Our Values

The FKA family is proud and grateful of our military and law enforcement communities.  Thank you for you service! Active service discounts available.

The following is a brief code of conduct  we strive to impart within our organization. We hope you enjoy it.

Pakikipagkapwa-Tao. This is the shared sense of identity and consciousness with others. It means treating other people with respect and dignity as an equal, not someone below the individual. Be a respecter of persons. (Exodus 20:1-20)

Joy and Humor. Find humor in everything. It sheds light on the optimism and positivity in whatever situation you face. It helps to remain determined when going through life’s struggles and challenges. (Romans 5:3-5)

Flexibility, Adaptability, Creativity. Have a mindset that gives you the opportunity to adapt and be flexible in doing tasks. This allows you to be creative and “think on your feet”. (Matthew 6:34)

Faith and Religiosity. The Philippines is approximately 85 percent Christians (mostly Roman Catholic Christians). This is a reflection of the Filipinos’ strong faith in God. We strive to live out our lives with a sense of morality and social responsibility towards others. (Deuteronomy 6:4-5)

Ability to Survive. We believe in life and not death. We believe in health and not sickness. The Filipinos are a people who have suffered foreign oppression under the rule of numerous countries over the last four centuries. You must develop a sense of resourcefulness and the ability to survive no matter what the circumstances. (Nehemiah 4:14)

Hard Work and Industry. We believe in success in whatever we do. With resourcefulness comes hard work. Be determined and persevering in accomplishing whatever you set your mind to. (2 Thessalonians 3:10)

Hospitality Foreigners who come to visit the Philippines speak of Filipinos going out of their way to help them when lost, or receiving heartwarming generosity from a family hosting a visitor. Many testify to the warmth and friendliness of Filipinos as they experience that feeling of “belongingness.” Come join us at FKA and experience our hospitality!