Category Archives: Education

2015 NEXTGEN Fellow Jeselle Santiago Becomes Advanced Level Masters of Social Work Intern with Bayanihan Foundation

2015 NEXTGEN Fellow Jeselle Santiago Becomes Advanced Level Masters of Social Work Intern with Bayanihan Foundation. The foundation is proud to be supporting Jeselle’s leadership development and growth in supporting diaspora philanthropy in the US and in the Philippines. Continue reading

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“Filipinx X-plore History” Workshops to Begin September 8, 2016

The Bayanihan Foundation and the Committee on Pilipino Issues (CPI) launch “Filipinx X-Plore Our History Workshops” this Fall 2016. The workshops are geared for young Filipino Americans to access Filipino culture, history and to prepare for NEXTGEN Pagbabalik (Coming Home) 2017 Travel to the Philippines. Continue reading

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Filipino Americans Donate Computers, Books to Help Iligan Students

Filipino Americans donate computer and books to Iligan City Philippines, Their humble acts of philanthropy and giving contradict the growing tide of cynicism. Continue reading

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Involve Me and I Will Learn

“Tell me and I forget; teach me and I may remember; involve me and I will learn” Confucius Continue reading

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Giving Hope Goes Beyond Race

Sharon Charleston and Beyond Borders International demonstrates charitable giving goes beyond borders and race Continue reading

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Books, Education, and Collective Giving Essentials for Change

The Bayanihan Foundation showed the NEXTGEN Fellows and participants of the Kaluluwa Kolectivo the power of collective giving and of books and education; they are essentials for long-term sustainability and change. Continue reading

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Computer Donations Point Giporlos Students to the Future

The Bayanihan Foundation donated used computers to a local high school in Giporlos, Samar Philippines, one of the town’s devasated by typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest typhoons recorded to hit landfall. The used computers will help local high school students learn basic and advanced computer skills. Continue reading

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Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Gong Xi Fa Cai! May you have much health, happiness, and prosperity in the Year of the Horse!

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Remembering Mahatma Gandhi

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

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2014 Bayanihan Goals: Building Community

On January 20, 2014, the Board of the Bayanihan Foundation Worldwide established clear priorities for its work in order to focus its activities and deliver more effectively. The new priority goals are built on Bayanihan’s continuing work and include: Building … Continue reading

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