23rd Annual Vigil: Finding Refuge in Each Other
March 1st 2018
King County Courthouse
Join us on March 1st, 2018 from 4:30pm - 6:30pm for the 23rd Annual Vigil at the King County Courthouse to remember all lives lost to domestic violence. This year’s theme is “Kapwa: Finding Refuge in Each Other.” 

We need your support to:
- Endorse the vigil, you will be publicly recognized during the event
- Make a food or non-alcoholic beverage donation for the event
- Help spread the word, bring 5-10 people
- Encourage your group/ others to attend

For details or questions regarding ways to support, contact

API Chaya Annual Dinner & Gala
March 31st  2018
Seattle Westin, 1900 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets are available now for API Chaya's Annual Gala:
Earlybird pricing available until January 31st! 
Upcoming Meetings & Events
January 25thHuman Trafficking 101
Muslim Community Resource Center (MCRC) 
16225 NE 87th St Suite A-4 Redmond, WA

January 27th
LGBTQ (QTFOCS) Parent Group 
Saturdays (monthly)

January 27th
Volunteer Meeting
Hing Hay Coworks 
409B Maynard Ave S, Seattle 

January 28th
Rapid Response Team Meeting
Hing Hay Coworks 

March 1st: 
23rd Annual Vigil: Finding Refuge in Each Other
King County Courthouse

March 31st: 
Annual Dinner & Gala
Westin Seattle
Volunteer Opportunities
Childcare providers for events and meetings. Contact

23rd Annual Vigil planning & day-of volunteer
Complete this form: 

Annual Dinner & Gala planning & day-of volunteer
Complete this form: 

Vietnamese speakers interested in inter-generational work in faith based communities. Contact
Paid Sick Leave Law
Starting January 1, 2018, employees in Washington will begin accruing and receiving paid sick leave from their employer. This new employee right is a result of Initiative 1433, which was approved by Washington voters in fall 2016. Learn more here.

API Chaya is a part of the Fair Work Collaborative, a group of community-based organizations that partner with Fair Work Center to conduct Know Your Rights outreach and education among their constituencies.
Thank you!!
Thank you, sweet community, for helping us raise over $54,000 to support sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking survivors! We couldn't do our work without you!
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API Chaya
PO Box 14047
Seattle, Wa 98114

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