Asian American Senior Association of Pennsylvania was founded on the idea of helping those in need. Since our organization was established, we have endeavored to provide help where the need is greatest.
Our team is made up entirely of volunteers. We advocate for those who need our help. Even a little help goes a long way.
That is why we are especially happy to find new volunteers who share our commitment to doing good in the world. Do you want to support us by helping with our work? Then do not hesitate to contact us. A helping hand is always greatly appreciated!
宾州美亚老人会”(Asian American Senior Association Of Pennsylvania)于3月01 日2010年正式注册成立,于2011年5月5日经联邦政府批准为501C（3）非赢利机构.
Asian American Senior Association of Pennsylvania was officially incorporated on March 1, 2010。 On May 5, 2011, AASAPA was approved by the federal 501C (3) nonprofit organization.
In view of the rapid development of the Philadelphia community, the original community resources have become inadequate. Together with the arrival of new Asian immigrants, the situation is even more prominent. The elderly cannot find reasonable housing, resulting in inconvenience and conflict of family life and work. Not only seniors cannot enjoy a good life, young families are missing job opportunities and thus income reduced. Therefore, members of all community organizations and those who dedicate in the development of nursing home, senior apartments, senior activity center, etc., joined together to advocate for the well-being of the seniors.
The aims of the Association are:
1. To improve the living conditions of the seniors, enabling them to live more happily, meaningfully, with more dignity, “a sense of security”, spend the remaining years in comfort.
2. To serve the low income elderly, senior citizens, seniors with mild disability and special needs. The establishment of integrated community services and health services, liaison and make arrangement with other retirement, care center companies, overcome the language barrier, look after the everyday living, recreation, rehabilitation and care, hospice care, and services etc.
3. To Advocate for the seniors their deserved rights and benefits from the government and society.