Pacific Passages Circle

PPC Member Bassie Lee (left) with PPC Chair Gerrye Wong (right) at the Walt Disney Family Museum
The history of America is the history of immigrants.  Yet the stories of
West Coast immigration are not as well known as those of the East Coast.  Our
Pacific Passages Circle makes sure those voices are heard so that the entire
American story can be told.


Gerrye Wong
Chair, Pacific Passages Circle

With support from donors, we continue to expand our reach, audiences and programs. Contributions from Pacific Passages Circle (PPC) donors are dedicated to outreach and youth education locally, regionally, and nationally. In concert with our supporters, we share the very important stories of Angel Island and other Pacific Coast immigrants with all Americans.

Our challenge as a nation to understand our collective past and empower all of us to turn a history of exclusion into a future of inclusion.

Please join the Pacific Passages circle to support AIISF's efforts to preserve and share our immigrant heritage.  When you do, you'll be joining a caring community of donors who make gifts of $1,000 or more annually.

Pacific Passages Circle Founding Members

We are pleased to extend the following benefits to members of Pacific Passages Circle:

Levels and Benefits

Traveler ($1,000 to $2,499)
Listing in the annual report and on our website
Angel Island book
Invitation to an exclusive event

Voyager ($2,500 to $4,999)
All of the above, plus:
Private guided tour of the Immigration Station with AIISF’s Executive Director

Explorer ($5,000 to $9,999)
All of the above, plus:
Personal guided tour of the Immigration
Station by Judy Yung, co-author of the book, Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America

Navigator ($10,000 to $14,999)
All of the above, plus:
Private lunch for you and three guests with the President of the AIISF Board of Directors

Trekker ($15,000 to $24,999)
All of the above, plus:
Up to 5 hours of professional research on your family’s immigration history

Path Finder ($25,000 and above)
All of the above, plus:
Overnight accommodations including meals for up to six guests in a Victorian Cottage on Angel Island

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