The OFW Journalism Consortium (OFWJC) is a nonprofit organization of journalists volunteering time and talent on a united cause: to produce content to help overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and their families arrive at wise decisions to better quality of life and a productive migration experience. The OFWJC was organized in 2003 initially as the ministry of the John J. Carroll Institute for Church and Social Issues (JJCICSI) of the Philippine Jesuits. With the JJCICSI seed fund, the OFWJC developed into an independent organization of journalists and media practitioners united on a goal of placing in mainstream media’s focus socio-economic development issues and concerns of OFWs and their families. A decade later, members agreed the OFWJC was able to have achieved its mission and decided to go into hiatus and allow mainstream media to further raise the public debate on migration and development. However, the members agreed the need to reboot the organization as mainstream media came to address multifarious issues with the limited discourse on migration and development. There is now a need for the OFWJC to take up again the cudgels of raising the level of discourse on migration and development issues and concerns.