WELCOME to LAS ISLAS FILIPINAS
Ang Bayan kong Pilipinas,
Lupain ng ginto’t bulaklak.
Pag-ibig ang sa kaniyang palad
Nag-alay ng ganda’t dilag
At sa kaniyang yumi at ganda,
Dayuhan ay nahalina.
Bayan ko, binihag ka,
Nasadlak sa dusa.
Ibon mang may layang lumipad,
Kulungin mo at umiiyak!
Bayan pa kayang sakdal dilag,
And ‘di magnasang makaalpas?
Pilipinas kong minumutya
Pugad ng luha ko’t dalita
Makita kang sakdal laya!
Las Islas Filipinas:
Coalition of 7,107 Islands
Campaign for 7,107 islands
To raise consciousness of global Filipinos with the bonds of a confirmed identity of WHO WE ARE and ground Filipino youth and future generations with a firm and proud understanding of our Filipino Heritage, Culture, and Values.
Dr. Cora Mendoza
Dr. Francia DeVera
Dr. Josie Velez
Dr. Zal Velez
Fausto "Aka" DeVera
Myrna D. Santos
COUNCIL of ELDERS
· Automatic Membership to all Filipino- Americans
· Honorary Membership to all those who want to connect with Filipinos by all means
Benefits of Membership:
While membership will give you that special feeling of belongingness to your Filipino heritage, we will give you a lot more with our activities, programs, services and events.
“Ask not what you will receive, but ask, how can you be a part of it?”
VOLUNTEERS: (Calling all Fil-American Friends and Filipinos in Diaspora)
Please let us know how you can help.
We need help in all these areas of Management:
- Budget & Finance
- Public Relations
(Established April, 2013, Mood Lounge, Union County, New Jersey))
Join Las Islas Filipinas, where you always have a part.
"It is the duty of every Filipino to advocate for the renaissance of Philippine Art, Culture and Tradition now and until the end of time".
~Cristo Rey Alunan/Dr. Zal Velez
Putting Las Islas Filipinas in the Mainstream
Socio-Political Network and Support
History Telling & Documentation
US MEDICARE PH http://usmedicareph.org/
FIL WORLD WAR II VETERANS PAROLE VISA https://www.uscis.gov/fwvp
Of Faith & Struggle ( The Cross & The Sword)
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 09 April 2015 - The Philippine Consulate in cooperation with the Filipino Executive Council of Greater Philadelphia, Inc. (FECGP) commemorated the 73rd Anniversary of the Fall of Bataan or the Araw ng Kagitingan at the Bataan Death March Memorial at Cooper River Park, Cherry Hill, New Jersey on 9 April 2015.
PLEASE JOIN US to CELEBRATE OUR CULTURE & HERITAGE
Philippine Independence Day Parade, 2014
“Triumphs of the Filipino: Pride of the Philippines”
NEW YORK CITY —The annual Philippine Independence Day Parade will celebrate its 116th anniversary, featuring an all-day street fair and cultural festival stretching from 38th Street to 23rd Street and Madison Avenue, on Sunday, June 1, from 10AM to 6PM.
This is the largest Philippine Independence Day parade outside the Philippines, hosted by the Philippine Independence Day Council Inc. (PIDCI), a 25-year old nonprofit organization.
Among the stars of the celebration are: First Filipina Miss World Megan Young, who with PIDCI raised funds for the victims of super typhoon Haiyan in central Philippines; Original Philippine Music (OPM) icons Kuh Ledesma, Cecile Azarcon, Edlyn Peregrina and Ogie Alcasid; First Filipina Carnaval Queen in Brazil Bessie Badilla; Grand Marshals Drs. Emilio and Felicisima Quines, longtime medical mission volunteers.
Around 200 Filipino American organizations and estimated100,000 people, mostly Filipinos and Filipino Americans from the New York Tri-State area, Pennsylvania, California, Canada and the Philippines are expected to attend. “What started out as a small Independence Day Parade that passed by a few blocks near the Philippine Consulate on Fifth Avenue in the early ‘90s has grown into a huge annual celebration along Madison Avenue,” says Fe Martinez, PIDCI’s president. “We owe that to the Filipinos’ strong family ties and genuine concern for one another, especially in times of hardship and natural disasters.”
Leading the daylong celebrations are AARP’s Asian American and Pacific Islander arm and My Shelter Foundation, which promotes solar bottle bulbs called “Liter of Light.” This year’s theme is “Triumphs of the Filipino: Pride of the Philippines,” celebrating Filipinos’ capacity to persevere over adversity.
KINDING SINDAW PRESENTS PAGBABALIK
LAS ISLAS FILIPINAS PRESENTS PARANGAL: GINTO AT BULAKLAK
The Curtain Opens for the OPERA: Noli Me Tangere
The Foundation for Filipino Artists 25th Anniversary presents Noli Me Tangere, The Opera at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College , NYC on Oct. 4, 5, 6,
REMEMBERING an ICON
November 11, 2013
MORE than a MISSION
As typhoon Yolanda strikes hard and hurt our people from Cebu, Bohol, Samar, Leyte, Tacloban and nearby islands, we at Las Islas Filipinas (org) under the banner of The Nursing Office strikes back harder to help.
When disasters happen and cause chaos among the people, near and far, The Nursing Office as an organization, work calmly to plan the course of action in the most professional and human way possible for the maximum benefit and utilization of available resources in the most cost-effective way.
While so many of us have unconsciously expressed anxiety and almost disbelief in this disaster, I want to share these philosophy and concepts so that we may all adjust to this nature's fury in the most appropriate way:
- This is an EMERGENCY, do not PANIC.
- This is a natural calamity that nobody can stop, then let us ACCEPT it.
- We as individual can be helpless, so let us do our part singly, quietly, in every way we could.
- The victims are dealing with this disaster tremendously; they need help from well people.
- We cannot do it all alone; we need organizations to do their way.
- We cannot re-invent the wheel on the logistics of Emergency & Disaster Management. Let us give that to the experts who are already doing something (Red Cross, USAIDS, etc.)
- This can happen again, let us be ALWAYS READY.
- Human nature can be corrupted under circumstances, let us give allowance to that, so that there will be left over for our people.
- Can this be a serious sign and effect of global warming, then let us think GREEN for our planet.
- ABOVE all, there is our FAITH & Spirituality, Let us PRAY.
I hope that these readings have helped you. Then I say, LET US GO, This is our MISSION, as ONE.
Myrna D. Santos, MSN, RN
Chief Nurse/ The Nursing Office.Com
The Philippine Consulate at the Philippine Center, NYC take the lead in dealing with the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda.
It was very timely that a Forum on Public Health in the Philippines: Progress and Challenges was held last Nov. 13, 2013, to discuss not only the
perpetual problem of healthcare as well as the problems brought about by this super typhoon category 5, the strongest ever to hit the planet, last Nov 8, 2013, a joint effort of Philippine Nurses
Association of America (PNAA) Department of Health Philippines, University of the Philippines Alumni Association and the Zuellig Family Foundation (ZFF).
MEET OUR COMMUNITIES
Filipino-American Senior Citizens of New York City
Filipino American Human Services, Inc.
GROWING a CULTURE in the BACKYARD
OUR CULTURE & TRADITION
PASSING ON HISTORY
Greetings from Las Islas Filipinas,The Coalition of 7,107 Islands.
We are proud to announce the launching of this organization with a people’s production of Cradle of Noble Heroes/Duyan ng Magiting , a Zarzuela Filipina “ Ang Pagdating ng Kruz at Espada”, ( “The coming of the Cross and Sword”, “A llegado de Cruz y Espada”), based on the historical novel written by Cristo Rey Alunan, under Purple Pillars Production, the theatrical arm of The Nursing Office Extended Arts.
You are all cordially invited to witness Philippine Renaissance as we open the curtain to this great production. This theater series will showcase arts and culture to promote and campaign for this Philippine Archipelago, to raise consciousness of global Filipinos with the bonds of a confirmed identity of WHO WE ARE and ground Filipino youth and future generations with a firm and proud understanding of our Filipino Heritage, Culture, and Values. Philippine history will never be the same to you, your children and the world.
HOW YOU MAY HELP
Please let us know how you want to help.
Your HELP is as big as the sum of our Mission.
You always have a PART.
Please contact us, we are always OPEN: 24/7
THANK YOU FOR VISITING this site.