We Value Our Sponsors & Partners
The development and implementation of AARC programs, projects and resources are made possible by the generous contributions provided by our partners and sponsors. We are immensely grateful for these businesses and organizations for their partnership and support.
For more information on the opportunity to become a sponsor, please contact Xavier Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grateful for these Partnerships
Platinum: $50,000+ Contribution
US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Gwinnett County Community Development Program
Gwinnett County Community Development Program awarded AARC a generous amount totaling $90,000: $45,000 for operating costs of ESG-CV Rapid Re-Housing and another $45,000 for the Homelessness Prevention Program.
Mastercard is proud to support the critical and lifesaving work of the Asian American Resource Foundation’s Mental Health Counseling Program (MHCP) with a gift of $50,000. The purpose of the MHCP is to enhance the quality of life and self-sufficiency of the single parents, homeless people, and the families of recent Atlanta shooting victims by providing training (education or parenting education or parenting training) and counseling programs in a manner that is nurturing and therapeutic intervention with respect, compassion and accountability.
Gold: $20,000+ Contribution
For many years, Bank of America has worked with nonprofit partners, local organizations, and leaders across
public and private sectors in Atlanta to help drive economic mobility for vulnerable populations. Through the bank’s grant and partnership, the grant will be used for the Mental Health Counseling Program.
The UPS Foundation
The UPS Foundation is proud to make a funding contribution to Asian American Resource Foundation, Inc. The contribution in the amount of $20,000 has been processed by Foundation Accounting. It is our understanding the funds will be used toward Rapid Re-Housing, Homelessness Prevention, Single Parent Family Education and Counseling Program. 10 families will receive life skills training, 25 people will receive benefits of Mental Health Education and Counseling and 5 to 8 families, or 15 to 24 individuals will receive a Rental Assistance for 1-2 months which includes security deposits for Move-in. .
Click here for Mental Health Counseling story by AJC.
Betty and Davis Fitzgerald Foundation
Betty and Davis Fitzgerald Foundation voted unanimously to award the Asian American Resource Center a $20,000 grant to use for our housing programs-- Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing.
Please visit www.bettyanddavisfitzgerald.org to learn more.
Asian American Resource Center is being recommended for a 2021 grant in the amount of $20,000. This award is intended as general operating support for rapid response efforts to support communities impacted by racially motivated violence, harassment, and discrimination targeting Asian Americans, especially women, youth, and the elderly.