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Travel, Live and Learn in the Philippines: Apply for the 2015 NEXTGEN Scholarship


Travel, Live and Learn in the Philippines. 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. Continue reading

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Three Years Later: Revisiting Clark Philippines and Thousands of Filipino Amerasians Left Behind, Still Struggling


Three Years Later: Revisiting Clark Philippines and Thousands of Filipino Amerasians Left Behind, Still Struggling Continue reading

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Filipino Amerasians, America’s Forgotten Children, Celebrated 4th of July


Filipino Amerasians, America’s Forgotten Children, Celebrated 4th of July 2014 at Clark, Philippines, imploring not to be cast aside and be remembered. Continue reading

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Filipino Amerasians in Clark and Subic, Philippines Celebrate the Fourth of July


America’s Forgotten Children, Filipino Amerasians in Clark and Subic Philippines Celebrate the 4th of July http://wp.me/pDnD0-z5 Continue reading

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You’re Invited To Watch award winning film “Left By The Ship” in Chicago & NY


The Bayanihan Foundation invites everyone to join the film showing of “Left By The Ship” in Chicago and in New York, an award winning documentary about Filpino Amerasians, children whose fathers were US military service personnel and their mothers are assumed to be prostitutes. Many suffer from discrimination, prejudice and extreme poverty; they’re America’s forgotten children. Continue reading

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I Found A Glimmer of Hope For Toxic Waste Victims in the Philippines


Myrla Baldonado, Organizing Director of the Bayanhan Foundation, shares her reflection about the workshop on the victims of unexploded ordnance (UXO) and toxic wastes left behind at the former military installations in Clark and Subic, Philippines. Myrla finds a glimmer of hope as the campaign is revived to seek fairness and justice. Continue reading

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Bayanihan Foundation IS IN THE NEWS!


The Bayanihan Foundation IS IN THE NEWS! First, the Philippine Inquirer featured its work helping Filipino Amerasians. Second, AREA Chicago Magazine included Dale Asis’ article on the potential of diaspora giving. Continue reading

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