April 25, 2014- May 12, 2014
Mother’s Day Fundraising Campaign! Alipato Project is fundraising to pay for office rent for June and July. Donate $15 and we’ll send your mom a mother’s day gift!
April 19, 2014
Leo Esclamado will represent Alipato Project in Hyphen Magazine’s Asian-American male pageant. He and his dance crew have been working hard on the talent portion: a hip hop dance against domestic violence and climate change!
Use the code “leo4mrhyphen” to get $10 off your ticket!
April 12, 2014
We met our neighbors, spread awareness about Alipato Project, and raised $180 at our garage sale fundraiser!
March 17, 2014 to March 21, 2014
Leo Esclamado is representing the resilient families of the Alipato Project and the Filipino/American Coalition for Environmental Solidarity by competing for the coveted Mr. Hyphen 2014 crown! Please watch his video and vote Leo4MrHyphen!
March 14, 2014
Alipato Project’s Attorney Tia Katrina Taruc Canlas provided a domestic violence tort training to the Immigrant Center for Women and Children (ICWC)- San Francisco chapter. ICWC provides affordable immigration services to underrepresented women and children in California.
January 17, 2014
With the help of these beautiful people, Alipato Project reached and surpassed its Indiegogo Campaign goal of $509. The total amount raised was $1,475! Thank you everyone!
Pictures of everyone who donated $50 or more were drawn and displayed in the Alipato Project office. (From left to right, top to borrom: Rima Chaudry, Patricia Moran, Heather Warnken, Tara Seekins, Jesse Wiltey, Talia Alarid, Rebecca Pedinoff, Gaily Ezer, Sarkis Kalashian, Michaela Lee, Jonathan Roybal, Mari Rose Taruc, and Kimpo Ngoi)
October 28, 2013
Berkeley Law’s “Break the Silence about Domestic Violence” Event
Berkeley Law students read anonymous letters about how domestic violence has affected members of the Boalt community, Alipato Project‘s staff attorney Tia Katrina Taruc Canlas and Joshua Safran (from Crime After Crime) shared their stories about how growing up in abusive households inspired them to practice domestic violence law, and lots of inspiring side conversations ensued!
See the video here: Berkeley Law Video
October 27, 2013
Domestic Violence Awareness Month Alipato Project Fundraiser, hosted at The New Parkway Theater: screening of the movie “All Good Things.”
Based on a true story, “All Good Things,” starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst is a mystery/thriller/psychological drama. “All Good Things” offers a contradiction to the too-often unchallenged assumption that domestic violence only occurs in low-income households and communities of color.
Warning: very violent. not for kids.
The New Parkway. 12:20pm to 2:30pm.
August 12, 2013
Alipato Project Fundraiser, hosted by OPPA Oakland Style: screening of the movie “The Women Outside”, a documentary about 37,000 American troops using the industry of over 27,000 Korean sex workers. The movie will be followed by a panel discussion connecting the dots between the social impact of US militarism in Asia, immigration of Asian women to the US, and domestic violence towards Asian immigrant women in the US.
The New Parkway, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
May 11, 2013
Hella Gay, Oakland’s Monthly Queer Dance Party, is donating 15% of their profits to the Alipato Project! We’ll be there to screen our Indiegogo video and to answer any questions about the cause.
$5 cover, 9:30pm to 2:00am, Venue: The Uptown, 1928 Telegraph Ave. Oakland
April 27, 2013
Tia Katrina Taruc Canlas, Alipato Project’s founder and staff attorney, presented a know-your-rights workshop for domestic violence survivors and their allies at the Phat Beets Produce North Oakland Farmer’s Market.
April 21, 2013
Alipato Project’s second fundraising event: Alchemy Collective Cafe donated their tips to Alipato Project, raising two hundred and fifty five dollars and forty cents!!!
March 31st, 2013
Alipato Project’s first board meeting! In three hours, we discussed our favorite gelato flavors, our commitment to eradicating domestic violence, our interest in collectively-run non-profits, fundraising principles, the prison industrial complex, and domestic violence law. In so doing, we identified Alipato Project’s needs, goals, and strategies.
March 30th, 2013
Alipato Project’s first fundraising party: Charity Poker Night! We raised a whopping 36 dollars, which was enough to cover the price of our alipatoproject.org domain name! Thank you Rebecca Pedinoff, Ricardo Moran, Payam Imani, and Christopher Myers for being Alipato Project’s first donors!