Welcome to the Summer Sweepstakes by GYFTING
In celebration of AAPI-owned or co-founded small businesses
For the month of July, AARP has collaborated with GYFTING to salute Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) business owners, ages 50+, whose strength, resolve and ingenuity serve as an inspiration to all of us. They are proof that life after 50 can be fulfilling, prosperous, and teeming with potential.
Enter for a chance to enjoy these healthy and motivational products from Asian American entrepreneurs, ages 50+, curated by AARP and GYFTING:
Enter for your chance to win these great AAPI products!
ABOUT AARP | ABOUT AAPI PARTNERS
AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence and nearly 38 million members, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also produces the nation's largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. To learn more, visit www.aarp.org or follow @AARP, @AARPadvocates and @AARPAAPI on Facebook and Twitter for more community news and videos. AARP offers translated resources in Chinese, Korean and Vietnam
About AAPI Partners
It is Amrita’s mission to create better-for-you plant-based snacks that nourish the body and soul. They follow a triple bottom line—where people and social mission take equal priority to profits. And finally, they are deeply involved in giving back to the autism community by providing employment to young adults in the spectrum.
Asha means hope in Sanskrit. Their hope at AshaPops is to use ancient superfoods to help alleviate illnesses in Western society through dietary nourishment and provide people with the livelihood & dignity that they deserve by contributing 5% of our net proceeds to those in need. AshaPops invites you to enjoy their healthy treats as they look forward to making a difference in the lives of fellow citizens of the world.
The inspiration for Soup Queen comes from a grandmother's story. She taught her children and grandchildren that dried ingredients preserve nutrition and create deeper flavors. And while herbal soups are considered Chinese specialties, Soup Queen has fused flavors from many cultures together to create a modern twist on traditional soup recipes.
Wing On Wo & Co. is the oldest continuously operating store in Manhattan’s Chinatown boasting a five-generation long legacy in the heart of Mott St. They primarily sell traditional porcelain ware and customary Chinese goods. But they also breathe new life into established crafts by reinterpreting the conventional through a progressive Asian American lens.
Yumei is an artisan bakery that uses fondant, candy, and chocolate to make edible cake (cupcake) toppers and edible cake decorating ornaments. Their Mahjong-inspired confection is famous and is a playful symbol of good luck. They also offer custom-made items based on personal requests because their goal is to help you make your dream cake.