Find out why Jake Shimabukuro supports CAAM
CAAM Executive Director Stephen Gong meets with Jake at the “Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings” screening (produced by CAAM) in Washington DC. Premieres on PBS in May 2013!
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Your contribution to CAAM is a meaningful investment in assuring that CAAM continues to showcase thought-provoking and compelling Asian American stories that illustrate the depth and complexity of the Asian American experience. Your donation will help assure that Asian American stories are told and that our voices are heard. We offer a variety of ways for you to donate. Choose the method that works best for you.
We welcome donations of all types and sizes. Your individual contribution is 100% tax deductable. Donate now through this safe and secure method.
Employer Matching Gifts
Increase the impact of your donation through an employee matching gift program. Talk with your Human Resources or Payroll Department to see how your employer can match your charitable donation. Be sure to include the Center for Asian American Media on your list of eligible charities.
Publicly traded stocks, bonds and mutual fund shares are a convenient way to support CAAM and receive a tax deduction based on the fair market value of the shares at the time of the gift. For more information on how you can donate, please call (415) 863-0814 ext. 104.
CAAM in Your Estate Plan
You can continue to support CAAM through the form of a bequest in your will. Making a bequest to charity may lower your federal estate taxes and fees. You can specify that the remainder of your estate (after your family and friends are provided for) goes to charity, or you can specify that a charity receive a pre-determined percentage of the remainder or a fixed gift.
Your contribution directly supports the following programs:
- Our SF International Asian American Film Festival is the largest and most prestigious showcase of Asian and Asian American films in North America. Your donation assures that the Festival continues to be an important launching point for Asian and Asian American independent film and media makers.
- Our innovative Digital and Interactive Media Program creates socially relevant content and online games and resources such as HAPAS.US and Filipino or Not? Your donation enables us to continue to lead in the new media field.
- Our Video Distribution program provides schools and educators across the nation with vital curriculum about Asian American history and thought provoking stories about contemporary life and culture. Your donation supports the longevity of this important educational resource.
- Our Filmmaker Resources provides funding, mentoring and expert advice to Asian American film and media makers. From established to emerging, your donation supports the life cycle of a film at every stage.
To find out how you can make a difference today, contact:
Debbie Ng, Development and Communications Director
dng [at] asianamericanmedia [dot] org
(415) 863-0814 ext.104