For a limited time only, any new or renewed family memberships will receive a pair of tickets to the Asian Lantern Festival at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Become a Benefactor and support the important work of OCA Pittsburgh at the $100 level, and you will receive 4 tickets to this amazing display of traditional craftsmanship and luminescence!
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OCA holds an annual Lunar New Year Banquet featuring a one-of-kind, sit-down banquet-style dinner in the Pittsburgh area suppied by our friends at the Pittsburgh Chinese Restaurant Association. Past celebrations of the Lunar New Year have been at Heinz History Center, Childre Children’s Museum and Shriner’s in Cheswick. Our very own Performance Ensemble is featured, along with a special invited guest, Win-Win Kung Fu.
Due to the Pandemic, all OCA-related activities have been held virtually. Please check back for updates on the 2022 Lunar New Year Banquet.Learn more about the banquet »
With support of UPMC Montefiore Hospital, Pittsburgh Chinese Physician Association, and Tzu Chi Foundation, OCA hosts its Free Medical Clinic annually, at the Internal Medical Clinic of Montefiore Hospital.
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Screening of Vincent Who? and Q&A with filmmaker Curtis Chin
OCA Free Medical, Eye, and Dental Clinic
OCA Dance Ensemble at the Asian Lantern Festival at Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium
In The Community
The Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA), Pittsburgh Chapter is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, non-partisan organization and is part of OCA National, a civil rights advocacy and educational organization dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. To securing the rights of Asian and Pacific Islander American citizens and permanent residents through legislative and policy initiatives at all levels of the government, and to bettering the lives of the more than 12 million Asian and Pacific Islander Americans across the country. Headquartered in Washington D.C., OCA has over 100 chapters and affiliates across the country participating in community involvement and developing the leadership potential and skills of the next generation. OCA takes no collective position on the politics of any foreign country, but instead focuses on the welfare and civil rights of Asian Pacific Americans in the United States.