Campaign partners are creating change by working on the local, state, and national level to make a difference for students. We recognize their efforts and applaud their commitment.
Through the Partnership for Equity in Education through Research project, the Kresge Foundation, Lumina Foundation, USA Funds, and the Walmart Foundation all stepped up and agreed to support the campaign.
The campaign works collaboratively with three AANAPISIs: De Anza College, City College of San Francisco, and South Seattle Community College. These “pilot” institutions—which have previously demonstrated some of the greatest success when it comes to supporting AAPI students as they pursue their degrees—serve as key, campaign institutional partners. As the campaign continues to expand its work to increase AAPI student access and completion, it hopes to support all 21 federally-funded AANAPISIs and eligible institutions.
Organization and Community Partners
In addition to the campaign’s institutional partners, other supporters include business, civil rights, community-based, and student- and youth-advocacy organizations. These organization and community partners play an important role in sharing information and messages about the campaign.