Apr 19, 2021

Stop The Violence And Create Love

PARTI has organized 4 Stop The Violence Events. With the rising actions of violence, we have been mindful to include and lead conversations that provided Asian Americans to communicate from their lens about rising racist actions. PARTI has reached over 500 youth in programming, by providing the Stop The Violence Events in:
Santa Clara County (January)
Alameda County ( February)
San Mateo County ( March)
Los Angeles County (April)
We are partnering with PHI BETA SIGMA - from Praire View College, Texas to build the Safe Summer Kickoff Event.
Actions which we delivered on in March and April:
Participated in virtual networking events with 4 Chambers of Commerce in California.
Secured a partnership with the Hayward - Livermore College School District to engage East Bay community members on Police Reform. 
Secure High School seniors  from Morgan Hill, Campbell, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, Mt. View, San Jose and Cupertino to be Champions for the Safe Summer Kickoff Event.
Hosted a Stop The Violence Los Angeles Event ( Thank you Committee members!).
Began engaging activities with Morgan Hill youth through a partnership with the Girls and Boys Club.
Launched a Ice Cream PARTI with the Morgan Hill and Gilroy Baskin and Robbins!
Hosted a Parti in the Park at Evergreen Village Square ( District 8, SJ), The Plant (District 7, SJ), and Cataldi Park (District 4, SJ).
Upcoming activities: 
 
Career Connection Event on April 21st: to Businesses in 7 industries: Confirmations Hubbell, Google, Applied Material, First Tech Credit Union,  ServiceNow, Appreciation Financial.
 
Safe Summer Kickoff May 29-30 Morgan Hill - Gilroy, San Jose, Santa Clara County
ExPosure Bullying Event - October 21st 

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Apr 19, 2021

PARTI is allowing youth to own their rolls in Lead

Youth meet weekly to create monthly service projects, including restaurant eats to support local restaurants who need support during covid-19 restrictions. 
Our goal is to create a culture that will lead opportunities to engage 1,000 youth in pro-social activities around arts and self care.
Actions which we delivered on in March and April:
Participated in virtual networking events with 4 Chambers of Commerce in California.
Secured a partnership with the Hayward - Livermore College School District to engage East Bay community members on Police Reform. 
Secure High School seniors  from Morgan Hill, Campbell, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, Mt. View, San Jose and Cupertino to be Champions for the Safe Summer Kickoff Event.
Hosted a Stop The Violence Los Angeles Event ( Thank you Committee members!).
Began engaging activities with Morgan Hill youth through a partnership with the Girls and Boys Club.
Launched a Ice Cream PARTI with the Morgan Hill and Gilroy Baskin and Robbins!
Hosted a Parti in the Park at Evergreen Village Square ( District 8, SJ), The Plant (District 7, SJ), and Cataldi Park (District 4, SJ).
Upcoming activities: 
 
Career Connection Event on April 21st: to Businesses in 7 industries: Confirmations Hubbell, Google, Applied Material, First Tech Credit Union,  ServiceNow, Appreciation Financial.
 
Safe Summer Kickoff May 29-30 Morgan Hill - Gilroy, San Jose, Santa Clara County
ExPosure Bullying Event - October 21st 

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Mar 15, 2021

Arts for our youth

Iliana's voice
Iliana's voice

The 10Fam Collective project is now concluded and will be sustained by a new collection of arts, talent and creative expression. Hopefully, the next collective will be able to tranform artistic expression that will allow energy to share experiences drawn from Covid-19.

 

We were able to develop 3 youth artists, 2 singers a fashion design spirit and a collective of video, digital and communicatve art led by the energy of Taimane Ashby. On May 30th, all of these elements will draw together for the Safe Summer Kickoff event.

Young future stars have been developed as leader in PARTI - Iliana, Erica, Kaile, and Vaibhava. We watched youth rise like Jiya from Texas, youth in Washington as PARTI has expanded our reach.

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