The generosity of our donors gave us the opportunity to fly from the Philippines to the USA almost thirty youths born as Americans with mostly expired American passports. In addition to funding the paper work and fees like over staying from the Philippine Immigration, air plane tickets and a home in the USA, each of these individuals were provided a job as a advocate for the Amer-Asian program of PCFA invloving them in the CFC and other workplace campaigns. This work program allowed them to tell their stories and the stories of other youts left in the Philippines to thousand of Amerizcan. They touched and winnned so many hearts who never knew about the sad plight of Amer-Asian youths stuked in the Philippines bezcause of financial difficulities and a simple place to stay in the USA
"Last june 14, 2007 Two Amerasians, JENNIFER LOCKWOOD and KEITH GREENE arrived at Sacramento California"
The Amerasians that PCFA helps fly to the USA to fulfill their "American Dream"
On the last quarter of 2005, two more Amerasians, DANIEL GARDENSLEN and KEVIN RAMSEY were given the opportunity to be in their homeland
Daniel Gardenslen in his oath taking ceremony together with Pastor Jerry Guiriba (in red shirt).
Kevin Ramsey together with his mother.
Another batch of Amerasians flew to US to celebrate their very first 4th of July.
Heather Joy Steinruck, Talena Cee Cee Ann Puskas, Sydney Lee Lucas and Christopher Smith
Amerasian Tracy Young (in blue shirt) together with her father (left), brother and sister.
After 16 years, finally TRACY VIRGINIA YOUNG was able to meet her father. Presently, Tracy had able to find her own job and still continue to help her fellow Amerasian in searching their American father.
Brenda (Amerasian in left) reunited with her dad, Mr. Dan Aaron (back) after 28 years.
On A father in search of his daughter (Brenda) finally met her after 28 years. Brenda is surprised to know that her real dad is alive, contrary to their assumption that he died long time ago.
David finally reunited with his father after 22 years
Philippine Children''s Fund of America help me in many ways to meet my father for the very first time in my life after 22 years. I been longing to see and meet my dad face to face and because of PCFA my dream have come true. I finally met my dad last December 2005 and I am very proud and thankful to this organization that really makes a difference to the lives of our fellow Amerasians but also to the lives of needy children back home in the Philippines.