Join us for a virtual fundraising event to support AAJA Seattle.
Friday, Feb. 25, 2021
6:30-8:00 PM PST
Tickets or Donation
Dinner ticket order deadline: Monday, Feb. 21, 5 pm
Event online only ticket order deadline: Friday, Feb. 25, 5 pm
General public: $55 event ticket includes 22 frozen dumplings (choose from chicken, pork or vegetarian) from Ping’s Dumpling House and a gift bag
AAJA members: $45 event ticket includes includes 22 frozen dumplings (choose from chicken, pork or vegetarian) from Ping’s Dumpling House and a gift bag
Students: $35 event ticket includes includes 22 frozen dumplings (choose from chicken, pork or vegetarian) from Ping’s Dumpling House and a gift bag
Event only: $20 (no dumplings or gift bag)
NOTE: Dumpling pickup instructions and event link will be emailed to you before the dinner.
- Lucky red envelope with a surprise gift card
- Young Tea gift card
- Lucky Envelope Brewing gift card
- Hood Famous gift card
- Seeking Kombucha gift card
- #VeryAsian pin from Domo
- #VeryAsian T-shirt
- Lunar New Year Seattle Barkery pet bandanna
- Wing Luke Museum tickets
- Signed copies of “My Unforgotten Seattle”
- Macadons Coco Bombs
“… with more to come!
Raffle tickets are separate from event tickets.
$5 per ticket
$20 for 10 tickets
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Due to the pandemic, AAJA Seattle had to cancel its largest fundraiser, Chef’s Showcase. The Lunar New Year event will help to make up the gap. The need is great right now. It’s never been more important to have diversity in local media. From Covid to the racial justice uprisings, Asian American journalists are telling critical stories that would otherwise not be told.
These funds will help:
- Fund scholarships for local journalists of color to build the next generation
- Support programming that advances equity and inclusion in local news coverage
- Support journalists of color and keep much-needed POC voices in news and communications
- Support members who are struggling due to Covid through emergency grants
Our fundraising goal is $3,000 – thank you for helping us get there!
Excited to see you all there!
Founded in 1981, the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is a non-profit professional and educational organization with more than 1,600 members.
Since 1985, Seattle’s AAJA chapter has provided scholarships for students, professional development for journalists and service to the community in the Pacific Northwest.
AAJA is a non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status. Donations are tax-deductible.
If event cost is an issue, please reach out to a AAJA Seattle board member.