Friends of AYSC

Without all the selfless and generous support from our partners, AYSC would not be able to become who we are today and would not have succeeded so rapidly. Helen Keller once said, "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." Through partnerships, AYSC will cooperate and serve our community to the best of our abilities.

Chinese Community United Methodist Church

CCUMC is like a second family for AYSC. They provide us a home base where we hold our monthly board meetings, committee meetings, events preparation sessions, and a place to store our supplies in the inventory. We appreciate the love and hospitality. In return, we take great care of their facility and offer to help clean and organize whenever there is need. Like families, we often gather to have reunions to reinforce the bond between CCUMC church members and AYSC members.

Link: http://www.chinesecommunityumc.org/index.htm

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Asian Advisory Committee on Crime

AACC is our mother organization. Not only do they provide us with the utmost mentoring support, but also financially stabilize our organization. In addition, they open up portals of opportunities, such as scholarships, networks, variety of volunteering events, and etc. With the encouragements from the board of AACC, we flourish to achieve greater goals.

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Chinese American Citizens Alliance

The mission of CACA is "to empower Chinese Americans by promoting the highest ethics and morals, by practicing and defending American citizenship in its fullest rights and responsibilities, by observing respectfully American patriotism, by preserving historical and cultural traditions, and by providing youth leadership and community learning through education".

They have given AYSC board members the opportunity to attend a leadership training program, known as Youth Leadership Conference. Not only have they fully funded the application fees for the program, but also the cost of transportation. With such a great opportunity, our members are able to strengthen their social and leadership skills. In return, AYSC offers their thanks by helping out at the CACA Senior Luncheon held annually at Lincoln Recreation Center on July 4.

Link: http://www.cacanational.org

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Wa Sung Community Service Club

Wa Sung is an outstanding community service organization. They reach out to many businesses and other non-profit organizations for support and cooperation to uphold large service events within the community to serve the elders. AYSC partners with Wa Sung to work together and serve the community, such as the Wa Sung Crab Feed, Wa Sung Easter Pancake Breakfast, etc. They also provide scholarship opportunities for AYSC members.

Link: http://www.wasung.org

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Lincoln Square Recreation Center

Every AYSC general meeting is held in the gym of Lincoln Recreation Center. We show our greatest appreciation towards our friends and offer to perform a monthly clean up event at Lincoln Park.

Link: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/opr/s/facility/OAK029389

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Updated by AYSC 2019-2020 Webmasters Oscar Zheng & Andy Liu

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