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The American Association of the Philippines - Caring for Filipinos, Fil-Ams, and Americans for 70 years

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AAP was founded in 1948 to help the American community in the Philippines recover from the devastation of World War II. It remains actively involved in its original mission of helping Americans and Fil-Ams in need, especially Fil-Am children who need financial aid for food, shelter, medicines, clothing, and education. AAP also maintains a burial plot for indigents. In addition, AAP has a blood donor network established in 1958 specifically for those needing Rh-negative blood, and is the steward of the American Historical Collection housed at Ateneo University.
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Founded on:
1949-01-01
Email:
aap.informat[email protected]
Phone:
028925198
Address:
178 Salcedo Street, 10/F, Legaspi Village, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
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AAP was founded in 1948 to help the American community in the Philippines recover from the devastation of World War II. It remains actively involved in its original mission of helping Americans and Fil-Ams in need, especially Fil-Am children who need financial aid for food, shelter, medicines, clothing, and education. In addition, AAP has a blood donor network established in 1958 and is the steward of the American Historical Collection housed in the Rizal Library at Ateneo de Manila University.
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