|Filipino American Cultural Society (FACS)||Organization that develops Filipino American students through the arts, community investment, and the exploration of Philippine and Filipino American firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Filipino American Library||Summer cultural school focused on Philippine history, geography, language, and culture.||www.filipino
|Filipino Community Center, Active Leadership to Advance the Youth (ALAY)||Afterschool activities including sports and recreation, music and culture, community involvement, and leadership development.||www.filipinocc.org|
|Galing Bata||Afterschool program that promotes biliteracy and positive Filipino American identity.||824 Harrison Street,
San Francisco, CA
|Iskwelahang Pilipino (IP)||Founded in 1976 and run by volunteers, IP teaches Filipino heritage through music (an award-winning rondalla ensemble), food, art, language, and culture.||www.ipbahay.org|
|Kuya and Ate Mentorship Program (KAMP)||Collective that conducts workshops on Filipina/o American history, movements, and identity in schools in San Diego.||www.kampsdwebs.
|Liwanag Kultural Center (LKC)||Grassroots, Daly City-based nonprofit organization that provides culturally relevant education, leadership, and artistic development for the Filipino youth and community in North San Mateo County. LKC houses Kalayaan School for Equity and Pilipino Youth Coalition-San Mateo County (PYC-SMC).||www.liwanag.org|
|Paaralang Pilipino Language and Cultural School||Bilingual education for Philippine American youth that promotes the cultural heritage of the Filipino people (history, art, music, folk dance, customs, and traditions).||www.paccm.org|
|Saraling Gawa Youth Council||Organization that focuses on cultural awareness, ethnic pride, and leadership development.||www.sarilinggawa.
|Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA)||SIPA’s Kultural Enrichment and Language Program (KELP) focuses on Filipino language, art, history, literature, and culture.||www.esipa.org|
Halagao, P.E., Cordova, J. M., Tintiangco-Cubales, A. (2009) Critical Review of K-12 Filipino American Curriculum. AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Policy, Practice and Community, 7(10) pp. 1-23.