MALO hosts several events and functions as a fluid resource center for the Inland Empire’s Tongan and Tongan American communities. These programs include cultural preservation events, university collaborations, and 2020 Census efforts.
Tongan American community members come together to create an organization that serves Tongan and Pacific Islander populations of the Inland Empire.
Cultural Annual Event
MALO hosts its first annual event celebrating Tongan culture.
Ontario park Performance
MALO gives an opportunity for Tongan American youth to perform and share their culture at a new Ontario park.
MALO community members opened for the annual Native American Indigenous Studies Association with a speech and māʻuluʻulu performance.
First Ontario Independence Parade
MALO organizes community members to proudly represent the Tongan American identity for the first time at the Ontario Independence Day Parade.
Census IE Partnership
MALO partners with Census IE to plan for the 2020 Census outreach efforts.
We boost 2020 Census counting in hard-to-count Tongan and Tongan American populations in the Inland Empire.
MALO began collected donations and funds to send to Inland Empire Tongan families struggling or fighting the virus from the global COVID-19 crisis.