Empowering and Transforming Lives since 1987

Pacific Asian Empowerment Program, also known as PAEP has a new website. Learn more about the services we provide to our beloved seniors and PAEP's upcoming programs; The PAEP Youth and The PAEP Displaced Citizen Program in Seattle.

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Our Mission

Our Mission is to help improve the health and quality of life of Pacific Asian residents of King County through empowered Community Groups of Filipinos, Laotians, Miens, Hmongs, Polynesians and other Pacific Asians of King County. Our Objectives is to fight hunger, isolation, food insecurity and malnutrition. Our culturally competent staff, the assistance of Sound Generations, our strong community-based partners, and volunteers provide us with a rich reservoir of resources to accomplish our goals and mission. Training is year round conducted by professionals and experienced volunteers. During our last survey evaluation, a vast majority of the clients indicated the positive changes the nutrition program has created for them in permanently changing their habits to improve their health.

PAEP Food Bank Sites

Filipino Community Center

American Polynesian Organization on Mondays; Hmongs/Miens & Laotians on Wednesdays and Fridays. 5740 M. L. King Way Dr. Seattle Washington 98118

Beacon United Methodist Church

Tongans every Tuesday. 7301 Beacon Ave. S. Seattle Washington 98108

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