PATAC (Philippine Advancement Through Arts and Culture) believes that art is a potent instrument in reaching out and inspiring people to act and change their life and their world. It must help in understanding the current issues that people face, oppose and recommend solutions to existing social injustice.


"Rice, rice, rice", the cry of the poor farmers in Kidapawan who needed food. El nino has devastated their farm crops. All they needed was rice to help them through the disaster. The government's response, BULLETS. 

We are calling for everyone to help our poor farmers in Kidapawan. A sack of rice cannot bring the dead, but it can help the living. While the calamity is not as popular as a typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan devastation, it begs the same attention and urgency. Donate now.

Paskong Handog: Paglingap at Pagbangon
(A Christmas Gift: Caring and Rebuilding)
for the recent typhoon and quake devastated communities in the Philippines


For braving the icy weather and coming to join us in celebrating the community spirit to help typhoon affected communities in the Philippines.


PATAC is looking for youth volunteers to help implement a PATAC events.

This is a great opportunity for high school students to earn your 40 hours of community work and develop your leadership skills. You will be working with experienced and seasoned community volunteers; learn about progressive and nationalist Philippine heritage, arts and culture; and work with other young people. 

Part of our service is raising funds for DISASTER (both natural and man-made) AFFECTED PHILIPPINE COMMUNITIES.

Let us know if you require tax donation receipt we will direct your donation to United Church of Canada.