Over 200 people gathered at the Tukwila Community Center on Nov. 3 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Helping Link/Một Dấu Nối. $55,000 was raised at the event and organizers are still collecting donations and sponsorship through the end of the year. Founder and Executive Director Minh-Duc Nguyen recognized many individuals and organizations for their […]
For Helping Link, a nonprofit based out of Chinatown/International District, this is a time for reflection. The nonprofit is on the brink of their anniversary and getting ready to celebrate their achievements for the local Vietnamese community, as well as their clients and volunteers.
The Seattle Foundation hosts a one-day, online charitable giving event in which it will add a prorated portion to any donation given to one of the participating nonprofits on its website: www.seattlefoundation.org. You can donate between midnight and midnight on Tuesday, May 6.
Local nonprofit Helping Link celebrated its 20th year helping Vietnamese immigrants integrate into American life while honoring their heritage and traditions at a fundraising gala Sept. 22 at the Mercer Island Community Center.
Legacy House, the SCIDpda program designed to provide culturally appropriate care and housing for low-income community seniors, received a check in the amount of $500 from CenturyLink’s Pacific Asian American Network (PAAN) on Thursday, Dec. 13 to help support programs for low income senior citizen residents.
Helping Link, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the Vietnamese community, created a Computer Lab Marketing Initiative to offer new computer courses designed for Vietnamese adults who have little to no experience with computers. Helping Link will provide classes like Basic Computer Skills, the Internet and E-Mail, Creating Resumes, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Social […]
Helping Link is looking for local volunteers. It has been serving the Vietnamese American community for the past 18 years. It provides English language, citizenship, and computer education classes to adults and seniors, as well as after-school tutoring and summer classes for youth.
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly More than 30 community members showed up for a meeting at the American Hotel on Monday to discuss economic development priorities and funding opportunities for the Chinatown/International District. The meeting was the first of three.
The City of Seattle awarded $300,000 in technology grants to 24 local community-based organizations in Seattle, including some Asian-based services:
Spring rolls and flash-fried shrimp crackers weren’t the only goodies sizzling at the Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) office on April 7. Talk of how Washington’s Vietnamese community could come
together was heated at the first Vietnamese Community Forum. Leading the forum were Youth Action Team …