KGA’s Holiday Fundraiser Party on Sunday, December 13th, 2-5 PM. Join us as we celebrate what 2015 meant for KGA: commemorating and continuing 40 years of resistance and resiliency of the Southeast Asian diaspora in the U.S. and celebrating historic youth organizing victories at school and in our community.
Bring your generous spirit and…
**Learn about KGA and meet members and supporters,
**Eat delicious treats, listen to good beats, and sip yummy drinks,
**Watch the premiere of KGA’s short video highlighting the victories of the Youth at the CORE campaign
**Buy KGA gift swag (shirts, books, stickers)!
** $15 (+ fee) on-line
**$20 at the door
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2:00pm Delicious Food and Refreshments!
3:15pm Movie Clips and Hear from KGA!
4:00pm Mingle and Raffle!
Host Committee: Angelo Logan, Angie Salazar, Ann Surapraik, Alicia Virani, Crystal Baik, Eric Wat, James Suazo, Jeremy Lahoud, June Kaewsith, Kimmy Maniquis, Lisa Fu, Mimi Kim, Omar Cardenas, Preeti Sharma, Shiu-Ming Cheer, Sophia Cheng, Tammy Bang Luu, and more!
Khmer Girls in Action is gearing up for another exciting year of organizing and community building! We are now accepting applications for our Young Women’s Empowerment Program (YWEP) and Young Men’s Empowerment Program (YMEP)!
If you are a Khmer/ Southeast Asian sophomore or freshman who wants to make this school year fun, productive and memorable while building meaningful relationships then apply today! Complete your application online or turn it in to a KGA youth organizer or staff by Friday, September 18th!
Applications for the 2015-2016 year are now closed. If you wish to apply for the 2016-2017, please visit this page: http://kgalb.org/2016/08/applications-for-ywep-ymep-2016-2017-open-apply-today/
For more information please contact:
Joy Yanga- firstname.lastname@example.org | Corleone Ham- email@example.com | 562.986.9415
1355 Redondo Avenue Suite #9
Long Beach, Ca 90804
This is our 2nd annual Wellness Week and KGA youth organizers will be talking about our campaign victory of securing a school- based health center with teen- only hours at Roosevelt Elementary school! Set to open in the Fall of 2015, KGA youth organizers will be surveying students asking them what health resources and services should be at the new center to help them stay healthy and feel well.
Wellness Week is an opportunity to connect students to the information, resources and skills to support their physical, emotional, and mental health and is part of KGA’s Youth at the CORE Campaign to establish Wellness Centers at local high schools.
February is also National School Based Health Care Awareness Month and organizations like KGA are highlighting the importance of school- based health centers as a critical component to a student’s academic success.