The National Asian American Coalition (“NAAC”) is the nation’s leading Asian American nonprofit advocating for homeownership affordability; for greater economic growth focusing on the underserved communities; for small business development and for advancing the growing economic and social power of Asian Americans nationwide. NAAC is the founding member of its sister coalition, the National Diversity Coalition, a nationally known nonprofit of diverse community organizers, faith based leaders & business owners. The NAAC’s success is a combination of over 15 years strengthening communities who are strong supporters of our initiatives thereby earning the respect from more than three dozens of Fortune 500 corporations, and from high ranking directors & commissioners of federal & state governmental agencies.
Our Washington DC regulatory and congressional presence allows us to be a major economic and bipartisan educational force before Congress and regulators from the US Treasury, FTC, FDIC, Federal Reserve to the FCC, HUD, DOJ, and the SEC. Our headquarters is in the most innovative 21st Century environment in America, the San Francisco Bay Area. NAAC Hope Booths are also found in several Asian ethnic grocery supermarkets in greater LA and Bay Area.
Working closely with prominent Black, Latino, faith-based and other Asian American organizations, including a TV program for mainstream cable channels, it is our intention to be a resource for all corporate and governmental leaders that wish to ensure that they have a diverse footprint and a grassroots outreach that extends into the millions. National Asian American Coalition is a 501(c)3 Non-profit Organization, a HUD Approved Home Counseling agency and an IRS approved VITA site.
To be the preferred conduit of low and moderate income families. This includes increased sustainable and responsible homeownership for low to moderate income families and technical assistance, marketing and outreach for small business development, minorities and veterans, as well as advocating for low to moderate income communities on a broad range of consumer issues before governmental bodies.