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Partner with Committee of 100

Be a sponsor of our annual Conference & Gala

Sponsorship of Committee of 100 delivers huge impact to our work at the same time as gives you the greatest visibility possible. Before, during, and after our annual conference, your brand will be spotlighted. Work with us to create your customized marketing experience one-on-one with part of our Sponsorship team.

Whether your brand purchases a sponsorship package or we co-create a unique program just for you, Committee will help your brand deliver your message to hundreds of academics, policymakers, philanthropists, journalists, and guests at our in-person U.S. Conference & Gala who come together to strengthen the Chinese American bond.

Collaborate with us

Are you an organization, group, or business that is interested in doing a joint event, collaborating on an article or research study, having us speak on a panel, or partnering in another way? If you’re curious if Committee of 100 might be a good fit, please reach out to:

Make a corporate donation

As a non-profit and non-partisan organization, Committee of 100 is supported by membership dues and donations, voluntary contributions, and corporate sponsorships. Committee of 100 does not receive funding from any government sources—foreign or domestic. With every donation, we’ll build a stronger bridge between America and China.

To talk about your donation contact us at:

Past Annual Conference & Gala Partnerships


Akin Gump, AME Cloud Ventures, J.T. Tai & Co. Foundation and Victoria W Hsu, Oscar Tang

Guoqing Chen, Verizon, Theodore T. Wang

Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Freepoint, Buck Gee, International Vitamin Corporation, The Morningside Foundation and Ronnie Chan, The Serica Initiative, Wells Fargo Bank

Blank Rome, David Li, DayDayCook, East West Bank, Ernst & Young, Gibson Dunn, Gracell Biotechnologies and William Cao, Shau-wai Lam, Norman Liu, Philip Ma, Norton Rose Fulbright, Steinway & Sons, Henry Tang, Lulu C. Wang


Fulgent Genetics, H. Roger Wang

Kenson Ventures, LLC, J.T. Tai & Co. Foundation and Victoria W Hsu, Xcoal Energy & Resources, Walter and Shirley Wang

Zoom, Oscar Tang, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Buck J. Gee, Zion Enterprises LLC, Anonymous, AME Cloud Ventures, Amgen, Inc.

Wells Fargo, Deloitte & Touche LLP, Anonymous, KCY Family Office LLC, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Jerry Guo, Cormorant Asset Management, Paul C. Lin, Ronnie Chan

State Street, The China Project, Little Dragon Foundation, Philip and Margaret Ma, Nora Wu, Lulu C. Wang, Sakura and William Wang, J. Michael Chu, Waitex, Anonymous, Deborah Liu, Walden Catalyst Ventures, East West Bank, eYs3D, Chi-Foon Chan, Anthony Sun, Shau-wai Lam, RADII, Brian Sun & Norton Rose Fulbright, Shu Li

Premier and Affiliate Partnerships from the joint Committee of 100-Columbia University Research


1990 Institute, Alliance for Families with Developmental Needs, Asian American Donors Program, Asian American Government Executives Network, AsAmNews, Asian American Women Artists Association, BeChinatown, Biing-Huei Su, The Carter Center, Chicago Chinese Forum, The China Project, Chinese American Association of Greater Chicago, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – Boston, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – Portland, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – Seattle, Chinese American Citizens Alliance National, Chinese American Museum DC, Chinese American Pioneer Heritage Committee, Chinese American Women in Action, Chinese American Heritage Foundation, Chinese Historical Society of Southern California, Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc., Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community, Columbia Business School, Community Youth Center of San Francisco, Deloitte, Friends of Children with Special Needs, George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations, Henry Tom, Institute for China-America Studies, Kaiming Head Start, Museum of Chinese in America, OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates National, OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates San Diego, Overseas Student Service Corp., Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association, UCI Chinese Alumni Chapter, UCSF Asian Health Initiative, United States Heartland China Association, The U.S.-China Perception Monitor, World Journal, Wu Yee Children’s Services.


1882 Foundation, Alliance of MN Chinese Organizations, API Council, Asia Society, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Asian Columbia Alumni Association, Asian American Business Development Center, Asian American Unity Coalition, Asian Pacific American Libraries Association, Asian Real Estate Association of America, Asian Women for Health, Asians Fighting Injustice, Association of Asian American Investment Managers, Association of Chinese American Scientists and Engineers, Brooklyn Public Library, CAAM Chinese Dance Theater, Cal Alumni Association, Carlsbad Chinese-American Club, Chinatown Partnership, Chinese Adoptee Alliance, Chinese American Association for Autistic Community, Chinese American Association of Lexington, Chinese American Association of Minnesota, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – Houston, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – Las Vegas, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – Oakland, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – San Antonio, Chinese American Citizens Alliance – San Francisco, Chinese American Community Health Services, Chinese American History Group, Chinese American WWII Veterans, Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association NY, Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association Georgia, Chinese Health Initiative of San Mateo County, Chinese Historical Society of America, Coalition for Asian American Children and Families, Colorado Asian Pacific United, Crossings TV, DC Talk Story, Global China Connection, Greater Austin Asian Chamber, Hope Chinese School, Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association, KTSF 26 News, MinKwon Center for Community Action, Monte Jade West, NAPABA, New York Chinese Cultural Center, New Jersey Chinese-American Chamber of Commerce, Shaolin Hung Mei Kung Fu, South Coast Chinese Cultural Association, South Cove Community Health Center, The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), University of Minnesota China Center, Upper Manhattan Asian American Alliance, US-China Business Council, US-China Peoples Friendship Association–Minnesota Chapter, Utah Chinese Association, Veterans for Peace, You May US.