台灣會館COVID-19個人防護物資發送紓困專案
Taiwan Center Covid-19 Personal Protection Equipment(PPE) Relief Request
活動緣由 Why Does Taiwan Center Care
2020年初武漢肺炎病毒入侵美國,屬於美國族群大熔爐的大洛杉磯地區各族群因疫情肆虐飽受煎熬,生靈塗炭,大洛杉磯台灣會館身為南加州最具代表性的台僑社團之一,全體董事一致認為應該效法故鄉台灣支援全球的陣容,竭其能盡之力,幫助南加州鄉親和主流社會最辛苦的前線醫療專業工作者和機構,度過抗疫難關。不少慷慨熱心的台美善心人士也有類似理想,在這段期間大力捐贈不少洛杉磯疫區急需要的個人防護物資,本會館特地毫不保留地代為轉發給需要的台灣鄉親和前線醫療機構。

捐贈物資 芳名錄:

皇佳商業銀行(Royal Business Bank)
台灣會館榮譽顧問張天駿律師及慈濟基金會美國總會
前董事吳大衿 先生
會館永久會員Juliet Chen女士
台灣會館董事暨東泰集團總裁吳東昇先生
民主進步黨美西黨部
Darryl Yang先生
台灣人公共事務會(FAPA)洛杉磯分會


At the beginning of 2020, COVID-19 virus invaded the United States. All communities in the Greater Los Angeles area greatly suffered from the epidemic. The board of Directors of Taiwan Center of Greater Los Angeles believe that the organization should follow the example of their hometown, Taiwan, and follow their footsteps to help Taiwanese American communities in Southern California and the hard-working front line medical professionals and institutions to overcome the pandemic. Many generous and enthusiastic Taiwanese American donors have similar ideals. During this period, they vigorously donated many personal protective equipments(PPEs) that were urgently needed in the Los Angeles epidemic area.

Donor List:

Royal Business Bank CEO
Taiwan Center Honorary Advisor Mr. Tim Chang and Tzu Chi Foundation USA
Former Taiwan Center Director Mr. Kim Woo
Taiwan Center lifetime member Ms. Juliet Chen
Taiwan Center Director Mr. Tom Wu
DPP US West
Mr. Darryl Yang
FAPA Los Angeles
大洛杉磯台灣會館簡介 About Taiwan Center Foundation of Greater Los Angeles
1998年,由愛台灣的台僑也是前僑務委員王桂榮先生慷慨捐出位於洛杉磯的產業;當時的萬通銀行總裁吳澧培先生為募款召集人,四十多個台灣社團及千位鄉親共同籌款建立了今天的「大洛杉磯台灣會館」。在過去優秀董事長們和今天田詒鴻董事長的帶領下,台灣會館基金會作為一間旨在服務台僑的非營利機構不斷舉辦不少有意義的活動來服務大眾並推廣台灣文化及傳統。

台灣會館目的是:

➣ 舉辦公益、文藝及教育等活動,以發揚台灣文化傳統。
➣ 促進與主流社會的交流,提昇台美人的形象。
➣ 鼓勵更多台美人參與社區活動。
➣ 培養第二代台美人成為優秀公民,傳承優質台美人文化。

希望大家能夠上網認識一下我們,有機會來參與會館的活動並加入我的行列!

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The Taiwan Center Foundation of Greater Los Angeles is a non-profit organization. In February 1998, the family of Ken John Wang donated the property at the corner of Garvey Avenue and Walnut Grove Avenue in the city of Rosemead to the foundation to to become the future home of the Taiwan Center. Later that year, responding to Mr. Li-Pei Wu's ardent call for action, Southern California Taiwanese Americans held a million dollar fund-raising event to raise money for the establishment of the Taiwan Center. Mr. Li-Pei Wu was then elected to be the first chairperson of the Board of the Foundation.

The Foundation is organized and shall be operated not for profit, but exclusively for the promotion of Taiwanese culture and heritage by means of charitable, cultural, literary, and educational activities.

➣To support activities which foster public knowledge and appreciation of Taiwanese culture and heritage.

➣To Serve as a forum where Taiwanese Americans of Southern California may voice concerns of mutual interest in a concerted and coordinated effort with allied non-profit groups and with the community.

➣To promote and encourage community and civic spirit among Taiwanese Americans of Southern California.

➣To foster goodwill and friendship among Taiwanese Americans in Southern California and residents of other ethnicities and cultures.

➣To strengthen the bond between the people of Taiwan and the people of the United States.

➣To preserve materials which represent the quality and history of the Taiwanese American community's development in Southern California.
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