KAMP Honored by CA Commission on APIA Affairs

On Monday, September 26, the Kuya Ate Mentorship Program was honored at the Mission Valley Library by the California Commission on Asian Pacific Islander American Affairs for our work in the community. This recognition is given to community based organizations who have demonstrated continued excellence and commitment to the advancement of the social, economic, health, education, and political advancement of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the state of California. KAMP was one of the select few to be recognized during the commission hearings, which are held throughout the state.