The AAPI Civic Engagement Fund understands there is a longstanding need for AAPIs – as a community of color and predominantly immigrant and refugee population – to become informed, activated, and engaged, particularly in the area of civic participation. Yet, AAPI voter registration and turnout rates have historically been disproportionately low. The Fund fosters a culture of civic participation within AAPI communities by supporting the growth of AAPI groups as organizational movement and power building leaders that achieve specific policy, systems, and transformational change. The AAPI Civic Engagement Fund supports The Shared Liberation Network organizations below to advance racial equity and intersectional justice. The Network is made up of 35 Asian American and Pacific Islander social justice organizations across 20 states who are responding to increasing anti-racism violence faced by their community members in the face of a global pandemic and uprisings calling for an end to systemic racism. The groups within the Shared Liberation Network are coming together to build community power, share strategies and resources, and explore how to work together towards a more inclusive, just, equitable, and safe world.