President Nida Imperial: 7 year legacy and leadership

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Past Pres. Nida Imperial FAABCI 2008-2014

Dec. 1973  –  FAABCI was founded by Ruben Admana and became the 1st President.
Filipino Language, Culture & History classes
Filipino-American Youth Organization was founded.
Plaque from NAFFAA & NY Consulate for community service citation.
Funds for the book of Barrios, Funds for the victims of Mt. Pinatubo
Classroom at the University of the Philippines
Donated funds ($1,000) for the the Guimaras Oil Spill.
Donated money for the Typhoon Haiyan victims and to the Familly of our members who were affected by the most devastated typhoon in the Philippines.
Donated $1,000 for Pearl S. Buck International (Support Pearl S. Buck for the Taste of the World)
Donated 1 house for the Gawad Kalinga
Donated $1,000 for the National Red Cross for victims of Typhoon Ondoy
Donated $1,200 for the repair of the house of one of our sponsored children in the Philippines.
Collaborate with FECGP fund raising & other Associations.
Donated medical supplies in the Philippines in Camiling, Tarlac in the Health Center
Able to buy our own Sound System that serve the Fil Community at discount price.
Own  FAABCI basketball team at the FACAA.
$1,200 yearly for our 8 scholars in the Philippines.
Pledge $500 for the repair of The Pearl Buck House in Perkasie, PA.
Support the FECGP and other associations on their Fund Raising Event and much more.

Thanks for all your support in the many years we have been together.

Nida Imperial, RN
President 2008-2014

 

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