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What answer can you possibly provide to a question that has more often than not been answered with more than just a term of office or a business deal in mind? The Philippines is a country with more people than Australia, the Netherlands and South Korea put together. Yet with all of
As you may already know, PG has been in negotiations with the VSO (Volunteering Services Overseas) organisation for a good while now. We can finally confirm that we are partnering with their Diaspora programme. This means we are joining forces to bring those of Filipino origin and resident in the UK, to the Philippines in order to volunteer and share their skills and experiences.
The Philippines is in need of assistance in many areas, these might include business development projects, building projects or even social projects. This opportunity can enable Filipinos in the UK to go back home, reconnect with their culture and ultimately give something back.
Volunteering is an ideal way to build the kind of life experiences that you can use professionally as well as those that will stay with you personally forever.
In order for us to get started in providing access to this kind of opportunity for the community we need to gauge the level of interest, skills and capacity of you, the Filipino community. We will be doing this with a survey designed with you in mind.
Those who take part will automatically be entered into a prize draw for a voucher which entitles you to £20 off a dining experience at our favourite restaurant, Guanabana, in Camden!
To take part in the survey in association with VSO, please click on the link below:
“Language is a segment of the blood and soul, where thoughts trickle out of where one grows” “Kamusta” means “How are you?” in the Filipino language. But how many Filipinos living in Britain would know how to respond in a conversation? Or even attempt to continue talking
In early 2007, the founders of Philippine Generations were invited to a forum at the Philippine Embassy UK, to discuss the perceived problems young Filipinos face in the UK with a view to helping the Philippine Government engage with the UK diaspora more effectively.The key issue
Philippine Generations has seen a lot of change over the past 2 years. A change within the Filipino Community, a change in the amount of proactive Filipinos, a change in attitude towards the second generation, or children of migrant workers, there has even been a change within Philippine
An article on the Philippine Generations Parol Workshop from ABS-CBN News by Patrick Camara Ropeta.British-Filipino organization Philippine Generations hosted a parol workshop in preparation for the Christmas holidays in London.The yuletide event, held at the Greenside Community Centre
Christmas is now fast approaching, we all starting to put up our decorations, buy christmas presents and booking christmas dinner for work.Filipino's however started doing their decorations when 'ber' from the name of the month starts, so September, October etc..YEAH! that early,
known filipino rappers and singers…. Aslo special guests including TruColors and many more!!
All to raise funds for for victims of Philippine floods!
It’s £15 for a standard standing tickets and that include food from the buffet. Drinks and shisha are also available for purchase.
There are also a very limited amount of VIP places which are closer to the performance area and these will be sold on a first come first served basis. VIP tickets starts from £20, you will be seated with the table close to the stage.
You can pay for your ticket through paypal, cheque and bank transfers. Details below:
—Cheque or postal order: please make payable to ‘Philippine Generations Limited’ Send it to 88 Luxborough Tower, Luxborough St. London W1U 5BN
—Bank Transfer details: Bank: Unity Trust Bank PLC A/C Name: Philippine Generations Ltd A/C No: 20205704 Sort Code: 08-60-01
—Paypal: To pay online please email me on email@example.com in your email please include your *full name, *how many ticket you want to pay for, *are you buying the standard ticket or VIP tickets and you adding donations to your payment?.
***Note!***If your using bank tranfer please label your payment with *Charity Gig, your name and for how many people you are paying for. We can only add you to the list when your payment has been cleared by the bank and that you have given the right amount. You can pay CASH at the door providing that there are spaces left. To avoid dissapointment please pay in advance through the different method above. To pay through paypal without setting up an account please see the bottom left of the paypal page and click ‘continue’.
Below are some links for groups/individuals in the Philippine who are truly helping the people affected by the recent typhoons, floods and landslides.Depending on how much we raise, ideally we would love to help all of them as they all help in some ways. These people are doing real humanitarian work with no politics. No politian acting as middleman. If you know of anyother initiatives in the Philippines please message us or email Mae on firstname.lastname@example.org
MANILA, Philippines - Last week, I joined my first ever advocacy campaign. The Dakila Collective invited me to be an advocate for Oxfam’s “Tik Tok” campaign on the looming climate crisis. Four days later on, Typhoon Ondoy hit our shores. It massacred almost everyone in its