Supporting Network Organizations

We appreciate and recognize the benevolent and caring philanthropic groups who share our vision.

We are thankful for the goodwill and trust provided to our APIC Yakima civic engagement awareness, learning skills and diversity programs and projects. Collaboration with funders and supporters makes everything possible.

Our funders are the key stakeholders that allow us to network with our support groups and collaborators on critical issues for advocacy to help each other and our families. As a coalition, we rely heavily on meeting the needs and addressing critical concerns through grants which help fund positive outcomes for our BIPOC community.

Program Funders

Asian American Advancing Justice
All In Washington
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Asian Pacific Islander Coalition of Washington State
Blaine & Preciosa Tamaki Foundation
Front and Centered
Group Health Foundation
Kaiser Permanente
Latino Community Fund Washington
Perigee Fund
Seattle Foundation
Washington Statewide Capacity Collaborative
Washington Community Alliance
Yakima Valley Community Foundation

Why Give?

We fully support coalition diversity building within our BIPOC community to ensure equal representation and civic empowerment in issues that matter to our AAPI community. Our immigrant families should transition to life in Yakima Valley through civic engagement, education, and access to transitional state and federal programs.

Our mantra clearly states our purpose and vision. Join us in our activities and events; support our projects and programs. Thank You!

Donations by check should be made payable to “Yakima Valley Community Foundation” with “APIC Yakima Fund” listed in the note area.

Mail the check to:
Yakima Valley Community Foundation
111 University Parkway, Ste 102
Yakima, WA 98901

Click on the Online Donation portal to make a credit card donation to the APIC Yakima Fund at YVCF. Electronic transfer protocols can be directed to Lisa Fresco at YVCF,

Getting Involved

Getting involved means taking the time and energy to share your talents and knowledge with others. This means the project is important to you and you are willing to help others.

  • Helping at a voter registration table
  • Introducing a section on Citizenship Orientation
  • Teaching others basic computer skills
  • Sharing information with seniors on our Freedom from Fear whistles
  • Providing scholarship resource information with High School Seniors
  • Organizing a rally