Overview of APCF

Established in 1990, the Asian Pacific Community Fund (APCF) is focused on transforming lives and meeting the diverse needs of the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community, one of the fastest growing populations in the U.S.

APCF is the only community-based fund of its kind providing philanthropists a collaborative approach to raise funds for the API community in Los Angeles County by:

• Offering a myriad of giving options that aligns with donor preferences,
• Increasing awareness of community needs, and
• Encouraging active engagement in philanthropic activities.

The combined knowledge and experience of APCF staff and its Network Agencies make APCF a safe and trusted option for donors. We are recognized for our expertise in the API community and our ability to reach the broader API community, as well as our access to individual ethnic communities.

To date, APCF has awarded $5 million to its Network Agencies and other community organizations, enabling culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate services to enhance the lives of 250,000 people annually in 26 Asian and Pacific Islander languages, in addition to English and Spanish.

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Together with our Network Agencies, we positively impact our communities by providing every year:

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Afterschool Programs
Over 10,000 children and youth

Low-income Housing
4,000 people

Parent Education & Training
4,500 parents

Adult Education & Training
Over 25,000 people

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Employment Services
5,000 adults

Healthcare Services
Over 10,000 adults and 2,600 children

Counseling & Case Management
5,000 adults

Legal Services
4,000 people