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Apply for NEXTGEN 2017 Travel Fellowship Program

This summer 2017, Bayanihan Foundation will sponsor partial and full travel scholarships for up to seven young adults ages 18 years old and above to visit the Philippines for 14 days. The NEXTGEN: ‘Pagbabalik’ (Coming Home) Travel Scholarship will promote diaspora philanthropy; know more about Filipino culture; learn about the foundation’s sustainable projects; develop the participant’s potential sustainable projects; and connect with relatives and the participant’s heritage. 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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Giving Circle Influences Young Filipino Americans to Give Back

Bayanihan Foundation debuts the Community Power Giving Circle, created by young Filipino Americans to give back to young Filipinos and Filipino Americans locally and globally. Continue reading

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Connect Local to Global

In March 5, 2016, Jeselle Santiago spearheads a garage sale (yard sale) in Chicago to benefit the women vendors displaced by the fire at Carbon Market, Cebu’s largest and oldest public market, connecting the local and the global – thinking globally, acting locally. Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday is December 1, 2015

Bayanihan Foundation ‘Pamasko’ (Gift Giving) Program plans to provide 1,000 food packages to street children, provide books and computers and offer educational opportunities. Continue reading

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NEXTGEN Program Featured at new TV Program “Fil-Am NOW”

Bayanihan Foundation’s NEXTGEN Fellowship Program is featured at a new TV Program “Fil-Am NOW!”. NEXTGEN Fellow Jeselle Santiago shared her personal experiences at this new TV show featuring Filipino Americans in the US. Continue reading

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Jeselle Santiago: Seizing the Opportunity to Help Locally and Globally

NEXTGEN Fellow Jeselle Santiago traveled to the Philippines and seized the opportunity to help locally in Chicago and globally in the Philippines Continue reading

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Marc Butiong: In “Returning Home,” I Found Myself

Bayanihan Foundation NEXTGEN Fellow Mark Butiong shares his personal reflections of “returning home” to the Philippines and finding himself in the process. Continue reading

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Why I’m Asking for Your Support

The Bayanihan Foundation is urging its supporters to contribute to the Indiegogo crowd fundraising campaign http://igg.me/at/bayanihan Contributions will enable us to bring more and more of the next generation of Filipinos back to the Philippines, where they will continue these projects. 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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