Kasamahan at USF encourages our members to get involved with the broader San Francisco, Filipino, and/or Fil-Am communities through education, events, and mobilization. Our Community and Political Affairs Co-Directors are here to provide opportunities for membership to do so. We aim to be a resource not only within the greater USF community, but to the world beyond our campus.

Here, you will find a list of organizations that we support and resources for getting involved. This also serves as a hub for all of our resources that we’ve shared on our Instagram, whether that be infographics, solidarity statements, research pages, etc. Make sure to stay up to date on our Instagram stories for when we post mobilization and volunteer opportunities in the greater San Francisco area.

For more information or for any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact our Community and Political Affairs Co-Directors, Janelle Olano and Riana De Veas, at usfkacacd@gmail.com.

Community Resources


Kabataan Alliance is a national alliance of Filipino youth & student organizations dedicated to serving communities in the U.S. & the Philippines.
https://linktr.ee/kabataanalliance | @kabataanalliance


NCPASA, or the Northern California Pilipinx American Student Organization, is the collective of PilAm collegiate organizations in Northern California. They strive to unite and empower the Northern California Pilipinx/Pil-Am collegiate network by promoting cultural awareness, dialogue, leadership development, and political and community action.
https://www.ncpasa.org/ | @ncpasa


NAFCON is a national alliance of Filipino organizations, institutions, and individuals that responds to the concerns of Filipinos in the US and in the Philippines by creating an action-oriented platform that brings people together through culture & heritage, education, health & wellness, and advocacy. Their Bayanihan Response for Disaster Relief fund provides immediate support for communities affected by the recent disasters in the Philippines.
https://nafconusa.org/ | @nafconusa


This resource helps guide senior immigrants and their families through the Medicare enrollment process, answering common questions about the different parts of Medicare translated into Tagalog.

Solidarity Statements + Special Topics