Friday, July 23 - 7:10 p.m.

The many. The proud. The Pinoy.

Celebrate Filipino Heritage with thousands of your friends and family in the Northwest’s Filipino community. All fans receive a limited-edition Filipino Heritage Mariners t-shirt with this offer.

Redeem your Filipino Mariners t-shirt (while supplies last) by bringing your ticket to the Group Events tent outside Section 339 before the end of the 3rd inning. Seats are currently being sold as if we are operating at full capacity. Should we learn that state and local officials require socially distant seating for this game, we will need to drop seats and re-seat all guests who have purchased through this offer.

Enter Promo Code: FILIPINO

Deadline to purchase: Thursday, July 22 - 5:00 p.m.

Please note: all tickets purchased online will be mobile only (not available for print).


CALL TO ACTION: We are not silent - rallies and marches against violence and hate in AAPI communities

Dear Friends, Family, Allies, and Accomplices,

There is a series of call to action rallies and marches this weekend in support of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community:

The theme is “We are not silent.

  • Beginning March 13th at 3pm at Hing Hay Park on 423 Maynard Avenue S. Seattle.
  • There is another rally on March 14 at 12 p.m. at Maple Valley 4Corners on 23880 SE Kent Kangley Road.
  • Another rally is planned on March 15 at 4:45 p.m. at the Renton City Hall. TROUBLING RISE IN CRIMES AGAINST ASIAN-AMERICANS


Victim of attack in Chinatown-International District says assault was hate crime | KOMO (

Activists are troubled by a series of assaults against Asian-Americans that have spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic across the country. For example: just last week, an elderly man who was savagely beaten and robbed at a San Francisco laundromat. In New York: a Filipino-American man was slashed with a boxcutter on a packed subway, among many incidents. “It makes me really angry hearing about all these incidences,” said Tanya Woo with the Chinatown International District Community Night Watch Group. “They may not constitute what a hate crime is, under the law, but I feel like there are a lot of other things happening when there is violence towards any ethnic group.”

Governor Jay Inslee condemned the horrific attacks Tuesday. “Washington is a place where all people should feel safe and included. This is a welcoming state and I have a zero-tolerance policy for hate and racism. We must all condemn the acts of hate and violence displayed in the rising incidence of anti-Asian hate crimes in both Washington state and across the country. This is wholly unacceptable and must not stand. We saw this ugly trend surge a year ago, when COVID-19 first emerged in our state. One year later, we have a vaccine for the virus but racism is still running rampant. Victims deserve support and justice. There are systems in place to ensure offenders face consequences for their unconscionable actions. I encourage victims to come forward and report their experience to local law enforcement. I stand in solidarity with members of the Asian community who continue to experience fear and intimidation. They deserve better, and we must do everything in our power to make their safety and security a priority and to eliminate racism in Washington.”

“It’s great to hear the governor make the statement, but we want to see what is going to be done,” said Woo. “We would like to see more policies and tougher laws regarding hate crimes.”

Jenifer Chao


2020 FACES Elections

The Nomination Form is ready. We encourage you to select that FACES member (including yourself) who you believe will make a great candidate for one of the following one-year term positions: President, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Board Positions #1, 2, and 4. Submit the Nomination Form to

Download the Nomination form.

Learn more about the positions.


2020 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Resources

Asian Americans PBS Series

Asian Americans is a five-hour film series that delivers a bold, fresh perspective on a history that matters today, more than ever. As America becomes more diverse, and more divided while facing unimaginable challenges, how do we move forward together? Told through intimate personal stories, the series will cast a new lens on U.S. history and the ongiong role that Asian Americans have played.


Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Celebration

Seattle Center Festal in partnership with Asian Pacific Directors Coalition (APDC) has moved this year's celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage month online. Visit the website to view the virtual celebration held on May 3, 2020.   


Danny Woo Community Garden Day of Service

Located in Chinatown International District, the Danny Woo Garden provides plots for seniors and community members to grow their own vegetables. They need 10 volunteers to support transporting top soil/ compost into individual garden plots. Social distancing will be practiced at the event and it is highly recommended, but not required, for volunteers to have their own shovel, gloves, and PPE. For inquiries or to sign-up, please contact


San Francisco Celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

The APA Heritage Foundation based in San Francisco created a website with online resources to virtually celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month including weekly programs, cultural resources, and recipes. Visit the website to learn more.


2020 FACES Retreat 

Please join us this Saturday, March 21, by SKYPE only, in the convenience and safety of your own home. This is an opportunity for you to know what’s going on with FACES and to give us your suggestions, opinions and comments to improve FACES..

More information on the retreat in this document.


2019 FACES Scholarship Application Deadline: October 4

One $1,000 College Tuition Scholarship is available to assist FACES members and their immediate family in pursuing higher education.

More information on eligibility and how to apply in this packet.

Application Deadline: October 4, 2019 at 11:59 PM.

If you have questions, please contact Arabella Corcoro, Committee Chair, at


2019 FACES Conference: Strength in Unity (Lakas sa Pagkakaisa)!

Wednesday, October 16 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM in the Bertha Knight Landes Room of City Hall

Conference includes a TBD panel discussion on celebrating our differences and honoring what makes us strong!

Open to all | Cost: $10 (lunch included) | To register, please email or call Nathan Navarro (206) 256-5235. Help us spread the word with this flyer.

Filipino American Civic Employees of Seattle (FACES) is an inclusive organization that fosters understanding and collaboration among people of all backgrounds and experiences and give voice and visibility to issues, and help those in need. Our mission is to work with Filipino-American mainstream communities, other people of color and allies to influence policies, programs, procedures and practices that affect our common interests and promote cultural awareness and diversity to instill pride in Filipino-American heritage.


2019 FACES Fundraiser: Bake Sale & Silent Auction

Friday, September 27, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM in SMT 4090 and SMT 4096

Delight your taste buds with an order of scrumptious Filipino desserts and snacks! Show up at the Seattle Municipal Tower, 40th floor, SMT 4090/4096 on Friday, September 27 between 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and fill your plate! Help us spread the word with this flyer.

The variety of baked goods and desserts to purchase starting at 10am, such as:

  • Empanada
  • Peach Cobbler
  • Spanish Rolls
  • Cupcakes
  • Brownies
  • Cookies
  • Karioka
  • Pichi-Pichi
  • Puto
  • Cassava Cake
  • Coffee

Lunch food will also be available around 11:30:

  • Pansit
  • Spring Rolls
  • Lumpia
  • Potstickers

Please also see this list of many wonderful items to buy at the Silent Auction. If you find item(s) you’d like to purchase, contact and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Every order helps FACES fundraise for college scholarships.

2016 FACES Conference