Asian Community Alliance, Inc. (ACA) is inviting Asian high school seniors from all across the Greater Cincinnati area to apply for the Dorothy O’Brien Youth Scholarship (DOBYS) 2015-2016. Two (2) scholarships of $2,500 each will be awarded for students who have given back to the community through their community service or volunteering. One scholarship will also be based on financial need. This Youth Scholarship Program is created in honor of Mrs. Dorothy O’Brien.
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Asian Community Alliance board members receiving a donation of $10,000 from Dr. D. Sangeeta, Chief Diversity Officer, of The Nielsen Company. $5,000 is for awarding our very 1st Dorothy O’Brien Youth Scholarships to two (2) deserving Asian high school seniors.
Wednesday 4/16/14 10am (Asian-American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month – May)
Jennifer Nagrath, Chair of ACA and Arlene deSilva, Executive Director of ACA shared the history of ACA and the invaluable work that ACA is working for the Asian communitiies in the Greater Cincinnati area.
ACA launched “Project H.O.P.E.” (Helping Our People through Empowerment) in 2012 to specifically address domestic violence (DV) issues among the Asian community. Through generous funding from the Association of Indian Physicians, The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio, and Acclaim Home Health Services, ACA has conducted several community forums among the Asian
Award for exceptional work in the community to support immigrant survivors of domestic violence – presented by The Alliance for Immigrant Women in November 2012
By Eric Schwartzberg, The Western Star
For more than a decade, one group has been working to help the area’s Asian population in a myriad of ways.
By Eric Schwartzberg
MIDDLETOWN JOURNALDAYTON DAILY NEWS
Warren County’s Asian population more than tripled from 2000, according to the U.S. Census.
In 2000, there were fewer than 2,000 Asian residents in the county. Now there are more than 6,000.
April 3, 2011
Asian Community Alliance held a Hepatitis B Screening at Lady of LaVang Vietnamese Church on April 3, 2011. ACA provided 68 free screenings for both the insured and uninsured members of the community.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 2011
A New President Elected and A New Executive Director
Joined the Asian Community Alliance, Inc. (ACA, Inc.) Cincinnati, Ohio.
CINCINNATI – Arlene de Silva has been elected President of ACA, Inc. Arlene is an internationally recognized seniorcare executive with 30 years management