The FACC is a 100% Volunteer run non-profit organization that was originally established in 1954 as The Filipino Club of the Rockies.
In 1988, we acquired the Lakewood property and became The Filipino-American Community of Colorado.
Lovingly. we call our community center the “Bahay Kubo” which is Tagalog for “Little House”.
The FACC is an organization that is more like a “family”.
Our happy community includes families, singles, couples, young adults, seniors and anyone that
that would like and be a part of the FACC family.
We strive to create a sense of family and tradition through preserving the Filipino-American culture.
"To create a community which preserves and shares Filipino heritage and culture." - 2018
Located in the Denver Metro area, FACC stands for Filipino-American Community of Colorado. We are one of the oldest Asian-American communities in Colorado, establishing our organization in 1954.
The FACC is definitely the place to be whether you are a cherished Life-Member or an "Honorary Filipino" looking for a greater sense of community.
By becoming a member, you'll have plenty of opportunities to participate and enjoy our community gatherings while making new friends. You'll also make a world of difference in the community at-large by volunteering.
The FACC is a place that welcomes everyone that walks through our doors into our hearts.
We look forward to including you in our FACC family!