In view of our continued efforts to help and assist our brothers and sisters affected by the Marawi siege, we are creating a special committee to oversee and coordinate all these efforts from various groups in order to account and record all donors as well as the list of victims who were recipients, and even those who did not receive any until this time.
A message from the NATIONAL PRESIDENT of APO USA, John Ottenad.
It is truly unfortunate that as we celebrate six decades and seven years of Alpha Phi Omega in the Philippines, there are those within our ranks who seek to divide us at this time when unity and solidarity could propel our beloved Fraternity/Sorority to the heights of greatness as we… Read More
To Our Brethren: Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year to all Once more we celebrate another year of LEADERSHIP, FRIENDSHIP and SERVICE as we bear witness to the 91st year of Alpha Phi Omega as a service fraternity. As we wind down DY 2015-2017, the theme “Unity and… Read More
It was nine decades ago that a fraternal organization dedicated to the principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service was founded in the bricked academic building denominated as Hogg Hall in diminutive Lafayette College in the small town of Easton, Pennsylvania. From its humble beginnings would emerge an international fraternal organization… Read More
The mandate of Task Force Lando is not merely to provide immediate relief to our brothers and sisters in the typhoon hit areas but also to assist them in the rehabilitation of their homes and livelihood, for which the Task Force shall exist for six (6) months, from October 26, 2015 to March 2016. During the said period, the Task Force may ask for the assistance of any instrumentality or agency of the organization to effectively perform its mandare.
NEW installed national president Luis Paredes wants unity in the Alpha Phi Omega (APO) International Fraternity by inviting everyone including his rivals in the recent elections to support his administration and join their programs in leadership, friendship and service. Paredes, a lawyer and a commissioner of the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB), won the presidency during the National Biennial General Assembly (NBGA) held recently in Dumaguete City.
Message from the National President on the occassion of the Yolanda (Haiyan) Typhoon Tragedy
Our Development Year 2009-2011 is about to end. This will bring to a close a very exciting, to say the least, and productive period for our fraternal organization. Exciting because of the numerous challenges we tackled along the way and the unprecedented triumphs and successes that followed. Problems and challenges… Read More
Brods and Sis, The Christmas Season always bring back sweet memories of our childhood. I was born and grew up in the heart of the City of Manila, in Blumentritt, Sta. Cruz, near the far turn of San Lazaro racetracks, malapit sa riles ng tren. The celebration of the birth… Read More