Our Mission

KAYA is a movement. We believe in the power of civic engagement to create positive change in our community.

KAYA’s volunteers, donors, and community partners work together to build partnerships to increase Filipino American electoral representation, advocate for policies that benefit our community, and promote and develop progressive leaders to represent our community at every level of government.

KAYA is about making an impact. You can give voice to what you care about in the community. It starts by getting involved.

Join the movement.

Volunteer Spotlight

Jay Ann Leyson volunteers at the KAYA booth at the 2009 Pistahan Parade.

“I got involved with KAYA because I wanted to help out and be more involved with the Filipino American Community… I wanted to make a difference and try something new that I have never done before.” (more…)

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Tweet Southern California Supporters Helping Shape History in California To Elect the First Filipina American to Serve in the CA State Assembly (A first generation immigrant from [...]

Tweet FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, August 15, 2012 CONTACTReena Arya Staff Attorney, Immigrants’ Rights Asian Law Caucus (415) 848-7710 reenaa@asianlawcaucus.org   ADVANCING JUSTICE ANNOUNCES FREE [...]

Tweet Press Release Aug. 15, 2012   USCIS BEGINS ACCEPTING REQUESTS FOR CONSIDERATION OF DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS Agency successfully meets 60-day implementation date [...]

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Tweet Filipino American Briefings in Washington, D.C.

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Tweet Dear KAYA Community, KAYA is proud to announce that over 100 Filipino American leaders will attend the first White House Initiative on Asian Americans [...]

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Tweet Press Release Thursday, June 21, 2012 Contact: Erin Pangilinan National Communications Director 510-673-5448 erin@kayagrassroots.org KAYA Candidate Rob Bonta Advances to November Election for CA [...]

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Tweet KAYA-LA Filipinos For Obama Mobilization Day Saturday, May 19, 9AM-1PM 8337 Telegraph Rd., Suite 214, Pico Rivera, CA 90660 RSVP on facebook here  

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Tweet KAYA is proud to announce that President Obama has nominated Lorna Schofield to the federal bench, who could be the first Filipino American federal [...]

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Tweet KAYA Los Angeles (KAYA-LA) Chapter Launch Thursday, April 26th 6-9PM 1267 West Temple St Los Angeles, CA 90026 RSVP here    

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Tweet History of FFO Originating in the San Francisco Bay Area, Filipinos For Obama (FFO) sought to create a national voter mobilization for then 2008 [...]

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Tweet Download press release here For Immediate Release Press Release December 18, 2012 Contact: Erin Pangilinan 510-673-5448 erin@kayagrassroots.org     KAYA Statement on Passing of [...]

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Tweet *** For Immediate Release *** KAYA Applauds Historic Confirmation of Lorna Schofield; First Filipino American to the Federal Bench Washington, D.C. – Today, the U.S. [...]

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With the start of Filipino American History Month, political grassroots organization KAYA: Filipino Americans for Progress (KAYA) debuted a get-out-the-vote public service announcement (PSA) featuring several prominent Filipino American celebrities to help encourage voter registration and awareness in the Filipino American community.

Tweet Monday, Sept 17th Time: 6:30pm Location: Bar Fu-ga, 111 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Please join us to discuss current issues for the [...]

Tweet Fall Campaign Kickoff in Oakland tonight! Monday, September 17th 6-8PM Bonta for CA Headquarters 1736 Franklin Street, Suite 400 Oakland

Tweet AALDEF Asian American Poll Monitoring Project VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to defend Asian American Voting Rights – Tuesday, November 6, 2012 In past elections, Asian Americans [...]

Tweet THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release September 13, 2012 CONSTITUTION DAY AND CITIZENSHIP DAY, CONSTITUTION WEEK, 2012 – – [...]

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