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Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month Fund

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The past year and a half has been an especially difficult one for the API community, who has faced unprecedented and unfounded hatred in its wake. Through the bitterness and pain, these experiences have also brought us together and strengthened our community. One of ways Pinterest is celebrating Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is by providing 2:1 donation matching for all employee donations made to this campaign. We invite you to donate to these various organizations helping to support the API community. Employees can donate to individual organizations in the campaign or to the Fund (collection of organizations) in which your donation will be split evenly between the organizations within the fund. Questions? Reach out to benefits@pinterest.com.

Your donation supports

Right To Be

At Right To Be, we turn the care we have for each other into simple, creative, and effective action. Every day, we train hundreds of people to respond to, intervene in, and heal from harassment. We hold space for people experiencing harassment to share their stories for affirmation and support. And we prepare new leaders to create workplaces, schools, and communities around the world that are filled with humanity.Our mission is to end harassment in all its forms by building the power of everyday people to create safe and welcoming environments for all.

Philanthropic Ventures Foundation

PVF is a public charity based in the Bay Area that was founded in 1991 to test new approaches to creative grantmaking. We work with donors to create customized giving plans to maximize the impact of the philanthropic dollar.

Asian Pacific Fund

Our mission is to strengthen the Asian and Pacific Islander community in the Bay Area by increasing philanthropy and supporting the organizations that serve our most vulnerable community members.

National Asian Pacific American Womens Forum

The mission of the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum (NAPAWF) is to build collective power of all AAPI women and girls to gain full agency over our lives, our families, and our communities.

Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

Founded in 1986, the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) is the oldest and largest national health advocacy organization working with Asian American (AA), Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities across the nation, in the U.S. Territories and affiliated jurisdictions. APIAHF’s mission is to influence policy, mobilize communities, and strengthen programs and organizations to improve the health of AAs and NHPIs. APIAHF has headquarters in Oakland, CA and a policy office in Washington, DC. APIAHF has been a champion for health equity for 30 years. Across the nation and the Pacific, APIAHF serves as a bridge between influencers and communities, lifting up organizations and advancing health policy. APIAHF harnesses collective power so all people can be healthier and stronger. From the local to the national level, APIAHF equips communities and advocates to connect, mobilize, and engage with one another.APIAHF listens deeply to AA and NHPI communities, and uses our voice to advance policies that serve diverse health needs. Staff analyze regulations, inform legislation, and bring stories before the courts, all to articulate community issues directly to decision-makers and influencers.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta

Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta’s mission is to protect and promote the civil and human rights of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in Georgia and the Southeast through policy advocacy, legal services, organizing & civic engagement, and impact litigation.Our vision is a social movement in which communities of color are fully empowered, active in civic life, and working together to promote equity, fair treatment, and self determination for all.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus

We were founded in 1972 as the nation’s first legal and civil rights organization serving low-paid, immigrant, and underserved Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Within that broad political umbrella are shared histories and stories, as well as unique systemic inequities and barriers to justice and freedom for different ethnicities. We are committed to serving the vast diversity of communities of Asian descent, including Arab, Middle Eastern, and Muslim communities. Our fights for justice and equity are deeply informed by and in solidarity with fights for liberation by and for Black, Indigenous, and Latinx communities. In California, with a special focus on the Bay Area, we bring together legal services, community empowerment, and policy advocacy to fight for immigrant just

Inhershoes Inc

InHerShoes is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit committed to catalyzing courage for girls and women around the world to live lives of empowerment, exploration, and possibility by asking one question: What would you do if you were 1% more courageous? Creating ourselves as the modern non- profit for the millennial #girlboss, we take a stand for women's freedom of expression, assertion of passion, and pursuit of possibility in every aspect of their lives. We shift the context of what it means to do well and do good.

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