We are less than two weeks away from our 9th Annual CelebrASIANS Survivor Fashion Benefit: From Resilience to Radiance! This will be a virtual event on Saturday, November 13th at 6PM (ET). We are excited to feature the athletic sportswear and shoes of ASICS to showcase the style, spirit, and health journeys of our survivor models, who have faced cancer and trauma with inspiring strength and resilience. 

​​As our signature community event, CelebrASIANS raises funds towards peer-led support initiatives, breast and cervical cancer education and outreach, and programs that foster intergenerational community and cultural connection among the women we serve.

Registration and Donation Links are ACTIVE!
Click Here to Bid in the Silent Auction!
Click Here for Sponsorship and Ad Form!


Did you know Asian Women for Health is a partner of the Women's Health Network?
The Women’s Health Network (WHN) is a Massachusetts Department of Public Health program aimed at helping women receive screenings for breast and cervical cancer. The Center of Excellence of Women’s Health is happy to support Boston Medical Center’s patients by providing:
  • Breast and cervical health education
  • Support for breast and cervical screenings and follow-ups
  • Patient navigation assistance, including: community resources, appointment scheduling, companionship and reminders, transportation and insurance assistance
Call the Women’s Health Network Community Health Worker, Monica Ramos, at (617) 638-7512 or email at 
Welcome to our Team, Drea!
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER, Alessandra "Drea" Panares (she/her) is a queer Filipina community organizer & storyteller based on Pawtucket and Massachusett land (Boston.) For college, she attended Creighton University, earning degrees in Psychology and History with a minor in Women's & Gender Studies. She graduated having presented grant-earning original research at the university, regional, and national level. Currently, Drea serves as a member of the City of Boston's SPARK council. She volunteers with local public health & mutual aid orgs, and spends her spare time on freelance creative projects. Dedicated to equity and inclusion work as a whole, Drea is particularly passionate about racial justice, LGBTQIA+ activism, and disability (esp. mental health) advocacy. She is very excited to join with AWFH as a way of continuing to explore the intersections of public health, arts, & civics.
First held in 2004 by ASPIRE, the Asian American Womxn in Leadership (AAWIL) Conference is an interactive event aimed at growing and developing personal and professional leadership. The conference provides a forum for a cross-generational community of Asian American girls and womxn to share experiences and learn from one another. The program includes keynote addresses, speaker sessions, networking opportunities, and interactive workshops. Conference participants include high school, college, and graduate school students and young, mid-career, and seasoned professionals from around the country.

This year, AWFH will be represented at the AAWIL Conference by our community engagement manager, Drea Panares, who will be sharing her mental health journey. Register here for the conference!

The CDC recently announced their booster dose recommendations for those who received the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccinations.

For Pfizer or Moderna recipients, you are eligible for a booster 6 months after your second shot if you are part of one of the following groups:

  • People 65 years and older
  • Workers and residents in long term care settings
  • People aged 18+ years with underlying medical conditions
  • People aged 18+ years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of their occupational or institutional setting.
For Johnson & Johnson recipients, you are eligible for a booster 2 months after your shot if you are 18+.

We are urging community members to wear their masks in indoor spaces and continue to follow health and social distancing measures, regardless of whether you have been vaccinated.

Please find your nearest vaccine clinic here!
All of Us Research Program 
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