The mission of IAA is to unite Iowa's diverse Asian and Asian-American communities for the purpose of fostering economic growth and community development within the state of Iowa. IAA's vision is to create an Iowa in which Asians and Asian-Americans are an integral part of a vibrant and prosperous community.
IAA collaborates with the public and private sector to promote:
• Business & economic growth
• Community & cultural vitality
• Leadership & educational advancement
• Political & civic participation
In advancing its mission, IAA represents and serves the following Asian community groups: Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Lao, Nepal, Philippines, Taiwan, Taidam, Thailand, and Vietnam. In addition to the many Asian communities represented, IAA welcomes and has representatives from the diverse backgrounds, races, and ethnicities that define the Iowan community and contribute to the success of IAA.
Iowa Asian Alliance is teaming up with Birdies For Charity 2014!
Iowa Asian Alliance is excited to be a part of the Birdies For Charity 2014! In support of our EducAsian Outreach Program and CelebrAsian – our goal is to fundraise at least $2,000 by June 1 and we need YOUR HELP!
WHAT IS THE PROGRAM?
Birdies for Charity is a fundraising program designed to give participants an opportunity to generate contributions based on the number of “birdies” made by Champions Tour players during The Principal Charity Classic in 2014. With 707 birdies made in last year’s tournament, Birdies for Charity raised $438,000 for local organizations. If IAA receives at least $1,500 in collected donations, we will qualify for the “Bonus Bucks” program. This program gives charities the opportunity to receive a 25% match on the total pledges collected. The top charities will also receive additional Bonus Bucks.
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SUPPORT THE IOWA ASIAN ALLIANCE & CELEBRASIAN
Or please SEND a CHECK to IAA - billing address at 525 SW 5th St, Ste A - Des Moines, IA 50309
For more information, email Nu Huynh, Executive Director