2015 Scholarship

CCAPW is proud to offer another round of scholarships this year to support Asian and Pacific Islander young women. Applications are now available and due April 15, 2015.

Join Our efforts

For over 35 years, CCAPW has provided a space for Asian Pacific women to gather, network, learn, and get involved. We invite you to become a member!

Meet The Board

CCAPW is excited to install its new Board of Directors for the 2015 year. With a strong team and new goals, we're ready to go!


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Events & Updates From CCAPW

  • CCAPW op-ed on domestic violence in the Fresno Bee

    Gena Lew Gong: Vang murder shows need to address domestic violence
    April 20, 2015
    The Fresno Bee
    On March 31, Becky Zyang Vang was shot and killed by her ex-husband, Neng Moua, who then turned his gun on himself. Various reasons have been circulating as to why this tragedy occurred, […]

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  • CCAPW report on October 2014 Domestic Violence forum

    In the Reports section of our website, we’ve posted the following document as a follow up on the domestic violence forum held last fall: Gender and Culture in Transition: A Community Conversation Report on Domestic Violence Forum with the Fresno Hmong Community. The forum was organized by CCAPW, hosted at Clovis Community College Center, […]

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  • CCAPW President, Gena Lew Gong, discusses domestic violence on ABC30

    In an interview with local news, CCAPW President, Gena Lew Gong, speaks out on the need to address the issue of domestic violence within the community. Continue Reading...
  • Media statement on recent murder-suicide in downtown Fresno

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 1, 2015
    Gena Lew Gong
    (559) 647-6260
    ccapwinfo@gmail.com| www.ccapw.org
    Yesterday’s tragic murder-suicide in downtown Fresno involving individuals of the Hmong community highlights the devastating impact of domestic violence. For too long, members of our communities have stood on the sidelines as many Hmong women silently suffer as helpless victims of domestic violence. Much of […]

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