The Giving Summit™ explores and celebrates giving in its myriad forms, including volunteering, philanthropy and social enterprise. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a climate of uncertainty for everyone, yet, we have also witnessed acts of generosity and kindness across our community. Through the Giving Summit’s virtual programs, we examine how we can make a difference, especially in the lives of the most vulnerable among us, in these challenging times.

Take a look at our 2020 Giving Summit here.

 
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 @12PM ET
 
Our second Giving Summit addressed anti-Asian racism and violence in the United States. Activist and author Helen Zia and US Representative Grace Meng (D-06) provided current and historical contexts of Asian immigration, racism, and violence in the United States. Juju Chang, KACF co-founder and Co-Anchor of ABC News’ Nightline moderated this timely discussion, which took on new urgency after the shooting in Atlanta the day before. 
 
 
 
 
Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 12PM ET

Our first Giving Summit of 2021, moderated by Jeannie Park, KACF Board Member and Former Executive Editor of People Magazine, focused on the long-term effects of COVID-19 and unemployment within the Asian American and Korean American communities with updates from the ground by Linda Lee, President of the Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, and Howard Shih, Director of Research and Policy at the Asian American Federation. 

 
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