Tag Archives: Partners

PHOTOS: Built From Skratch 10-13-2011

NCPP was proud to support the Liwanag Kultural Center, Kalayaan School for Equity (KSE), and Rock the School Bells with a historical event called “Built From Skratch: Rediscovering the Pin@y DJ Scene in Daly City.”  Several pioneering DJs of Filipino-American heritage were gathered to talk about the roots of the Bay Area DJ scene, competition and collaboration between crews, and where the future of DJ innovation is headed.  

KSE coordinator Matt Ledesma organized this event to educate a younger generation of students about the tremendous contributions of Filipino-American DJs in the Bay Area.  Several other well-known DJs also attended in support of the event (check out the pictures below).



  Check out the pics for some incredible history in the making.


PHOTOS: DCYHC Passport to Health Fair 10-1-2011

NCPP Staff tabled at the Daly City Youth Health Center’s 1st Annual Health Fair, titled “Passport to Health.”  During setup, the event seemed like it would get rained out, but the weather soon cleared up and provided a beautiful, sunny day in Daly City.  Many people in the community came by to visit the various tables and get resources, and the event was a great success.  


Kim Gilette of Daly City Youth Health Center addresses the crowd at Passport to Health.


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PHOTOS: Fil-Am Food & Arts Fest 9-17-2011

NCPP Staff tabled with the Liwanag Kultural Center (LKC) and Filipino Mental Health Initiative (FMHI).  It was a nice, sunny Daly City day.  Enjoy!

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PARENTS: Pacific Islander-Focused Parent Training series 9-29-11 to 12-15-11

NCPP supports the work of its Partners, the County of San Mateo, South San Francisco Unified School District, and Asian American Recovery Services in this series of parent trainings targeted to Pacific Islander families.  Although the trainings are culturally specific to Pacific Islanders, they are open to ALL families.  Activities for youth will be provided while parents are in sessions.

(Click flyer to view PDF)