On March 26, 2021, KABA-GA launched The National AAPI Violence Prevention & Response Initiative in partnership with the National Compassion Fund, Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association (GAPABA), GAPABA Law Foundation, and a group of community leaders.
The initiative will will raise money for victims of the March 16 shootings, other AAPI crime victims, and bias prevention in two first-of-their-kind funds:
Contributions to either are tax-dedutible.
“From this tragedy and the events in the last year, we have a greater calling to create something that will positively impact the community. For individuals and corporations searching for a trustworthy, tax-deductible, and practical way to assist, this is it,” says initiative Co-Chair Sara Hamilton, KABA-GA President.
Watch the March 26, 2021 Press Conference
Watch the full press conference above, including moving words from four members of VictimsFirst.org, a network of mass shooting families and survivors, as well as BJay Pak, Angela Hsu, Timothy Wang, Ed Sohn, and Victoria Huynh about the need and vision for the initiative.