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For 40 years, AAJA has been a driving force in advocating for diversity in newsrooms, ensuring fair and accurate coverage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and communities of color, and providing key educational programs and training to the community. With more than 20 chapters across the United States and Asia, AAJA relies on the financial support of individuals and sponsors to offer pipeline educational programs, training opportunities, scholarships, and stipends to help aspiring and current AAPI journalists and media professionals advance their career goals.
By making a tax-deductible donation today, you’re helping to fuel the next generation of journalists who can lead in uncertain times and build a sustainable future for journalism. To help strengthen and support AAJA’s mission, please make a donation today!
Please click here to make a donation to AAJA and The Very Asian Foundation and reserve a #VeryAAJA t-shirt.
If you'd like to make a donation to a specific AAJA program, visit the program donation page.
If you'd like to make a donation to the General Scholarship Fund, visit the scholarship donation page.
Donations to AAJA are fully tax deductible. AAJA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, tax ID number is 95-3755203.
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AAJA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and our tax ID number is 95-3755203. Our Mission is four-fold: 1. provide a means of association and support among Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) journalists, and to advance AAPI journalists as news managers and media executives. 2. To provide encouragement, information, advice and scholarship assistance to AAPI students who aspire to professional journalism careers. 3. To provide to the AAPI community an awareness of news media and an understanding of how to gain fair access. 4. To research and point out when news media organizations stray from accuracy and fairness in the coverage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and AAPI issues.
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