Asian American LEAD ( supports low-income and underserved Asian Pacific-American youths with the tools and opportunities to define themselves and their futures. AALEAD currently supports 535 youths with educational empowerment, identity development and leadership opportunities through after-school, summer and mentoring programs.
Serves: Metro region

What a donation buys:

• $250 covers a weekend event for 50 youths.

• $1,000 supports one youth to participate in AALEAD programming for one year.

• $10,000 allows 10 youths to participate in AALEAD programming for one year.

 Volunteer opportunities:

• One day: Teach a workshop in cooking, résumé-writing or other topics; or help at a community service event.

• Weekly/monthly: Volunteer at an after-school program or participate in a one-on-one mentorship with a youth.

• Internships

• Student Service Learning

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