Entries by GFM



  Global Filipino Movement Foundation, Inc. will be giving out hygiene kits and blankets for the families affected by #TyphoonUlysses in Marikina and Rizal. You may participate by donating any amount to our Banco de Oro (BDO) Savings Account: Global Filipino Movement Foundation, Inc. 004950328088. If you have questions, you may contact: Pastor Robert Salvador […]


#KwentongGFM: Ann Quirante

Dalawang taon silang nag-live in, ngunit nakakilala sa Panginoong Hesus ang seaman niyang husband at pag-uwi niya noong 2013 ay nagpakasal sila, ngayon ay siyam na taon na silang magkasama. Naimbitahan sila sa God is Sovereign Church (GISAG) at dahil may OFW Ministry roon ay nagpapatuloy sila. May epilepsy ang asawang babae, si Ann, kaya […]


#KwentongGFM: Violeta Doliente

Si Violeta Doliente o “Sis. Violy” sa nakararami, ay dating OFW at ngayon ay isang GFC (Global Filipino Center) Volunteer sa United Methodist Church – Anulid sa Alcala, Pangasinan. Ito ang kanyang #KwentongGFM. Dati akong OFW during my single days at do’n ko na rin nakilala ang kauna-unahan at nag-iisang boyfriend na eventually napangasawa ko. […]


Jessica Godoy, with hopes and dreams, decided to work overseas particularly in Saudi Arabia. Her local agency specifically stipulated in the contract that she will be working for someone as a domestic helper. In 2019, she worked for her employer’s sister who has an aging and bedridden mother. Thus, she had to work as a […]

Tuloy-tuloy ang serbisyo ng GFM!

Mga Kabayan, kayo ba ay may concerns o nangangailangan ng assistance? Ang Global Filipino Movement ay handang tumulong sa inyo. Hindi na kailangang pumunta sa aming tanggapan, bukas ang aming mga linya sa panahong ito.

Help in time of need : An OFW Story

“I now have the courage to face life because you introduced Jesus to me. I am eternally grateful,” said Norilyn Ducanes, when asked how GFM’s C.O.O.L. Project was able to help her. On April 1, 2019, Norilyn opted to work as a household worker in Qatar in desire to give her children a good life. […]

A Helping Hand

A story of Rizza, as written by Ptr. Dennis Diamante Filipinos are known to be a gentle, compassionate and forgiving people.  These, along with other traits like being friendly, adaptable and hard-working makes them a preferred nationality among overseas contract workers.  We are also a people with no history of aggression—a number of times conquered, […]

What to do if you already have an OFW ministry

So you’ve already had the Ministry 101 training, the CET and the BBKD. What’s the next step for you? The key to any ministry is to keep growing. Besides continuing your ministry in helpdesk or reintegration or support group, GFM also offers a monthly meeting slash seminar where you can continually learn more about the […]