NGEC's National Partners

Although our work is deeply rooted in our two pilot regions of California and Minnesota, NGEC's long-term goal is to create impact and strenthen the movement building infrastructure for communities nationally. 

Through the national AAPIP network and other movement building allies, the NGEC intentionally collaborates and forms alliances with national Asian American/Pacific Islander nonprofits, community groups, and key allies in philanthropy. 

 

 

BRIDGE National Partners

The BRIDGE COLLABORATIVE

Through all its capacity building work over the next few years, AAPIP hopes to launch BRIDGE (Building Responsive Infrastructure to Develop Global Equity). In an effort to be grounded in community and to tap into existing assets of practitioners, advocates, and thought leaders, NGEC partnered with six leading AAPI organizations with a demonstrated commitment to social change. These six organizations—whose partnership with the NGEC varied in their form, competencies, capacities and issue areas—were specifically selected for their deep roots in local communities, their representation of diverse constituencies, and for their commitment to develop the capacity of local AAPI communities to achieve social justice.

 

 

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National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF)


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National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (Nat'l CAPACD)

 

 

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National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC)

 


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South Asian American Leaders of Tomorrow (SAALT)

 


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Southeast Asian Resource Action Center (SEARAC)

 

 

Selected tools developed and gathered by these 6 BRIDGE Collaborative Partners will be tested in the community through the 12 organizations in the NGEC's Organizational Fellowship Program.