Bringing BMPP Giving Circle's vision to life requires partnerships and collaborations to make it all happen. BMPP thanks our partners and volunteers.

Partners

HEADWATERS FOUNDATION FOR JUSTICE

Headwaters Foundation for Justice houses BMPP Giving Circle as a donor advised fund. BMPP shares Headwaters Foundation value in supporting efforts that work towards social, racial, economic, and environmental justice. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Headwaters Foundation is a catalyst for social, racial, economic and environmental justice. 

ASIAN AMERICANS/PACIFIC ISLANDERS IN PHILANTHROPY (AAPIP)

AAPIP provides matching funds that helps BMPP's dollars go further. BMPP is proud to be a part of growing the movement of dreamers and doers who believe that by coming together we can begin to create a more responsive and democratic philanthropic sector in Minnesota and nationally. Based in San Francisco, California, AAPIP is a national member-supported philanthropic advocacy organization. Members include foundations, staff and trustees of grant making institutions, and nonprofit organizations in ten regional chapters across the United States.  

volunteers

The BMPP Giving Circle is made possible by the generosity of volunteers who donate their time and use their talents to fuel BMPP's good work. 

CHUE ZENG YANG

Chue Zeng Yang volunteers his time with creative work to develop BMPP's brand. Chue's depth and breadth brings BMPP’s vision to life in a creative way that challenges the way any of us can live and give to build a better world. Chue is a multidisciplinary artist specializing in Art Direction, Design, Photography and Cinematography. He currently is an Art Director at Pocket Hercules in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Dia Yang

Dia Yang volunteers her time to help make BMPP possible with press releases and events. Dia Yang is an Academic Advisor/Recruitment and Retention Specialist at Winona State University within the Inclusion and Diversity Office. She is a passionate educator, and works toward creating educational access and opportunities for all. Being a volunteer for Bad Mo Pho has taught her how simply one helping hand can lead to significant impact.