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    Victoria Filipino-Canadian Seniors Association

    In 1988, a group of new immigrants from the Philippines and Canadian of Filipino ancestry formed the Victoria Filipino-Canadian Golden Age Association under the auspices of the Victoria Filipino Canadian Association. It was founded by Fely Arevalo, Dominador Celeste, Lourdes Celeste, Adoracion Cubangbang, Serafin Cubangbang, Isidoro Emmanuel, Potenciana Emmanuel, with the assistance of Flora Bariuad, […]

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    Victoria Filipino-Canadian Caregivers Association

    On New Year’s Eve, 1987, a group of caregivers got together to establish, under the auspices and full support of the Victoria Filipino Canadian Association, theInternational Childcare and Domestic Services Association in Victoria. In 2001, the association changed its name to the Victoria Filipino-Canadian Caregivers Association to focus on the caregivers’ specific needs.   The […]

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    Victoria Filipino Canadian Association

    The Victoria Filipino Canadian Association (VFCA) is a non-profit organization established on February 10, 1969. Its purpose was chiefly to help new immigrants from the Philippines find housing accommodation and help each other to adjust to the Canadian way of life. The signatories on the application for the incorporation were all women in the health-care […]

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    Veterans Equity Center

    The Veterans Equity Center is a nonprofit organization located in the South of Market of San Francisco. VEC has been serving the community for the last 15 years. Originally established to provide services for Filipino World War II veterans, VEC has expanded its services to include low-income seniors, families, people with disabilities, immigrants, LGBTQ, formerly incarcerated and […]

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    The Filipino School of New York & New Jersey

    Founded in 2008, The Filipino School of New York & New Jersey promotes the learning of Philippine languages and arts, and the understanding of its rich culture, values and tradition. The school is open to all regardless of race, religion or creed. We offer programs for students of all ages. Activities are designed to provide a […]

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    The Filipino School

    Core Values We endeavor to adhere to standards of ethical conduct that shall serve as our guide in conducting the classes of The Filipino School. These Core Values aim to establish, instill and strengthen a culture of excellence and humanism at The Filipino School.     Respect and Integrity We will treat everyone with respect. […]

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    The Chapel of San Lorenzo Ruiz New York

      The Chapel of San Lorenzo Ruiz, located at 378 Broome Street (between Mulberry and Mott Streets) in Downtown Manhattan, is the first and only Catholic church dedicated to Filipinos in the United States. Originally, the chapel (formerly Holy Crucifix Church) was founded for the Italian Catholic community. However, in June 2005, under the auspices […]

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    SAMAHAN Filipino American Performing Arts & Education Center, Inc.

    The Samahan Filipino American Performing Arts and Education Center, Inc. was organized in 1974 by the late Dr. Lolita Dinoso Carter with the purpose of helping the Filipino American youth acquire pride in their cultural heritage, by providing them opportunity to participate and experience Philippine dance and music as a social and recreational activity, as […]

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    Salita! Filipino School

    Salita! Filipino School is a learning institution dedicated to enriching the lives of the Filipino-American youth in our community by offering courses that teach the Filipino language, its heritage, and culture. Established in 2012, founders and directors, Lauren Reyes and Nico Arce were inspired to share their love of culture and the Filipino language to […]

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    Pinoy-Pinay Educational Partnerships

    The Pin@y (Pinay/Pinoy) Educational Partnerships (PEP) is a service learning program that has created a “partnership triangle” between the university, public schools, and the community to develop this counter-pipeline that produces critical educators and curriculum at all levels of education and in the community. PEP’s partnership triangle includes: Bay Area universities/colleges, San Francisco public schools, […]