A 9-year-old elementary student in Provo, Utah is doing her part in preventing racism by making school libraries more inclusive.
Spark of kindness: Emi Kim, a fourth grade Westridge Elementary School student, wanted to help people of different cultures better understand each other by introducing diverse books to her school library, reported Good Morning America.
Creatives 4 Systemic Change (C4SC) and APOC are hosting a virtual fundraiser showcasing designers, artists and creatives to raise funds for charities benefitting the Asian community.
Event details: The fundraiser will be volunteer-led, and every dollar raised will be donated to charity. The event will run from June 20-July 4 on the C4SC website featuring over 60 designers, according to AnOther.
GoFundMe has launched a hub containing all fundraising campaigns dedicated to helping the AAPI community as part of its #StopAsianHate initiative.
About 100 personalities from the entertainment and fashion industries like Phillip Lim, Eva Chen, and Prabal Gurung showed their support to end the violence against the AAPI community and help the victims of hate, according to WWD.
NextShark, in partnership with Admerasia, Asian Mentoring Committee and International Secret Agents, is proud to announce a special virtual event to raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City.
The Night Market Remix virtual event will showcase the talents of music artist AJ Rafael, YouTuber Steven Lim, magician Kevin Li, chef Esther Choi, singer Priska, rap duo Year of the Ox, rapper and activist Jason Chu, rapper Ruby Ibarra, and EDM DJ and violinist Yut.
A 23-year-old woman has been rollerblading across the United States without money, food, and water for a noble cause.
Yanise Ho, who is originally from Hong Kong, attributes her love of adventure to her family. She has been interested in traveling after her visit to New Zealand when she was 15.
A devoted woman from China managed to exceed expected funds required for her younger sister’s leukemia treatment after she jokingly told the media that she would get married to help her pay the hospital bill.
Cui Qiao set a fundraising target of 500,000 yuan ($78,000) for her 14-year-old sister Cui Xiao’s cancer treatment with the help of the teenager’s school in Wuyi County in eastern China’s Zhejiang Province, according to The Paper.
Many of us have high hopes for our wedding days, but sometimes things don’t turn out quite as expected.
Jenny Ly, 25, didn’t think she would be hosting a cancer fundraiser on what would have been her wedding day. After ending her engagement to her fiancé who she had been dating for five years, Ly was left with an empty wedding venue.