PCCC Board of Directors take Oath at the Philippine Consulate Office. Gracing the Oath is Philippine Consul General J.  Mahilumwest on March 5, 2014. (From Left) Danny Doma, Board Member; Phete Torralba, Vice-Chair; Lino Eroma, Board Member; Joseph Franco, Secretray & Treasurer; Rolando Mangante, Chairman/CEO; Philip Beloso, Board Member; Eugene Deocareza, Auditor; and ConGen Jhunevier Mahilumwest.

What PCCC Offers?

Settlement services:

Information-session about living in Canada, and giving referrals

Workshops on basic computer skills, financial literacy, life skills, first aid and CPR certification.

Schooling and choosing the right programs for the members, and referrals.


Providing correct information will properly guide members as a newcomer to reach out to their new community. Settlement counselors will work with them to generate a newcomer’s settlement plan to direct them throughout the process of living in a new country.

Continuous Education: 

Variety of workshops and seminars will be given to the members so that they will be well empowered.

Example of workshops are as follows:

Basic computer skills (Learning Microsoft office)

First Aid/ CPR

Food Handling

Resume making

Personality development

Financial literacy

About PCCC

Philippine Cultural Community Centre (PCCC) is a not-for-profit organization that provides comprehensive services to the Filipino Community in the GTA. 

PCCC provides support to caregivers, newcomer immigrants, and immigrants through the variety of services, and programs that PCCC offers.  

PCCC aims to serve the Filipino community with great pride as they embark to make their settlement in Canada easier and better.

Core Domains of PCCC

Continuous Education

Information session

Planning and Direction

HealthCare and Social Services

New comers integration program

Preserving Filipino heritage

Family Reunification

Wellbeing of Filipino Seniors

Music and Sports, Arts and Culture

Referrals/ Social Integration

Social Security

PCCC Events:

"Taste of Manila" - the first ever Filipino street festival that will happen in the streets of Bathurst and Wilson Ave on August 23-24, 2014. This event is a project of the Philippine Cultural Community Centre (PCCC) in Association with the Philippine Consulate Office of Toronto. The street of Bathurst will be closed from Wilson Avenue up to Allingham Street and will showcase a wide variety of Filipino Foods, Games, Cultural presentations, Camaraderie, Bands, Folk dances, Pinoy Street games and many more.

Join Us

Whether you are a lifetime advocate or new to our cause, we invite you to join us. We welcome new ideas and value enthusiasm from the members of the Filipino community.