HOPE h o p e
Our mission is to prevent domestic violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors.

Denim Day Boston 2015

Support ATASK's Youth Empowerment Project for this year's Denim Day on Wednesday, April 29! Denim Day is a campaign in which people wear an anti-violence denim patch to protest against rape and violence in solidarity!


Save the Date! In recognition of Denim Day, YEP, along with Viet-AID and MassCOSH, will host a Take Back the Night event on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 from 6-9pm at Viet-AID, Great Hall, 42 Charles Street, Dorchester, MA 02122. March and rally starts at 6pm at Ashmont Station.


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2014 Annual Report

We are very proud of our accomplishments over the past year.  If you would like to learn more about the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence and the work we do, please take a look at our annual report.


   

Announcement Regarding Interim Co-Executive Director Appointments

ATASK's Board is pleased to announce that Cristina Ayala and Dawn Sauma have assumed their roles as Interim Co-Executive Directors (as of March 2, 2015). Both are highly committed, and inspired by ATASK’s mission to serve as a voice of hope for survivors of domestic violence and a force for social change.

Cristina and Dawn have the full support, confidence, and enthusiasm of the organization’s Board and staff in ensuring the continuity of operations, and reaffirm ATASK's commitment to the community of continuing the high quality programs and services which ATASK has delivered for more than 20 years.

Click here for the full announcement.

   

Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence President Linda Chin
Stepping Down

Linda Chin, who has served as President of the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK) since 2008, has announced that she will step down from her position at the end of February 2015. For the past six years, Linda has been at the center of advancing ATASK's mission to prevent domestic violence in pan-Asian families and communities, and furthering ATASK's vision of being one of Massachusetts' premier nonprofit organizations. ATASK will continue its progress with initiatives that Linda helped pioneer in the areas of client empowerment and life skills.

Click here for the full announcement.

   

Shelter Program Improvement Fund 

As the emergency shelter for the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence enters its 20th year of serving survivors of domestic violence and their families in the Boston area, we recognize the need for many renovations and modernizations. Please take a moment to learn more about the Shelter Program Improvement Fund or make an online donation to specifically help this effort.

   

Survivor Story

ATASK Roads of Life

Youth Empowerment Project - PSA

Youth Empowerment Project - PSA

Youth Empowerment Project PSA

Youth Empowerment Project Video


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