Make a Gift in Honor of the 10th Anniversary

Help celebrate the AACC’s 10th Anniversary by giving back!

The Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) is marking a decade of service to the University of Illinois campus as well as the Champaign-Urbana community. The AACC opened its doors in September 2005 after years of advocacy work by students, faculty, and staff at the U of I. This anniversary will recognize and honor the history of the AACC, while acknowledging those who make it what it is today. We also hope to mark the occasion by fundraising to support our student leadership development efforts.

Thanks to donors like you, we’ve reached 41,000 students yearly, created two endowed internship positions, and have 175 programs per year. Please help us in continuing to support our mission of helping students become leaders and professionals just like yourselves.

Here are some suggestions how you can help celebrate:

$120 = $10 per month in honor of the AACC’s 10 year anniversary
$360 = $10 per month for three years
$1210 = In honor of our address on Nevada Street
$2005 = In celebration of the year we first opened our doors

Your gift, no matter how modest, makes a difference. When you contribute to the AACC, you are pledging your faith and support in our future leaders by giving them the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential.

 

Make a gift in honor of the Asian American Cultural Center's 10th Anniversary

 

 

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Your donation will go directly to the University of Illinois Foundation which then distributes the funds into the Asian American Cultural Centers Unrestricted Fund’s account. The Student Affairs Advancement Office notifies the Asian American Cultural Center of all financial contributions. The University of Illinois Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 organization, and as such, all gifts are tax deductible.

If you have any questions regarding your gift, or would like to receive further information about ways in which you can give to the Asian American Cultural Center Fund, feel free to contact the Student Affairs Advancement Staff.