November 2015 Newsletter

ATASK December Newsletter


 
Upcoming Events

Bon Me Grand Opening 

Friday, December 18, 2015

The Boston and Cambridge favorite, Bon Me, will be having its Grand Opening in Chestnut Hill on December 18, 2015. 

A portion of the night's proceeds will be donated to support the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence programs.
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ATASK Annual Community 5K

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Mark your calendars! The ATASK Community 5K race has been set for Saturday, April 9, 2016.

ATASK's Community Leaders Council is currently seeking 1-2 coordinator(s) to help organize the event.

Click here to find out how you can get involved.




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Annual Silk Road Gala 2015


Last month, the 2015 Silk Road Gala took place at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse in Boston.  The venue was transformed into a "Night Market," complete with guest chefs preparing culinary masterpieces behind bamboo-lined tables and cultural performances from all around Asia.  It was a beautiful evening of food and festivities, all benefiting ATASK programs and services. 

Gala Co-Chairs, Tracy and Dr. Michael Wagner of Tufts Medical Center and Martha and Ted English of Bob's Furniture, Emcee Janet Wu of 7News/CW56, ATASK Interim Co-Executive Directors Cristina Ayala and Dawn Sauma, and Board Chair Audrey Paek raised awareness around the issue of domestic violence in the Asian community and the services ATASK provides to support survivors. 
 
Thank you to all those who helped support our mission of preventing domestic violence in Asian families and communities. 
  
Didn't get a chance to attend? Check out our event photo gallery here.

ATASK Participating In Giving Tuesday

Save the date! On Tuesday, December 1, organizations, families, communities and students around the world will be supporting Giving Tuesday

This year, ATASK will be participating in the global day of givingContributions will go towards counseling, support, grocery assistance for families in-need, high chairs, car seats, 24 hours of a life-saving multilingual hotline, legal support and many other essential services.

To help a domestic violence survivor live a more peaceful life, click here.