You already know what’s up. KAMP is made up entirely of volunteers. Does KAMP’s work resonate with you? Even just a tiny bit?
If it does, we hope you consider making a donation. $1, $5, $7 — we thank you for every cent.
At this time, the majority of our revenue comes from donations. Asking for donations on a regular basis is not ideal for us. We would much rather spend our time focusing on work that fulfills our mission, vision, and goals in more direct ways. (Chances are, you agree! ?) Please know we are working toward building a more sustainable funding model for KAMP, but for now, donations continue to drive our work.
Here are some of the ways that KAMP plans to pay donations forward over the next year:
Join the Kuya Ate Mentorship Program (KAMP) and Filipino American Historical Society (FANHS) on Wednesday, November 22nd to view SILENT SACRIFICES: Voices of the Filipino American Family (2001, 25min) and discuss an insightful & historic perspective of Filipino American family dynamics:
WEDNESDAY 11/22, 7-9PM* UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO MAHER HALL, ROOM 224
*Free parking on campus after 7PM
To learn more about KAMP, visit www.kampsd.org.
“An insightful study of Filipino American family dynamics and psychologies, SILENT SACRIFICES delves into the cultural conflicts Filipino immigrants and their American-born children encounter on a daily basis. Frank discussions between teens, young adults and their parents reveal how issues of ethnic identity and opposing Filipino and American values contribute to youths’ bouts with depression, parenting difficulties and inter-generational misunderstandings. Intent on breaking the silence that allows dysfunctions to develop, the documentary and its accompanying educational guide offer an invaluable starting point for enhancing family communication within one of the country’s fastest growing demographics.”
Join APALA San Diego for brunch as we celebrate Filipinx American History Month!
APALA San Diego will be hosting a screening of the documentary “The Fall of the I-Hotel”, a film about the displacement of mostly Filipino residents of a low-income residential hotel in San Francisco and the community organizing efforts to resist its demolition.
Following the film, there will be a panel discussion about the housing crisis in San Diego including the current movement to save the last affordable housing development in Rancho Penasquitos where over 300 seniors, veterans and low-income families, most of whom are Filipino, are being forcibly evicted and will be faced with homelessness.
Moderated by Amanda Solomon Amorao, PhD
Art Teodosio Jr. (organizer with PQ Village)
Felicidad Cayabyab (PQ Village)
Other residents from PQ Village
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 pm
Location: Olivewood Clubhouse
541 East 24th Street
National City, CA 91950
Brunch/food and refreshments will be provided. Please reach out to APALA San Diego if there are any accommodations needed.
Note: It is with great intention that this event has been organized in South San Diego to help continue raise awareness in honor of the organizers and residents of PQ Village, so that we can all mobilize together and show up when the city council meets with the planning commission to decide/vote on the fate of PQ Village.
Pillars of the Community
KAMP San Diego
San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
Asian Solidarity Collective
Thank you ALL for being a part of our 10th Birthday Jam, both in person and in spirit! It was an outpouring of love. We have so much gratitude for our communities, our past, present, and future mentors, and our youth… we are here!
KAMP is holding a BOGO SALE this week only for tickets to our 10th Birthday Jam on Saturday 10/7! Buy one ticket, and get one ticket free! You know that’s a hella good deal. Our BOGO sale lasts through this Saturday 9/30 – and prices go up $5 on Sunday 10/1 – so get ’em soon! ?
**Children and youth under 15 get free admission!**