Name recognized on the Asian American Philanthropic Exchange's website, Facebook and LinkedIn pages. Your name will also be historically recognized and recorded as an initial investor who values and supports the health and well-being of the Asian American community....and cool button by Nat Lee.
Nat Lee is an animator/cartoonist from San Francisco, CA. His webcomic Faking Life enchants and delights people of all ages around the world (or it would if they read it). When not drawing, he can be found spending entirely too much time playing video games or yelling unintelligibly at the San Francisco Giants.
Benefits above and a super cool poster by a Vishavjit Singh.
Vishavjit is the first turbaned and bearded editorial cartoonist in U.S. By day he is a software analyst and by nights/weekends he creates turbanful Sikh cartoons that can be consumed at Sikhtoons.com. He can be reached at @sikhtoons and vsingh at sikhtoons dot com.
Benefits above and a super cool t-shirt designed by Jeremy Arambulo.
Jeremy Arambulo is a Los Angeles-based cartoonist currently working on A CHALLENGE, an original graphic novel inspired by Wong Jack Man and Bruce Lee in 1964. He also writes/records music as Fluorescent Beige, plays with Born That Guy and Visitors, and portrayed Andy Go in Derek Kirk Kim's Mythomania films.
Benefits above and a signed copy of Secret Identities: The Asian American Super Hero Anthology by Jerry Ma.
Jerry Ma is a graphic designer/illustrator best known for his work as the Art Director of Secret Identities and Shattered. He has also created his own art and design brand, Epic Proportions. Based in New York, Jerry's work has shown at the Japanese American National Museum, Museum of Chinese in America, New York Asian Film Festival, Smithsonian, Kangol Hong Kong.
Recognized as the premier database sponsor @$20,000 / or one of two premier sponsors @ $10,000. Also includes one year of Asian American Community Exchange member benefits (consultation / reports / ethnic media placement)