars of anti-hate, education, narrative change, and resources + representation, we're mobilizing against hate, cultivating belonging through education, and reclaiming our narratives.
Unlocking Unprecedented Change
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Walmart.org
Addressing systemic racism

In 2021, Walmart and the Walmart Foundation founded the Walmart.org Center for Racial Equity with a $100 million commitment over five years to address the systemic racism and accelerate change. Walmart joined the AAPI Giving Challenge as a founding partner to support projects that drive impact for the AAPI community.

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Center for Racial Equity
2022
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Mastercard
Celebrating the Respect for Marriage Act with the South Asian LGBTQ+ community.

Shamina Singh, founder and president of Mastercard’s Center for Inclusive Growth and Maneesh Goyal, founder & partner at SONA & SONA Home, brought together 200+ Desi/South Asian and LGBTQ+ leaders and allies for a celebration of the passage of the Respect for Marriage Act and to uplift LGBTQ+ role models in the South Asian community.

Mastercard LGBTQ+ Event
2023
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Mastercard
Supporting AAPI small businesses

As an AAPI Giving Challenge Partner, Mastercard is committed to supporting AAPIs by lifting up AAPI small businesses to advance sustainable change in historically marginalized communities.

2023
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Bank of America
Investing in Asian American communities

Bank of America is committed to supporting AAPI communities through cultural heritage programs, community involvement, and creating opportunities for professional development.

2023
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East West Bank
Investing in diverse organizations working towards advancing AAPI representation, advocacy, and justice.

As a Giving Challenge partner, East West Bank is investing in diverse organizations working towards advancing AAPI representation, advocacy, and justice. East West Bank has a decades-long history of supporting non-profits devoted to diversity and anti-discrimination efforts. In 2022, East West Bank announced it would donate upwards of $6 million to nonprofits and initiatives supporting the AAPI movement for inclusion, equality, and justice. In joining the AAPI Giving Challenge, East West Bank took their work even further by supporting LAAUNCH, a non-profit devoted to tracking discrimination-related data to better inform policymaking.

STAATUS Index
2022
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Procter & Gamble
Committed to elevating stories that embrace the AAPI experience

Procter & Gamble brings representative and equitable storytelling to embrace the AAPI experience and bring communities together. As part of their ongoing advocacy for equality and inclusion, they are taking meaningful action to elevate their partners, providing much needed support.

"The Name"
2022
Together We Build a groundbreaking movement.
$160M
Of funding went directly to 90+ AAPI Orgs
Via Giving Challenge partners in 2023.
$500k
Seeded in GoFundMe
For Emergency AAPI Relief Fund.
40,000+
Illinois Students
taught Asian American history through our support of the TEAACH Act Collaborative in the 2022-2023 school year.
$65M
Direct funding over 5 years
To portfolio strategy.
5,000+
Leaders, philanthropists, cultural influencers, and changemakers
Convened across sectors.
100+
Community Organizations
Directly supported by Giving Challenge partners.
70+
Corporate Partners
Pledged to support AAPI communities and causes.
56+
Community-based Partners
In National Anti-Hate Network.
24
Sundance Fellows and Scholars
Supported through Sundance Institute | TAAF Fellowship and Collab Scholarship with Panda Express and MacArthur Foundation.
First
AAPI House
At the 2023 Sundance Film Festival.
12
Convenings
DC, LA, NYC, Park City, SF, and virtually.
1 Muppet
1 AAPI Muppet
Ji-young debuted in 2021.