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by Brother Adrian Aguinaldo

“In summer of 2020, I came up with the idea of starting a local organization in Hawai’i that focused on helping the growing homeless women population in my state. I along with my close friend Amanda created “Wahine Kokua” (translates to helping the women) an organization that centered around giving feminine hygiene products to different homeless shelters/organizations state wide. After getting the opportunity to be featured on our local news and college, we were able to raise about $11,000 dollars worth of pads, tampons, and sanitary wipes all thanks to the generous community, family and friends. 

I primarily was intrigued by this cause because of my mother who grew up impoverished in the Philippines. She experienced first hand the detrimental effects of period poverty and because of her, I am the man I am today. As a male, I think it’s important to recognize and take actions about the first hand problems that many women face in today’s society. I would’ve never expected this organization to get as much attention as it has gotten, but I really can't wait to see this organization grow and flourish in the future because this is just the beginning.”

For more information on the cause and how to donate you can visit our website at or shoot a DM to @adrianaguinaldo on instagram if you have any questions!!



by Brother Antonio Anastasio

Last Spring, Brother Antonio Anastasio joined Camp Kesem as a camp counselor. Camp Kesem is a nationwide community dedicated to supporting children through and beyond their parent’s cancer. He was introduced to the organization by fellow brother Max Moore and volunteered along side brother Arren DeLos Santos. Antonio enjoyed the experience so much that he now serves on the camp’s coordinator board as the Teen Leadership Coordinator. With Antonio’s help, Camp Kesem’s San Francisco chapter helped raise over $9,000 in donations to put towards camp!

“I originally joined Camp Kesem because I resonated with having a family member suffer from cancer when I was younger. Once I joined, I knew that I made the right decision. The community is like no other and the work is incredibly rewarding. My biggest take away has been my admiration for each camper. They have all had to deal with serious adversity at such young ages, yet they still come to camp smiling and ready to participate. I aspire to one day be as strong as these kids. As part of the Take Part Initiative campaign, I would like to see San Francisco’s chapter continue to grow. I’ve loved everything about my experience thus far and I want to share that with new people!”

USFCA students can apply now to become camp councilors by contacting: 

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