National Alliance for
Filipino Concerns Mission
NAFCON is a national alliance of Filipino organizations, institutions, and individuals that responds to the concerns of Filipinos in the US and in the Philippines by creating an action-oriented platform that brings people together through culture & heritage, education, health & wellness, and advocacy.
NAFCON launches campaigns that reflect the immediate and long-time concerns, issues, aspirations and demands of the Filipino community in the United States.
Our campaigns are forged through series of town hall meetings, community discussions, fora and other creative means to solicit the input on a wide range of issues and platforms for collective action from broadest possible number of Filipinos across the country.
Filipino American Agenda
Justice for Angelo Quinto
NAFCON was founded to protect the rights of Filipino immigrants from the anti-immigrant sentiment in the aftermath of 9/11. Filipino groups and church leaders recognized similar impacts across the U.S. and aimed to bring the discussion and support for the Filipino community to a national level.
Since then, NAFCON has tackled immigration issues such as deportation and labor trafficking. We have also taken on concerns of Filipino workers like workplace discrimination and wage theft. NAFCON members have won over $1 million unpaid wages through campaigns for Filipino caregivers, hotel workers, and others.
Through conferences and leadership trainings, NAFCON has also engaged, empowered, and united Filipino youth across the country, We educate the youth and larger community on our history, culture, and current issues affecting Filipinos in the US and the Philippines.
NAFCON continues to engage individuals and organizations in the US in lending a hand to marginalized communities in the Philippines through medical and solidarity missions, community-based learning engagements, and other projects.
NAFCON and Kabataan Alliance: 50 Years Later, Decrying Martial Law in the Philippines is Still Relevant
NAFCON and Kabataan Alliance: 50 Years Later, Decrying Martial Law in the Philippines is Still Relevant Fifty years ago on September 21, 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos Sr. proclaimed Martial Law in the country. This imposed direct military control of normal...
The National Alliance for Filipino Concerns Stands with the Roque Family in Demanding Victim Support from Philippine Government
Roque Family and representatives of community organizations in dialogue with the Philippine Consulate General - Los AngelesOn August 31, the Roque family met with the Philippine Consulate General Los Angeles regarding the hate crime they suffered, after multiple...
Every June 12th, Philippine “Independence” Day is celebrated as the day that Filipinos exercised self-determination in their fight for freedom after centuries of Spanish colonial rule. It is also a day that is recognized as “Hindipendence” Day to challenge the idea that our country is free when foreign influence continues to impede our sovereignty.