Over two years after his death, the Magalona Family and close friends, have decided to continue Francis Magalona‘s legacy.
Last October 4, 2011 — the Birth Anniversary of Master Rapper, Francis Magalona, The Magalona Family and Friends launched the Francis Magalona Foundation (FMF) to continue his legacy: Find Meaning in the Filipino. A people with a true sense of Filipino pride, personal integrity and commitment to positive change.
Here are some videos I took during the press conference:
The OneCORE provides avenues for self-learning and personal development through skillsbuilding workshops and one-on-one coaching. FMF and The OneCORE will be offering programs to equips individuals with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to successfully address the challenges from the 5 Aspects of Life: the Self, Family, Academics/Career, Social/Friends and Sense of Purpose.
– Born To Be A Hero™ Talk. Heroism is defined in the broadest sense as “any act that calls for you to step out of yourself whether consciously or unconsciously making yourself present to the moment for others – and for yourself.” (p. 16, Born To Be A Hero 2010).
Designed from the best-selling and life transforming book of the same title by Coach Pia Nazareno-Acevedo, the country’s leading Life Transitions Coach, this talk enables participants to begin the journey to find their inner greatness and capacity to be a hero for themselves and for others through small and big things!
– My Survival Guide. This skills building workshop empowers participants to live rooted in their core – the essence of who they are by cultivating deeper self awareness and by equipping them with skills to: articulate personal values, acquire confidence and certitude in one’s strengths, identify areas for personal, relationship and career growth, map out an action plan, and develop a systematic and attainable strategy for success. Together, self-awareness and these skills empower participants to live the life they envision for themselves and for their country.
– eMANcipate is a program especially designed for LGBTs. It aims to support participants’ process of liberation by deepening their self-awareness and by equipping them with necessary life skills. The program addresses issues about: dealing with discrimination and hurtful relationships, nurturing self-acceptance and self-confidence, and strategizing for personal, relationship and career success. Together, self-awareness and these skills empower participants to live a life of pride and flair for themselves and for their country.
FMF is currently making arrangements to deliver these programs in the next few months to public and private schools, professional organizations, companies and the like. Companies, organizations and individuals are urged to get involved as donors, volunteers and beneficiaries.
Proceeds from the sale of this merchandise are donated to FMF to fund its various personal development programs.