Our Impact

We think our programs are awesome! But you don’t have to take our word for it. Below are a few testimonials from the Sacramento community.
Contact us to share your testimonial today.

Josie Patria - President, Filipino Fiesta of Sacramento – “ … the whole community … should be thankful to Sinag-tala for…years of entertaining and inspiring us and making us proud to be Filipinos ...”

Josie Canlas - Board Member, Eskwela Natin – “I have always felt that Sinagtala and its leadership (are) worthy of support by everyone in the Filipino community ...”

Maria Ton Mapa – Former teen participant, now a school teacher – “Your (Sinag-tala's) influence has stayed with me to this day, especially in regards to my love of our culture and the performing arts.”

Martin Sinlao – Alumnus and dance artist – “... I can say that I love it (the arts). I can also say that I have you (Sinag-tala) to thank for it.”

Sinag-tala’s impact to the community is also evident in the resumes of many Sinag-tala alumni:

  • Conrad Panganiban - MFA candidate, award-winning playwright
  • Joseph Larot - Jabbawokeez founder
  • Jason Magsuci - Director at Press P.L.A.Y and Jabbawokeez member
  • Brian Rivera and Rinabeth Apostol - actively working Screen Actors Guild and Actors Equity Association card-holders
  • Raeselle Lao - private voice and piano instructor.

Get Involved

As a non-profit organization, SFTPAA relies greatly on its volunteer staff, members, participants, sponsors and the community for support and resources. Such support enables SFTPAA to provide the community with its unique projects that aim to enhance the artistic and cultural lives of those who share and believe in its mission and vision.

There are different ways to get involve with SFTPAA to help sustain its projects and realize its goals.

Please contact us for any questions you may have about helping us out at sftpaa@gmail.com.