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Dear Sponsor:

The Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc. (CPACS) seeks your sponsorship for our 13th annual TEA Walk (Together Empowering All).

TEA Walk is the largest empowerment walk of its kind in the South, bringing together ever-increasing numbers of Atlanta’s diverse communities. Over the last 12 years, TEA Walk has provided a unique opportunity for all Georgians to celebrate the rich diversity of our State and to walk in unity to celebrate that diversity. TEA Walk provides a critical voice to the immigrant, refugee and limited English-proficient communities of Georgia and encourages us all to be educated about the issues that affect us, to be empowered to play a role in shaping our communities, and to mobilize to create positive change.

After a two-mile empowerment walk along Buford Highway in Doraville, Georgia, CPACS hosts a dynamic community fair and stage show, complete with light refreshments, music, dance, sponsorship booths, and more, all free of charge. TEA Walk 2016 hosted over 3,000 participants and engaged 260 volunteers.

The 13th annual TEA Walk is scheduled for Saturday October 14, 2017, from 9am to 1pm at CPACS main building – 3510 Shallowford Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30341. Please join CPACS at our annual TEA Walk by contributing to this exceptionally note¬worthy cause.

Thank you for your kind consideration.

Sincerely,

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Chaiwon Kim, CEO

WHY SPONSOR TEA WALK?

  • Gain exposure to some 2,600 community members from across the south in one venue
  • Build positive relationships with Georgia’s growing immigrant and refugee communities
  • Partner with CPACS in our mission to promote self-sufficiency and equity for all

Contact Information

To learn more about TEA Walk, please call (770) 936-0969. To learn how to become a Sponsor of the TEA Walk please contact: 

Karuna Ramachandran / Program Director / TEA Walk sponsorship chair karuna.ramachandran@cpacs.org or 770 936 0969 ext.121

Donate TEA Walk

Please consider making a donation to TEA Walk to build positive relationships with Georgia’s growing immigrant and refugee communities.





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