2014 Emperor & Empress Charity Gala

Dear CNSC Supporters,

Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC) invites you to join us in celebrating our 45th Anniversary in helping our low-income immigrants become self-sufficient. Our newest KEEP CHINATOWN CLEAN program keeps our Chinatown streets clean and provides temporary jobs and job training for our unemployed residents.

Since 1969, CNSC has been the premier provider of essential transitional support services for our new immigrants. CNSC’s multilingual information and referral services includes housing, health, food, victim, free tax filing/consulting, financial literacy, consumer disputes, elderly, and low-income assistance. Our latest job readiness program helps immigrant job seekers with little or no English/ computer skills/experience with essential job readiness workshops: mock interviews, basic computer classes, ESL for job seekers, online job search, image grooming, social skills, job recruitment, and entry level job placements. Our annual food distribution feeds over 5,000 needy individuals. Our free tax assistance programs serves over 2,000 low-income families and helps taxpayers recover over $2 million in total tax refunds.

Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Tax ID # 94-2152893) that provides services to new immigrants to help them to be self-supporting and vibrant citizens in their new country.

A major source of funds for our services is the annual Emperor and Empress Charity Gala. Your generosity and continued support for this year’s Charity Gala will provide our most vulnerable individuals and families with the support they need to survive and thrive. Please join our 45th Anniversary celebration on Friday, October 24, 2014, 6:00 pm at the Empress of China Restaurant, 838 Grant Ave, Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 94108.

If you have any questions please email us at cnsc@chinesenewcomers.org or call us at (415) 421-2111.

Thank you so much for your support,

T. Peter Lam, ,Board Chair
Rita G. Mah, Executive Director