PCCCF


Children's Workshop and
Munting Tinig Choir

Director: Jojo Agoncillo Ramos

Philippine Center
Munting Tinig Choir

Dr. Violeta A. Singson,
Founding Manager
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Philippine Center
FREE MEDICAL CLINIC (FMC)

(414) 342-1400
Medical Director:
Violeta A. Singson, MD
Clinic Administrator:
Linda Ramos
Nursing Director:
Zen Edralin, RN
Volunteer Coordinator:
Mareta Prill

The Free Clinic is normally open
2
nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Since 2000, the number of FMC patients have grown to 3,256 who had been seen 12,159 times. Free medical services by volunteer physicians headed by Dr. Violeta Singson, have to date amounted to $2,352,666 including medication and laboratory services calculated from 2010.

PCCCF Mission Statement

As citizens of this community, we have partaken of its material and spiritual wealth. Through its benevolence, we have shared with its greatness and now enjoy a way of life that allows us to help alleviate the sufferings of this largely impoverished and troubled world. Therefore, we, Filipino-Americans and our friends of this community, have established the Philippine Cultural and Civic Center Foundation Inc. Through this foundation, which aims to construct a building to house some activities of the community, we hope to bring to the American consciousness the richness of our background, as well as the significance of our contributions to this country. In addition, we also aim to provide services of a civic nature which would, otherwise, be difficult, or too costly , for some people to obtain. And, above all, it is our fervent hope that through this foundation we will help raise generations of citizens who will continue to contribute to the greatness of America and help mold its moral conscience.

UPAAW website: http://www.upaaw.org

FAAWIS website: wwww.faawis.org

 

DECEMBER 2015

Philippine Center Update

Thank you all for your continued support

We wish everyone a Happy New Year. We take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support of the Philippine Cultural and Civic Center Foundation (PCCCF), especially those who immediately responded to our year end appeal (YEA) letter mailed on Thanksgiving Day by Henry Ravelo, MD: PCCCF Chairman, Belinda Tenorio: YEA Chair, Gem Cubos, Letty Cueto, MD, Zen Edralin, Tom Hey, Ike Pahm and Cream Pepito.
The 2015 Year End Appeal (YEA) has so far raised $9,250 from 61 donors. We are hoping that more donations would come through. Funds raised from the ongoing tax deductible YEA will be used for the maintenance and operations of the Philippine Center Building and to sustain the PCCCF programs and activities held at the Center as follows:

The 3rd PCCCF FMC Health Fair

Health Fair: The 3rd PCCCF FMC Health Fair chaired by Mareta Prill, was held last Oct 3, 2015. Services offered were: Free screening for Allergy, Asthma, BMI, Breast Cancer, Cholesterol, Dental, Diabetes, Hypertension, Skin Cancer and Health & Safety Education, Games and Entertainment.

 

Fund raising 1K/2K Color Run/Walk
Color Run/Walk: Participants enjoyed the fund raising 1K/2K Color Run held before the Health Fair started.

 

PCCCF Special Projects
SP Director: Jojo Agoncillo Ramos

Children's Literacy Program:
Children from toddlers to teens took part in games such as forming words using giant scrabble pieces, tumbler games, learned and sang songs, scrambled thru castles and tunnels. For crafts, they had easter eggs and bunnies to paint. New books were read and given away for free. They also went on a field trip to Roden Farms.

Kohl's Wild Theater:
Mareta Prill was able to bring the Kohl's Wild Theater to perform at the Philippine Center Children's Workshop last November 14, 2015.

Community Outreach Program:
The Philippine Center has earned its place and name in the community, so has our responsibility to be more responsive towards the impoverished population. The Philippine Center Community Outreach Programs became possible through grants from the Forest Co. Potawatomi Foundation and from The New Threads of Hope. This year's projects are
1. Book Distribution- Coordinators: Jojo Ramos, Gerry Ramos, Mareta & Bob Prill New books are distributed and continuously given away for free at the PCCCF library and at Children's workshops and distributed at Literacy Outreach programs at the FAAWIS picnic -Wirth Park, PCCCF Health Fair, Pediatric/Medical Clinics, Gwen Jackson Elementary School, All Nations Bible Church and Greendale K5 class. A new batch of books have just been received.
2. Clothing Distribution- Coordinators: Jojo Ramos, Gerry Ramos, Letty Cueto, MD, Mareta & Bob Prill New clothing were distributed at the PCCCF Free Clinic, Health Fair, Pediatric /Medical Clinic, All Nations Bible Church, Center for Working Families, the American Legion Greendale Post 416 and with the UPAAW Volunteers and the St. John's Cathedral Food Program Staff to enable the distribution of clothes to the homeless.
Symposium: In partnership with UPAAW , the PCCCF hosted the MacArthur Symposium (w/ VCRT MacArthur Forum) and the Symposium on Dementia for the general public.

DECEMBER 2015

The Philippine Center

FREE MEDICAL CLINIC

The Free Clinic is normally open 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month.

The free clinic is open every 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Since we started in 2000, the number of FMC patients continue to grow. Now a total of 3,300 who had been seen 12,500 times. Free medical services have amounted to $2,533,050 to date including medication and laboratory services which were calculated and added only starting in 2010.
FMC celebrated its 15th year anniversary with a free clinic volunteer appreciation lunch hosted by Dr. Violeta Singson and Linda Ramos last December 19, 2015.

 

The Philippine Center

MUNTING TINIG CHOIR

DECEMBER 2015

On April 25,  2015, the Munting Tinig Choir performed and were honored with a standing ovation  by the convention attendees of The Delta Kappa Gamma Sigma (WI) Teachers State Convention. They also performed and presented a Christmas Pageant at the UPAAW Christmas Party last Dec12, 2015.


JUNE 2015

Philippine Center MUNTING TINIG CHILDREN'S CHOIR Founder/Manager: Dr. Violeta Singson; Choir Director/Conductor: Jojo Agoncillo Ramos
The Philippine Center Munting Tinig Children's Choir now has an active membership of 41 children with ages ranging from 3 to 13 years.


The Munting Tinig choir was the major participant of the PCCCF Literacy Program. They joined other children read, learn and meet farm animals on a field trip to Roden Farms. They attended the PCCCF Children's Literacy Workshop at the Zablocki Park where new books were read and given away for free. Children from toddlers to teens took part in games such as forming words using giant scrabble pieces, tumbler games, learned and sang songs, scrambled thru castles and tunnels. For crafts, they had easter eggs and bunnies to paint. 

On April 25,  2015 the Munting Tinig Choir performed and were honored with a standing ovation  by the convention attendees of The Delta Kappa Gamma Sigma (WI) State Convention. Delta Kappa Gamma is an International Society of Women Educators . The event was held at the Radisson Hotel by Mayfair Mall.  

On May 30, 2015, the Munting Tinig Children's Choir will hold a " Friendship Picnic Day" to foster stronger relations among the choir members. This will be held at the Philippine Center/Zablocki Park area.

As the Philippine Center has earned its place and name in the community, so has our responsibility to be more responsive towards the impoverished population. The Philippine Center Community Outreach Programs became possible through grants from the Forest Co. Potawatomi Foundation and from The New Threads of Hope. This year's projects are
Clothing Distribution Coordinators: Jojo Agoncillo Ramos; Dr. Letty Cueto; Mareta & Bob Prill - New clothing from The New Threads of Hope distributed at the PCCCF Free Clinic, Health Fair, Pediatric /Medical Clinic, All Nations Bible Church, Center for Working Families, the American Legion Greendale Post 416 and with the Feed the Hungry Programs.