Give to Those who Give
For a a few pennies a day, you can sponsor a food box to feed a needy family or senior citizen.  Your donation can fund a scholar or intern.  You can sponsor a program to help develop tomorrow's community leaders.
Our scholarship program is designed to assist children in need of financial aid.  Scholarships will be used to further education.
The money you donate today will forever change the life of a child in need.  Help us end hunger in our community.
What We Do
OCA-Utah performs charitable acts through its many programs, events, and gatherings.  Addressing Food Insecurity, Senior health care, and academic scholarship, we work to relieve some of our community's most pressing concerns.

OCA utilizes a number of programs designed to empower our youth and young professionals through Personal Growth, Professional Development and Political Empowerment. 

One of our most important and impressive is our internship program which brings college students to Washington, DC to learn from our nation's leaders.  Interns are placed with public officials offices, federal agencies, non-profit organizations and local government offices to experience how government operates from both public and private perspectives.  
Watch this video created by our 2017 summer intern class:
OCA-Utah is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization incorporated in the State of Utah and is authorized by the Internal Revenue Service to accept tax deductible contributions.  We are the Utah chapter of OCA - Asian Pacific American Advocates, one of the largest and oldest APA community organizations in the nation.  OCA was founded in 1973.  For more information on OCA, go to our website at: 
Who We Are
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OCA is a national organization dedicated to advancing the social, political, and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans.

To fulfill its mission, OCA has established the following goals:
  • to advocate for social justice, equal opportunity and fair treatment;
  • to promote civic participation, education, and leadership;
  • to advance coalitions and community building; and
  • to foster cultural heritage.

Founded in 1973 as the Organization of Chinese Americans, OCA aims to embrace the hopes and aspirations of Asian Pacific Americans in the United States.
  • Asian Fesitival
  • Chinese New Year Celebration
  • Civic Engagement
  • Educating Voters
  • Ensuring Civil Rights
  • Fighting for Social Justice

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