January 26, 2023

For Lunar New Year, an Oakland Nonprofit Is Giving Chinatown Businesses the Gift of Swag

Now, just in time for Lunar New Year, Cut Fruit Collective has put together their most stylish fundraising project yet: a collection of swag that includes a trucker hat, a tote bag and a banh mi–themed long-sleeved shirt. Each item features a longstanding Chinatown food business that will receive 100% of the profits from each sale.

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August 29, 2022

Voting begins: 2022 Gold Futures Challenge to give $500,000 to top groups empowering AAPI communities.

Through the 2022 Gold Futures Challenge initiative, competition organizers are distributing prizes ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 to the top 10 AAPI groups that help people in the communities get “seen, heard, empowered, and united.”

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Feb 7, 2022

Where to Eat in SF's Chinatown, According to Local Experts

Thrillist asked the women behind Cut Fruit Collective about their favorite spots and what makes them their go-tos. After all, who better to get recommendations from than people who are using their free time to help save the neighborhood?

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The New York Times

January 29, 2022

It's Lunar New Year. Get Ready for Some Fruit.

The New York Times shared Cut Fruit Collective co-founder Daphne Wu's experiences of gifting and enjoying fruit during Lunar New Year.

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The Infatuation

May 14, 2021

How To Spend A Day In Oakland Chinatown: Community Spaces, Restaurants, Shops, & More

Daphne Wu, a co-founder of Cut Fruit Collective, shares some of her favorite landmarks and businesses to support in the neighborhood.

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NBC News

Feb 5, 2021

Lunar New Year celebrations this year aim to help struggling Chinatowns

Save Our Chinatowns and Good Good Eatz’s "Have You Eaten Yet?" recipe zine is featured in this nationwide coverage.

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Jan 21, 2021

This Lunar New Year-Themed Zine Aims to Boost Struggling Oakland Chinatown Food Businesses

Save Our Chinatowns, a fundraising initiative that benefits small businesses in the Oakland and San Francisco Chinatowns, is kicking off a new project to help support the neighborhood: a stylishly illustrated zine that doubles as a love letter to Oakland Chinatown.

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Feb 16, 2021

'Save Our Chinatowns' supports Oakland businesses during COVID-19

ABC 7’s Dion Lim interviews Save Our Chinatowns team members and owner of Green Fish Seafood Finnie Phung about how Oakland Chinatown has fared during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Sep 23, 2020

A fundraiser for restaurants destroyed in Chinatown fire

Save Our Chinatowns raises money for restaurants ravaged by fire.

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Updated Mar 17, 2021

Here's How to Help Combat Anti-Asian Violence

Time included Save Our Chinatowns in a list of organizations to support as rates of anti-Asian violence rise.

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NY Mag

Updated Mar 23, 2021

61 Ways to Donate in Support of Asian Communities

The Strategist organized a list of organizations (including Save Our Chinatowns) from those that assist businesses impacted by COVID-19 to those that provide legal aid and education on AAPI issues.

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Feb 5, 2021

Artists Turn Chinatown Food Memories Into Gorgeous Illustrations for a Good Cause

The fundraiser in collaboration with Good Good Eatz and five Asian American artists turned submitted Chinatown memories into artwork that benefited undocumented farmworkers in Sonoma County

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