Tuyet Nguyen (Manager of Event Production) Tuyet is an in-house counsel for the United States Postal Service. She had previously been an attorney for seven years, an alumna of UC Hastings. After being liberated from the private, big firm world, she wanted to do something meaningful with her newfound freedom. She was captivated by PbP’s […]
PbP LA – Check out Jackson Katz, an anti-sexism editor, speak on causes that CPAF focuses on addressing daily at his Ted Talk
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Join us for PbP SF’s Annual Winery Tour on Saturday June 20, 2015! This year, we will be visiting two of the most acclaimed and beautiful wineries in Sonoma: SEBASTIANI VINEYARDS & CLINE CELLARS. The heavily discounted price of $65 covers all planning logistics and the following: – Charter bus transportation to and from San […]
Become an intern or volunteer and help community members through CPAF’s hotline, at our shelters, and by providing education. Receive state certification in counseling survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Summer training will be held on the following dates from 9am – 5pm: June 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30 […]
Project by Project San Francisco would like to recognize Lily Peng as the Volunteer of the Month for April 2015! Lily has gone above and beyond in her role as a Manager of Restaurant Relations. Bringing her experience from this same position last year as well as knowledge she has of the restaurant industry from […]
Join us on Saturday, July 25th, 2015 as we celebrate Project by Project LA’s beneficiary partnership with Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF). All net ticket proceeds from Plate by Plate will be donated to CPAF.
PbP LA: Supports Past Beneficiary Partner Visual Communications at the 2015 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
On Friday, April 24, Project by Project Los Angeles Steering Committee members helped promote and support the 2015 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. As a community partner, PbP-LA introduced Ken Jeong and Jennifer Phang’s new drama, Advantageous, at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center.