Bayanihan Foundation Offering Pagbabalik (Coming Home) Travel Scholarship


The Bayanihan Worldwide Foundation is offering the Pagbabalik’(Coming Home) Travel Scholarship for travel to the Philippines this summer 2015

In 2015, the Bayanihan Foundation will sponsor travel and accommodations for up to three young adults ages 18 years old and above to visit the Philippines for 14 days. The immersion trip is coordinated to promote diaspora philanthropy; know more about Filipino culture; learn about the foundation’s sustainable projects; connect and develop the participant’s potential sustainable projects; and connect with relatives and the participant’s heritage. The NEXTGEN Travel Program is scheduled for June 23, 2015 to July 7, 2015 and travel to four different islands in the Philippines.

Participants of the 2014 Environmental Youth Camp, Cebu, Philippines

Participants of the 2014 Environmental Youth Camp, Cebu, Philippines

If you are interested, please come to an Informational Session

on Monday, March 9, 2015

5 – 7 pm

DePaul Lincoln Park Campus

LPC Arts and Letters Room 412

2315 N. Kenmore Avenue; Chicago, IL 60614

**Pizza and Pancit will be served

Here is the link to the Bayanihan next-gen project application online:

https://fdnbayanihan.org/current-projects/nextgen-volunteer-program-in-the-philippines/

For additional information, please contact Mr. Dale Asis of the Bayanihan Foundation.

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About daleasis

President of the Bayanihan Foundation Worldwide
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