Filipino Migrants’ Agenda for Empowerment, Sustainability, and Peace

Filipino Migrants’ Agenda for Empowerment, Sustainability, and Peace Prepared by NAFCON USA, June 2016 The National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) USA formally congratulates Philippine President-Elect Rodrigo Duterte on his recent victory in the May 2016 Philippine elections.  With vigilant groups like NAFCON closely watching every step of the process, no amount of corruption, cheating […]

Filipinos in Los Angeles March to Break Free from Fossil Fuels.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 16, 2016   Contact: Alex Montances, NAFCON Southern California (562) 438-9515, sc@nafconusa.org   Filipinos in Los Angeles March to “Break Free from Fossil Fuels” On May 14, 2016, Filipino Americans joined over 2,000 people in a “Break Free from Fossil Fuel” march in Downtown Los Angeles. The march was part of […]

Walk-A-Thon with Filipino Indigenous Visitors Held on Earth Day

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 25, 2016 CONTACT: Alex Montances, NAFCON Southern California (562) 438-9515; sc@nafconusa.org Walk-a-thon Fundraiser with Filipino Indigenous Leaders Held on Earth Day On Saturday, April 23, 2016, the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) and community organizations from across Southern California hosted a walk-a-thon fundraiser called “Lakad 5k for the Lumad” at […]

Walkathon Fundraiser in Southern California Hosts Lumad from Mindanao

April 5, 2016 Contact: Ryan Leano, NAFCON SC Staff (415) 779­-5994, s c@nafconusa.org On April 23, 2016, Filipino community leaders and supporters will host a “LAKAD 5K” walkathon featuring Lumad leaders at La Cañada United Methodist Church to celebrate Earth Day and raise funds to build a water system for indigenous communities in Mindanao, Philippines. […]

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LAKAD: a 5k Walk-A-thon for the Lumad Visitors in Southern California

REGISTER FOR LAKAD TODAY: bit.ly/RegLakad4Lumad On April 23, 2016 the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) Southern California will be hosting a 5k Walk-a-thon fundraiser called, “Lakad: 5k for the Lumad.” NAFCON is a network of Filipino American organizations and individuals committed to protecting the rights and welfare of Filipinos in the United States and around […]

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One Year After Haiyan: Remembering the survivors and reaffirming our commitment toward environmental justice

Download this article in PDF format. For Immediate Release November 5, 2014 One Year After Typhoon Haiyan Remembering the survivors and reaffirming our commitment toward environmental justice On November 8, the first anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan, the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) in partnership with the Kabit Bisig Kabataan Network (KBKN), will hold commemorative events […]

One Year After Typhoon Haiyan: On November 8th NAFCON Hosts Anniversary Events Throughout the U.S.

Los Angeles, CA Contact: SC@nafconusa.org                      Bay Area, CA          Contact: NC@nafconusa.org New York, NY Contact: NE@nafconusa.org

Filipino American Alliance Celebrates 10 Years of Service

October 14, 2014 Filipino American Alliance Celebrates 10 Years of Service  LONG BEACH, CA — On October 10 to 12, the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON), an alliance of thirty-one organizations throughout the United States, celebrated its more than 10 years of serving and protecting the Filipino community in the U.S. and around the […]

The SALO Project: 50 states, 50 weeks, 50 Filipino Pop-up Dinners

Link to Indiegogo Project – http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-salo-project-50-states-50-weeks-50-filipino-pop-up-dinners What is the SALO Project? The SALO Project is a series of Traveling Underground Pop-up Dinners featuring Regional Filipino Cuisine touring to the 50 States of America over the course of 50 weeks. Why the SALO Project? The main goal of this project is to create and raise awareness […]

Asian American Life – Relief, Recovery and Rebuilding The Philippines

Asian American Life – Relief, Recovery and Rebuilding The Philippines NAFCON Clip starts 5:14

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