Support The Alvarado Project

One of the best ways to support us and show people who
we are is through a financial contribution. The
Alvarado Project National Tour Fund helps create
access to audiences across the nation. Your
contribution will help the Alvarado Project present a
national exhibition tour that will premiere at the
Smithsonian’s National Museum of Amercian History. A
donation from your organization helps the underserved
and underrepresented Filipino American community gain
recognition and visibility in your community.

By bringing this exhibit and other public programming
to your local communities, The Alvarado Project
National Tour Fund seeks to inform and educate people
about the important cultural and social roles of
Filipinos in America. This can be made possible
by your tax-deductible contributions and making
it known in your community. To help provide
support and money, contributions can be made to the:

The Alvarado Project, earmarked National Tour.

HELP NOW and make a contribution by visiting
www.thealvaradoproject.com. Contributions may be sent
to: c/o: Professor Albert A. Acena,
P.O. Box 253, San Mateo, CA 94401.

Please make your donation payable to:
The Alvarado ProjectNational Tour
501C3#

Please help the Alvarado project launch a national
tour of the exhibition, “Through My Father’s Eyes”.
We are able to accept any amount, individual donations
or collections. Because of the cost and logistical
concerns, we recommend that you support us by donating
as soon as possible.

If you would like to discuss this type of donation,
please contact us at: jeff@thealvaradoproject.com



News
PRESS RELEASE-SEPTEMBER 2008: NEW AMERICANS MUSEUM, SAN DIEGO FEATURES FILIPINO AMERICAN EXHIBIT..."We are proud to present this moving collection," said Executive Director Gayle Hom. "It is a worthy tribute to our Filipino population."
PRESS RELEASE: OCTOBER 2007 “Through My Father’s Eyes: The Filipino American Photographs of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado (1914-1976)” to commemorate Filipino American history month
"With eyes all American"-Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado's pictures of Filipinos in the U.S. capture an enduring story. HOLLY MYERS - Special to The Times
MEMORIES OF THE MANONG
A JOURNEY BACK IN TIME
KSW Co-sponsors the Alvarado Project


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