Calamity Assistance and Rehabilitation Endeavors (CARE) in 2015

The Calamity Assistance and Rehabilitation Endeavors (CARE) provides immediate assistance to victims of calamities or natural disasters like volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and typhoons that leave vast areas flooded. Calamities displace families, destroy livelihood, and even claim lives. In the Philippines, CARE aims to be the first responders to disaster victims, not only to provide the … Continue reading Calamity Assistance and Rehabilitation Endeavors (CARE) in 2015

Infrastructure – Classroom Projects in 2015

Twelve new classrooms amounting to almost $200,000 were turned over to different municipal school districts in areas hit in November 2013 by Supertyphoon Haiyan/Yolanda. KPMG, LLP, through Bobby Tamayo, donated two classrooms in Tapaz, Capiz. The Filon Brothers (Luke, Zachary, and Jacob), the Tu Bi Foundation, Dr. and Mrs. Bayani Manalo, and Kona Visayan Club funded four classrooms in Kabangbang, Bantayan Island, … Continue reading Infrastructure – Classroom Projects in 2015

Livelihood Projects in 2015

The Livelihood Project under the LINKAPIL’s Program encourages overseas Filipino donors to assist in establishing small-scale or alternative income-generating activities to foster self help among members of local communities, barangays, non-government organizations, and cooperatives. FtH started providing capital funds for livelihood programs in 1996. These include grants to registered cooperatives and organizations. FtH also provided … Continue reading Livelihood Projects in 2015

Bridge of Hope Program in 2015

Forging partnerships of US-based Filipino donors with Philippine Partners that advocate the charitable endeavors of their choice. Dear donors, supporters, volunteers, and friends, Thank you very much for the many years of trust and confidence you have reposed on Ayala Foundation USA/PhilDev. Your generous gift of yourself has been a tremendous source of inspiration to … Continue reading Bridge of Hope Program in 2015

Education (Scholarships and Books) Projects in 2015

Since the inception of the Adopt-A-Scholar Project of the CFO (Commission on Filipinos Overseas) in 1996, Feed the Hungry, Inc. has been supporting indigent but scholastically qualified students all over the Philippines. Feed the Hungry, Inc.’s Book Program has also been supporting the educational needs of various institutions in the Philippines. For the School Year 2014-15, … Continue reading Education (Scholarships and Books) Projects in 2015

Feeding Projects in 2015

Below are photos of feeding implementations: Lutucan Central School at Sariaya, Quezon Beneficiary: 50 school children (5-8 years old) for six-month feeding. Total Amount of Assistance: PhP89,250 (US$2,232.00). The feeding started the third week of October 2013 and completed in March 2014.   Municipality of Cordon Day Care Center at Cordon, Isabela Beneficiary: 58 pre-schoolers for six-month feeding. Total … Continue reading Feeding Projects in 2015