CALLS ARE CONFIDENTIAL
AND ANONYMOUS

CALLS ARE CONFIDENTIAL
AND ANONYMOUS

CALLS ARE CONFIDENTIAL
AND ANONYMOUS

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO SUPPORT HAWA AND YOUR COMMUNITY. CLICK BELOW TO FIND HOW.

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO SUPPORT HAWA AND YOUR COMMUNITY. CLICK BELOW TO FIND HOW.

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO SUPPORT HAWA AND YOUR COMMUNITY. CLICK BELOW TO SEE HOW.

Hmong American Women's Association supports strengthening healthy relationships for ALL Southeast Asian families.

Hmong American Women's Association supports strengthening healthy relationships for ALL Southeast Asian families.

HAWA SUPPORTS STRENGTHENING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS FOR ALL SOUTHEAST ASIAN FAMILIES

HAWA IS A
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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

The civic engagement team at HAWA believes that our community has the potential to build power by engaging with one another on the issues that matter to the Hmong community. We do this by talking to our community at their homes, at church, in the market, on the volleyball courts as well as at the tournaments and festivals.

Alongside our engagement efforts, HAWA educates our community on how to use their power through the civic process. We regularly distribute information around the voting process and the candidates who are running for election; we provide free citizenship services which prepare members of our community to earn their citizenship and become active voters; and on Election Day, we provide rides to the polls for our elders.

Civic education citizenship classes are available in Hmong, Chin, and Burmese languages.

Confidentially and safety is our number one priority. If you or someone you know would like more information, please contact:

Citizenship Classes in Hmong

Ncais Vang
(414) 930-9352
ncais@hawamke.org

Citizenship Education Program

Paul Vang
(414) 930-9352
paul@hawamke.org

If you are seeking support outside of our office hours, please contact 24-hour WI Hmong Family Strengthening Helpline,  1-877-740-4292

 

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

HAWA always has opportunities for volunteers who want to help build awareness and power within the Hmong community.

 
We need passionate and committed individuals to help realize the hopes and dreams of our parents and grandparents as they fled the homeland and came to the U.S. Consider joining us in this movement, because progress won’t happen on its own, it will take all of us working together and advancing our cause.

OFFICE HOURS
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Hmong American Women’s Association
3727 West National Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53215

T: 414.930.9352
F: 414.930.9354
E: staff@hawamke.org

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24-hour WI Hmong Family Strengthening Helpline: 1-877-740-4292