Join a community of monthly donors who provide KCCEB's nimble team the stability to ensure our community has access to essential resources, including mental health care, hot meals for seniors, and immigration services.
🤝 $15 provides essential PPE for seniors
🤝 $25 pays for one culturally-sensitive hot meal for a home-bound senior
🤝 $50 contributes to stipends for KCCEB's Mental Health Asian Pipeline interns
🤝 $100 provides one session of culturally informed, in-language mental health counseling
🤝 $500 pays for a month’s supply of fuel for KCCEB’s senior transportation service, Bus for Hope
Not ready to give monthly just yet, but still would like to contribute? Click here to make a one-time donation.
Just in the span of a year, we've addressed some of the most urgent needs of our community. With your help, we can do so much more!
In addition to being a contributing source of impactful outcomes, your monthly gift comes with a few perks!
👉 seeing the impact you are making. Through Club 5’s quarterly e-zine Elements, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at KCCEB’s work.
👉 celebrating and reflecting together. After a year of support, you'll receive a commemorative photo book* as a documentation of our flourishing community!
👉 priority invitation to our events (next up: community kimchi potluck!)
👉 the option to be acknowledged on our website and social media
Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the U.S. and Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders make up the largest segment of Alameda County's population.
The relationship of the five elements (earth, water, fire, wood, and metal) plays a central role in many Asian traditions and practices. A harmonious balance of these elements is believed to be essential for life. Similarly, we believe that in order to build a thriving community, each community member needs:
Your support helps KCCEB secure essential resources for 10,000 immigrants annually! Through our comprehensive wraparound programs, we serve the most vulnerable segments of the community – seniors, low-income families, new immigrants, survivors of violence, low-wage workers and small business owners.
Would you like to contribute without the commitment? No worries, we completely understand! Click here to make a one-time donation.
*The photo book will be mailed after the 12th recurring transaction to the billing address provided with your monthly donation. To provide an alternate mailing address, please contact us at [email protected].
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