Join TAP as we go to the King of the Yees at the Goodman Theatre on April 29th (2pm Sat) ! Learn more about King of the Yees, please visit:https://
We have 15 seats reserved at a group discounted rate of $25 each for the main floor ($5 OFF the original ticket). You are welcome to join us for drinks/snacks after the show!
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TAP-Chicago in collaboration with Lunar Ball cordially invites you to Lunar Ball 2017!
The 5th Annual Lunar Ball is Chicago’s largest charitable fundraiser for Asian American young professionals and friends. This year, we expect a crowd of 800+ of Chicago’s most accomplished and involved young professionals to fill the Wintrust Grand Banking Hall for an evening of fun, food, and networking.
The event will include tastings from Chicago’s top restaurants, open bar, adult beverages all night, performances, multiple DJs, raffle, and silent auction.
TAP-Chicago have a limited amount of discounted tickets! Apply the discount code:
Please go to Eventbrite to buy your tickets today!
All proceeds from Lunar Ball 2017 will benefit our community beneficiaries and charities.
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Ayenew Biru from Horizon Consulting will explain generally how public and private sector supplier diversity programs work, and the process of getting MBE/WBE (Minority and Women-owned Business) certification.
Horizon Consulting was founded in order to provide comprehensive MBE/WBE/DBE certification assistance to small and medium-sized businesses – from initial and re-certifications to expansions of commodity codes, annual reporting requirements and appeals of preliminary denials of applications.
Prior to founding Horizon Consulting, Ayenew Biru was a Certification/Compliance Officer with the City of Chicago Dept. of Procurement Services where he was responsible for reviewing certification applications, representing the City at various vendor outreach events and developing new processes and policies resulting in an increasingly efficient certification process.
Ayenew Biru studied Political Science and International Relations at Georgetown University and The Ohio State University and received his J.D. from the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State. When not assisting companies with their certification requirements, Ayenew is active in multi-family real estate investor and a member of various organizations such as the U.S. Minority Contractor’s Association and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.
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Come and join TAP-Chicago’s Community Partner – CMAA at their Second Annual Red Party! Wear your favorite red outfit or accessory and enjoy city views from East Bank Club’s fabulous rooftop terrace!
Rooftop party with city views (party inside in case of inclement weather) * 2 Complimentary drinks + Cash bar * Passed hors d’oeuvres * Dinner buffet * DJ music * Red carpet step and repeat * Fun-themed photo booth * Door prizes * Mingle with Chicago’s most influential professionals
Purchase your ticket at http://
Enter Discount code “TAP” to get 20% discount.
Rock Red!: Semi-formal and business formal is suggested dress code and wear red!
Event parking: $5.75 during the entire Red Party fundraiser at the East Bank Club
Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA) is a community-based social services agency targeting the immigrant and low-income community. Learn more about CMAA at http://
Overview: Discover invites you to imagine a Chicago where everyone is rooting for each other. This June 25, Chicago Cares is gathering 5,000 Chicagoans to work toward that dream during Serve-a-thon, the city’s largest volunteer day.
We’ll work hard, play hard and give back, together. We’ll enhance schools and plant gardens. We’ll spruce up playgrounds and foster community. More than this, we’ll see all that’s possible when we roll up our sleeves together to transform our community.
Registration is waived under when registering under “Discover APAD” with the sponsor code 2016SPSAT. A free T-Shirt and a catered meal by Sweet Baby Ray’s after the event will also be provided to volunteers.
Date: Saturday, June 25, 2016
Location: Daley Plaza for our morning kick-off and afternoon celebration at 50 W. Washington; service projects at sites throughout the city in between
Schedule: 7:30 A.M. – 8:30 A.M. Check in at Daley Plaza, get your volunteer assignment and fuel up with some coffee and a continental breakfast.
8:30 A.M. Assignment in hand, board the bus for your project site. Get to work!
2:30 P.M. – 3:30 P.M. Wrap up your project and head back to Daley Plaza on the bus.
3:30 P.M. – 5:30 P.M. Worked hard? Time to play hard. We’ll celebrate in the plaza with a party featuring food, drink and live music.
Registration Deadline: Thursday, June 16, 2015 or when the event reaches maximum capacity
How to Register:
Register online at http://bit.ly/
The Asian American Festival is a week-long, outdoor celebration at Daley Plaza showcasing various Asian American cultures from the Chicagoland community and is sponsored by Asian American Coalition of Chicago in cooperation with the MB Real Estate, and City of Chicago Cultural Center’s Department of Cultural Affiars and Special Events. There will be cultural stage performances each day and 30 vendors selling food, goods, and Asian arts and crafts.
AACC has reached out to TAP-Chicago as a partner to find volunteers to help out at this event Monday – Friday between the hours of 10:00a and 2:30 p. In exchange for your time, lunch will be included as well as an invitation will be extended to the two exclusive opening and closing receptions at Sunda and Block 37. If you are interested in signing up, please fill out this google spreadsheet with your availability and contact information.
For additional information about the Asian American Festival, please visit the website at http://www.aacchicago.org/
or the event’s facebook page https://www.facebook.com/