Asia Pacific Cultural Center
To bridge communities and generations through arts, culture, education and business.
APCC was established in 1996 as a non profit community-based 501(c)(3) organization to bridge communities and generations through arts, culture, education and business. APCC provides many different services for the general public to educate and enhance awareness about the over 50 Asia Pacific cultures and over 100 languages, for better understanding and acceptance of the Asia Pacific people within general society for safer and healthier neighborhoods.
APCC provides 5 major public events annually, cultural trunks in the schools throughout the year, tea ceremonies throughout the year, classes of dance, martial arts, taichee, cooking, calligraphy, painting, sculpture, wood carving, tapa making, origami, paper making, storytelling, language, and performing arts. Many of these events are free to the public through sponsorships of corporate and private donors, and grantmaking. APCC serves over 15,000 annually and growing annually. APCC programs are conducted by mostly through community volunteers.
Annual Budget: $250,001 - $500,000
Number of Employees: 1-5
Accepts Volunteers: Yes
Service Area: Pierce County
People Served Annually: 15000