Join TAP-Chicago and KACC as we volunteer at Korean Senior’s Day. We will serve over 600 participants in 2 shifts Saturday morning and afternoon. Volunteer duties include greeting, guiding seniors, packing and passing out lunch boxes, handling raffle prizes, and more. Free delicious Korean lunch & t-shirts will be provided!
Why volunteer? Korean American senior citizens face linguistic, cultural and economic barriers and often suffer from social isolation and depression in everyday life away from their home country. Each year, the festival hosts Korean American seniors and their families for a day of recognition and celebration. The highlight of the event is performances of local, international, and senior artists in the Cultural Art Program. The event is primarily sponsored by donations from local business owners.
Registration FREE on Eventbrite at https://hanulseniorday.eventbrite.com
Getting There: Very close to CTA #50 and 92 buses and walking distance from Brown line Damen stop. Free parking available in public parking lot next door to Amundsen High School. Note Damen Ave in front of the school will be blocked off for school buses.
(1) May 25th (Friday): 3:30pm-5:30pm, Hanul Chicago office: 5008 N Kedzie Ave (loading and preparing gifts)
(2) May 25th (Friday): 5:30pm-7pm, Amundsen High School: 5110 N Damen Ave (prep)
(3) May 26th (Saturday): 8am-11:00am, Amundsen High School: 5110 N Damen Ave (volunteer orientation & helping at Senior Day, first shift)
(4) May 26th (Saturday): 10:30am-2:00pm, Amundsen High School: 5110 N Damen Ave (volunteer orientation & helping at Senior Day, second shift)
Questions? Please contact
Mavis Meng (TAP-Chicago) firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Hwang (KACC) email@example.com
Yichen Sun (TAP-Chicago): firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about Hanul at www.hanulusa.org.
Registration FREE on Eventbrite
Kick off spring with the TAP-Chicago community service team and lend a helping hand/paw to man’s best friends at Chicago Canine Rescue! We will be walking dogs and enjoying the outdoors around the Forest Glen Woods preserve. Space is limited! So sign up ASAP. First timers and experts are welcome.
The Chicago Canine Rescue was founded in 2001 to help find permanent homes for dogs considered too young, old, ill, or have special needs that would otherwise be euthanized at local shelters. There are currently 80 or so dogs at the Rescue that would love to your attention and care!
1. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. Photo ID is required.
2. Please print and fill out Chicago Canine Rescue’s volunteer waiver form
3. All volunteers must arrive on time at 10:00 am for mandatory orientation and dog handling instructions. No Asian time =P
4. You must register via Eventbrite link below to secure your spot as space is limited
Questions? Please contact Shannon Wen at email@example.com
To learn more about Chicago Canine Rescue, please visit:
To learn more about TAP-Chicago, please visit:
After fleeing persecution or war in their homeland, refugees approved for resettlement arrive in the U.S. with nearly nothing. Separated from their families and friends, as they start their lives again in a foreign country, one of their most basic needs is setting up a new home and household supplies. Through Exodus’s Care Pack program, you’ll provide families an assortment of essential items during an in-person visit (1-3 hours) that shows love and hospitality to our refugee neighbors. We have already made some care packs; volunteers are welcome to contribute additional supplies to care packs if they choose.
Registration: Limited space, please register on Eventbrite at https://tapchicagoexodus.eventbrite.com
Getting There: We will first meetup up at a central location in Rogers Park for orientation and then split into various teams and carpool to different houses. More details will be provided for those who register.
Questions? Contact the Organizers
Exodus World Service mobilizes the community to welcome and befriend refugees by connecting volunteers with refugees through practical service projects and equipping leaders to advocate on behalf of refugees. Find out more about Exodus at http://exodusworldservice.org.
Join TAP as we collaborate with Chinese-American Service League (CASL) in their Saturday morning tea time program! This program helps Chinese immigrants develop their conversational English. Each volunteer gets a vocabulary packet with different dialogues and new words to learn and put to use. Come enjoy a hot cup of tea and warm-hearted conversations as we help one another and give back to the community.
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Come celebrate the new year with new and old friends at TAP-Chicago February Happy Hour on Wednesday, February 28nd at the newest and hottest venue in River North, Bounce Sporting Club!
Bounce opened recently with its unparalleled style and ambiance of a chic nightclub meets the iconic energy of a sports arena known for lively dining, sips, and sports-centered revelry. Bounce Chicago is poised to forever change the Chicagoan definition of a “sports bar” with the delivery of an unmatched entertainment experience. The N.Y. import specializes in big games, allowing customers to enjoy a hip, upscale experience in a hybrid sports bar/nightclub that attracts professional athletes, DJs, and socialites. TAP guests will enjoy appetizers as well as food/drink specials:
$5 House wine, beer, sangria, and wells drinks
$5 Happy Hour Bar Bites including: Wings or strips, Flatbread (truffle mushroom, buffalo chicken, or hot sausage), Fried cauliflower, Fried mutz curds, Smoked chicken nachos, Fried mac & cheese, Truffle cheese tater tots, and House cut bistro fries.
Cost: Free ticket in advance by Wednesday, February 21, $5 afterwards and at the door.
Lisa Mansmith: Leemoozee15@gmail.com
To find out more about Bounce Sporting Club, check out their website: https://www.bouncesportingclub.com/upcoming-chicago/
On Thursday, February 15, 2018 join AMOA, 1871, and community partners at the 1871 Auditorium inside the Merchandise Mart as we hear from prominent Chicagoland Asian American leaders and entrepreneurs. The panelists will discuss their journeys to success and offer advice to those seeking to advance their careers or start new businesses. There will be a networking reception following the discussion and Q&A. Light food and beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, will be served.
Listen to a panel of prominent Asian American business leaders and entrepreneurs as they discuss their journeys to success and offer advice to those seeking to advance their careers or start new businesses. A networking reception with light food and beverages will follow the panel program and Q&A.
Get your ticket here.
Questions? please email: Connie Yip firstname.lastname@example.org