Lyft Job Access Partnership

LyftUp Job Access is Lyft’s comprehensive effort to expand transportation access to those who need it most. Through LyftUp, Lyft has partnered with leading nonprofits such as Gold House and the All of Us Movement to help provide free and discounted rides to individuals and families who lack affordable, reliable transportation to gain access to healthy food, get to job interviews, get to the polls, connect with critical resources in the aftermath of natural disasters, and more. COVID19 has disproportionately impacted minority-owned small and medium sized businesses (SMB's). The All of Us Movement was a proud partner in this launch, helping provide transportation to Asian-owned restaurants and Black-owned restaurants in New York City. Read more here.

The 2020 Census & #CensusWeek

The All of Us Movement and Gold House partnered with the Census to provide in-language support in 8 languages to help spread the very important message to complete the Census. Find more information and view the translated resources here.

SBA Paycheck Protection Program Virtual Town Hall 

The All of Us Movement was the first Small Business Association (SBA) partner to provide Paycheck Protection Program Loan information in 8 different Asian languages and hosted the first inclusive SBA Virtual Town Hall, featuring Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Our Fair Share and Marc Cuban’s PPP.Bank, bringing together marginalized communities to discuss shared economic struggles and resources. View the translated SBA PPP Loan resources and Virtual Town Hall here

The $1K Project

Humanity Forward Foundation x The $1k Project connect families financially affected by the pandemic with sponsors who are willing to help them - directly. Learn more about this program here

ESPN's Be Water Screening in Partnership with The Bruce Lee Family Foundation

On July, 24th 2020 we held an exclusive screening of ESPN's 'Be Water' followed by a Live Q&A Discussion with Director Bao Nguyen, CEO of The Bruce Lee Family Companies Shannon Lee, Host of United Shades of America Kamau Bell, and Author Jeff Chang.

About Be Water: In Be Water, Director Bao Nguyen, combines rare archival photos and footage along with revealing interviews with Lee’s family and friends, offering an intimate look at the world’s most famous martial arts master and his many struggles against systemic racism. It broadcasted this summer as part of ESPN’s highly acclaimed 30 For 30 documentary series, breaking ratings records. Learn more and watch the Live Q&A here.

#OurIdentity Project Blue Marble COVID19 Relief Effort

On May 30th, 2020 Amazon Music’s Twitch Channel hosted  the livestream relief event #OurIdentity: Project Blue Marble which continued the celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month with an eight-hour livestreamed event that brought together Asian artists and leaders from around the world to fight against COVID-19 and the racism and xenophobia affecting Asian communities during the pandemic. Learn more about this campaign here