Want to support the work of the Veterans Equity Center? Here’s how you can:

Volunteer for the Bayanihan Equity Center

The Bayanihan Equity Center offers many volunteer opportunities and welcomes any supporters or donations to serve Filipino Veterans, seniors, and adults with disabilities in San Francisco. As well as individuals and families of the South of Market.

Contact BEC and tell us what you’re interested in. We are looking for support in the following areas:

  • Administration / Office Support
  • Advocacy
  • Food Distribution/IFA
  • Social Media (i.e. Website management, newsletter creation)
  • Affordable Housing with BiSHoP (i.e. Application assistance)
  • Organizing and attending social events
  • Fundraising
  • Outreach (i.e. Phone banking)
  • Volunteer Coordination
  • and much more!
  • Check our blog for our monthly volunteer opportunity list

Complete a Volunteer Application Form Online or email


The Veterans Equity Center is an accredited nonprofit 501(c)(3). If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution, please donate online OR mail a check payable to “Veterans Equity Center”. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law. VEC’s tax ID number is 94-3333879.

Donate Online

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Bayanihan Equity Center
1010 Mission Street, Suite C
San Francisco, CA 94103

Give While You Shop

Shop on AmazonSmile and 0.5% of your pur­chases go back to the Veterans Equity Center! Just type in “Veterans Equity Center” under Select a Charity and select us! Whenever you shop Amazon go to

Bayani Art is donating proceeds of their Laging Una (Always First) Snapback to the Veterans Equity Center in support of awarding Filipino WWII Veterans the Congressional Gold Medal.

“The design for this cap was inspired by the Coat of Arms logo of the 1st Filipino Regiment Infantry. The three stars are taken from the Philippines’ flag that symbolizes the three principal islands, Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The cross kris blade and Igorot war shield represents the two warrior tribes of the islands.

The bottom of the brim is a photograph of the 2nd Filipino Regiment Infantry. Wielding their choice of weapon, also part of their field equipment, the Bolo.”

Purchase the snapback on their website or

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