PAMANA thrives because of the volunteerism of our members. We thank our volunteers, Board of Directors, and Committee Members for their guidance, leadership, and willingness to serve.

If you would like to share your talent, time and treasure with PAMANA, please don't hesitate to contact us by:



Volunteer for PAMANA

We are calling for volunteers who can help our cultural education programs. If you are interested in promoting and imparting Filipino tradition, culture and legacy through outreach activities, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.

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In-Kind Donations

PAMANA also welcomes the following types of in-kind donations to help those who are coping with different types of hardships in our community:

  • Clothes, personal hygiene products, blankets/linens, baby’s stuff, etc.
  • Cooked meals (especially Filipino dishes) for a short period of time due to calamity/disaster, sickness, family emergency, etc.
  • Birthday/Christmas/Thanksgiving basket for family in need
Your gift is tax-deductible to the extent allowed under the present law of 501(c)(3) organizations.

Financial donations can also be coursed through PAMANA by filling out our online form here.

Volunteer Release

Prior to events, all volunteers are required to agree to and sign the following PAMANA volunteer release and confidentiality undertaking forms:

Above forms should be emailed to

What is Bayanihan?

Bayanihan is a Filipino custom derived from the word bayan (nation, town or community). It originated from the practice of volunteers in a community helping a family move by carrying the house itself — a tradition that remains the classic illustration for the concept as a whole.

Filipinos embody the Bayanihan spirit by helping one another most especially in times of need, without expecting anything in return. More broadly, Bayanihan has been adopted as a term referring to the sense of communal unity, cooperation and civil efforts to resolve social issues.

Philippine-American Association of Madison and Neighboring Areas, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.

P.O. Box 5013

Madison WI 53705-0013

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