Sustain APIENC!

Starting March 19th, APIENC is launching a monthly sustainer campaign “Sustain Our Work: For The Sake Of…” to ask the question: “What’s at stake for the work we do?” For example, we train leaders to be grounded in our QTAPI histories for the sake of our community’s collective empowerment and future dreams. In one week, our goal is to welcome 20 individuals into our sustainer family!


Check out the following 5 APIENC Actions our sustainers currently support:


  1. Understanding our hxstories through the Dragon Fruit Project Walking Tour through San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood.
  2. Growing our ability to be Interdependent, through engagement with a membership base of over 200 people
  3. Building TGNC API power, by launching the largest needs assessment of trans and gender nonconforming API people in the Bay Area
  4. Empowering young QTAPI leaders through our POP! Camp for high school youth organizers from across the country
  5. Activating a network of multi-issue QTAPI organizers through our 10th Annual Summer Organizer Program

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APIENC is supported by Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA), a tax exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has fought for API civil and political rights for nearly 50 years. Contributions to APIENC via CAA are tax-deductible.

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