32nd Anniversary Celebration and Award Ceremony

October 22, 2021 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Asian Youth Center (AYC) invites you to join us for our 32nd Anniversary Celebration & Awards Dinner on Friday, October 22, 2021 at the Hilton in San Gabriel . This year's theme of "Harvest Harmony" highlights AYC's initiatives that cultivate youth-led social justice. AYC aims to plant the seeds of hope, connection, and giving in the first half of the year. The AYC Board of Directors is proud to present this special evening to bring a community back together and honor business and community leaders who have supported AYC, including: 

HONORING

Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Director of Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Community Leadership Award

 

Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) Community Partnership Award

 

Pacific Plaza Premier Development Group Corporate Partnership Award


Ted Chen, General Assignment Reporter for NBC4 Los Angeles President's Recognition Award

 

After the last 15 months, we are eager to celebrate in person, our event will feature a sit-down plated dinner with wine service, live youth entertainment and a silent auction that will attract an estimated 300 attendees, as allowable by LA County health orders. Please note that in compliance with CDC and LA County COVID health orders and event location, AYC will reduce our capacity to 8 guests per table to maintain social distancing and safety guidelines. Attendees from previous galas have included high-ranking executives from public and private corporations, business owners, and elected officials. We are grateful to past sponsors, which included Southern California Edison, Tawa Charitable Foundation, Southern California Gas Company, Warner Brothers Entertainment, Exact Tax, Inc., and others.

 

Our goal for the event is to grow AYC's ability and impact on social justice and youth leadership development, including Stop Asian Hate projects and partnerships, while also supporting AYC's mission to empower low-income immigrant youth of all communities through education, employment, and social services. AYC is a community-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization to help youth succeed in school, at work, and in life! 

 

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AYC Board of Directors

Asian Youth Center
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