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Tickets are $35/person and table sponsorships start at $1,350.
Honorees: Supervisor Jane Kim for her civic leadership, Mr. Geen Lee for his leadership in improving pedestrian safety, NEMS for 40 years of providing quality health care and a special tribute to Jerry Lee and his family. Click Here
"Blooming on Fragrance Alley"
Chinatown CDC youth, artist and property owner collaborated to produce the only tile mosaic mural in Chinatown. The mural is on view at Hang Ah Alley.
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Gifts of Securities
One of the most advantageous ways to contribute to Chinatown Community Development Center is through a gift of stock. Click here to download the instructions. Read more about gifts of securities. Click Here
American Builders Quarterly' - From Out of the Wreckage...
San Francisco's Chinatown, known for overcrowding and poverty, is getting its second affordable family apartment building since the 1970s, on land opened up by the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Click Here


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Friday, March 20, 11:45am-1pm

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New report highlights struggles of Asian, Pacific Islander residents
The Asian Pacific Islander Council, a coalition of 29 organizations, released a new report, Asian and Pacific Islander Health and Wellbeing: A San Francisco Neighborhood Analysis, revealing poverty and health issues in Asian communities citywide. Click Here
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