NAAAP-NY and CAPA invite you to our next Talk Tuesday
featuring Collaborative Opportunities for Raising Empowerment, Inc. and Project by Project.
The Talk Tuesday series connects numerous Asian
American groups in the New York metropolitan area.
It's a great networking opportunity! Join us to learn
more about these different groups and the objectives
they seek to accomplish through their organizations.
Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 or later
Address: 645 9th Avenue
Cross Streets: Between 45th and 46th Street
Directions by subway: 1, 2, 3, 7, A, C, E, N, R, W to Times Square, 42nd Street
Talk Tuesday is free! Please support our gracious venue host with the purchase of food or beverages.
FEATURED GUEST PARTNERS:
COLLABORATIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR RAISING EMPOWERMENT, INC (CORE)
Collaborative Opportunities for Raising Empowerment, Inc. (CORE) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization composed of a volunteer group of young Filipino professionals in the New York Tri-State area. CORE's primary vision is to empower Filipino professionals as a collective body in the United States. It also seeks to provide an avenue for socio-economic involvement to build a stronger Filipino American community. For more information, please visit our website at www.core-nyc.org
CORE connects you to Community, Culture, and Career Opportunities
CORE promotes Personal, Professional and Philanthropic Empowerment
Sep 13 -- Scavenger Hunt Fundraiser
Sep 27 -- Kaisahan Endless Summer Fundraiser
Oct 8 -- 5th Annual Pool Tournament Fundraiser
Oct 23 -- CORE's Signature Speaker Series Event
Oct 31 -- Halloween Happy Hour
Nov 6 -- Write to Our Culture Performace Showcase Fundraiser
PROJECT BY PROJECT
Project by Project, a 100 percent volunteer-run Asian Pacific American (APA) non-profit organization, will host its 10th Plate by Plate Annual Tasting Benefit in New York
. The event showcases New York City 's premier restaurants
and silent auction programs, and is attended by over 750 food and wine loving guests who look forward to sampling what the city's best has to offer.
The Plate by Plate Annual Tasting Benefit is Project by Project's signature event. The event provides leaders of the restaurant and beverage business the opportunity to showcase their culinary artwork to benefit Project by Project's 2008 non-profit community partner.
This year, all proceeds will go towards Voice Your Vote NY, a campaign to empower voters in the APA community of New York . Voice Your Vote NY is a partnership between APIAVote, YKASEC - Empowering the Korean American Community
, Chhaya CDC
, Organization of Chinese Americans
- NY (OCA-NY) and Project by Project. Voice Your Voice NY is a collaborative campaign that leverages expertise and resources from each partner organization. The funds will contribute to voter registration, voter mobilization, and voter education.
Participating restaurant and beverage purveyors include new and upscale selections, such as Bouley, Highline, Morimoto, Red Egg, Riingo, SouthGate, Gus Grownup Soda, Honest Tea
, Ito-En, Bedell Cellars
, Quady Winery, and much more.
Date: Friday, October 3, 2008
Location: Skylight, 275 Hudson Street , New York , NY 10013
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. VIP Reception
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Main Event
for additional information.
About the Talk Tuesday Series
For event inquiries please emailtalktuesday@...
"Talk Tuesday" is co-sponsored by the National
Association of Asian American Professionals-NY Chapter
(NAAAP-NY) and the Coalition of Asian Pacific
Americans (CAPA) every 2nd Tuesday of the month, from
6:30 to 8:00 pm. Each month we invite a 3rd "guest"
organization for a networking/business card exchange
event. Cash Bar. No RSVP required.
The National Association of Asian American
Professionals-NY (NAAAP-NY) is a 501(c)(3)
volunteer-based nonprofit organization comprised of
professionals, entrepreneurs and graduate students in
the New York Metropolitan area. Founded in New York
City in 1982, NAAAP is the premier leadership proving
ground for Asian Pacific North American professionals
with over 2,500 members and an audience of over 11,000
representing 25 cities from coast to coast across the
continental U.S. and Canada. Please visit NAAAP-NY atwww.naaapny.org
The Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans (CAPA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Pan-Asian organization working together to build a sense of community. For over 28 years, we have been organizing and fundraising for the Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival. Usually held on the first Sunday in May, CAPA's free outdoor event includes live music and dance performances, children's program, crafts, martial arts, information and food booths from over 100 different organizations. For information on volunteering, sponsoring, or exhibiting at our next Festival, please email CAPA at info@...
or visit our website at www.capaonline.org