Northwest Asian Weekly isn’t just a newspaper …
When Publisher Assunta Ng founded the paper, her intent and goals have always been oriented toward community-building. She wanted to give opportunities and recognition to deserving people. This is why she founded the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation, a nonprofit that strives to spotlight and empower women of color, youth, Asian American pioneers, and top community contributors.
Northwest Asian Weekly and its foundation’s 2016 events:
Saturday, February 6
“Year of the Monkey 2016” Fun Fashion Contest
Deadline to submit photos: February 1, submit to email@example.com
Winners will be announced at: House of Hong Restaurant, 409 8th Ave. S., Seattle
Saturday, February 13
Kids’ Parade Contest
Place: NWAW office, 412 Maynard Ave. S., Seattle
Time: 12 p.m.
NWAWF is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering Asian Americans, women, and youth Programs
Top Contributors of the Asian Community
Top Contributors is an annual awards dinner celebrating people who have significant contributed to our community in the last year.
Women of Color Empowered
WoCE is A luncheon organized held three times a year that celebrates the wonderful accomplishments of women who have worked hard to break through the glass ceiling.
Diversity Makes a Difference
The Diversity Makes a Difference scholarship program celebrates young people who are committed to reaching out across cultural lines.
Summer Youth Leadership Program
SYLP is an all expenses-paid program designed for high school youths and college freshmen that aims to develop leadership and communication skills within young Asian Americans.
Asian American Pioneers
Asian American Pioneers is an annual event honoring Asian American trailblazers.