CPG - RSPo Foundation

ORC stands for “Octo Riders’ Club”, composed of employees coming from various departments of General Tuna Corporation, both regular and agency personnels. The group was organized with the primary purpose strengthening the bond between co-workers by promoting road safety with the use of their motorcycles. However, during one of their trips, they noticed that the children from the indigenous community were malnourished and needs supplemental feeding for their daily survival.

Thus, group thought of helping them by initially purchasing dented items GTC and cooked it for the community. When the RSPO Foundation was officially set-up - ORC applied to be a partner to give feeding to the indigenous community. Last 2013, they started supporting 3 schools where the children from the said community are enrolled.

Project PEARLS focuses its outreach efforts in the slum communities in Tondo, Manila, particularly in ULINGAN and Helping Land. Both communities sit on a dumpsite where children have no choice but to live with garbage, mosquitoes, flies, and vermin.

Children and families in Ulingan also live on soot and around toxic smoke from the charcoal factories. Young children work either at the charcoal factories and/or at the dumpsite as scavengers. The common meal is “pagpag”(leftover food from fast-food restaurants scavenged from garbage sites).

Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life (CFC-FFL) is an international private association of lay faithful, doing its work in many countries, having many different nationalities as active members, and officially recognized by the Catholic Church hierarchy. Its primary work is evangelization, founded on family renewal.

With this, it focuses on renewing the family and defending life, as well as participating in the work of building the Church of the Poor.

City Gates Academy is a humanitarian organization that provides free education to poor and destitute children in the slum communities of Cogeo, Antipolo City, Rizal.

We operate City Gates Academy, a high quality pre-school from Monday to Friday, where the most disadvantaged receive a free education in exchange for 12-hours of work every month. This provides he parents with the following: First, pride and dignity as human beings; second, an opportunity to wean them from a dole-out mentality; and third, the prospect of instilling them with a sense of community.

In addition to our educational program at weekend we also hold a Saturday morning feeding program and youth choir open to all children in the local community. We also run activities throughout the summer including summer school and medical missions. We are meeting the needs of our community not just educationally but physically and spiritually.

Feeding Metro Manila (FMM) is a hunger relief charity. With the help of many friends, our goal is to be able to support as many meal centers (around Metro Manila) as we can.

Our priority is to feed pre-school and elementary school children who are undernourished.  We monitor both their physical growth and their academic progress in school.

Pro Labore Dei is a Charitable Organization that is committed to working with the very poor, the destitute in our society for their improvement. 

Our objective is to feed the hungry, cloth the naked, shelter the homeless, nurse/treat the sick poor and the aged deserted by relatives, to visit the imprisoned, be mothers to the orphaned and the abandoned children, educate the young poor whose parents cannot send to school, bury the dead, and care for the spiritually hungry also through our weekly/monthly prayer meetings and counseling etc. 

As Pro Labore Dei moves and spreads to different tribes and Nations we seek out the particular needs of the poorest of the poor in that area and modify our work to meet the needs and the culture of the poor wherever we are.

HAPAG-ASA feeds 6 months to 12 years old undernourished children, underweight pregnant and lactating women in the community once a day, five days a week for 6 months. Each meal is enriched with nutrients through the provision of Food Supplements complete with vitamins and minerals. These are Vitameal from FTC and MannaPack Food Supplements from FMSC through RSM. Vitameal is a mixture of rice and lentil, MannaPack Fortified Rice is made of rice, soya and dehydrated vegetables while MannaPack Fortified Potato is made of potatoes with sweet potato flavor. 

Apart from the supplemental feeding, education classes and livelihood and skills training for parents, aimed at sustaining the improved nutritional condition of the children are conducted simultaneously. The education classes cover topics on affective parenting, health and nutrition, responsible parenthood and values and livelihood. Livelihood and skills training are conducted with small capital lent to help them help themselves and their children, in partnership with government and non-government organizations.

Defending Family Values Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to achieve its objectives primarily through “Adopt-a-Public School Program” following concrete programs.

Through its campaign “Adopt-a-Public School “, Defending Family Values Foundation, Inc. strategy is to concentrate on the public schools and model them into “Outreach Centers.” The public schools will serve as the community activity center for the development and implementation of the foundation’s program.

For the abused, Bantay Bata 163 provides the child helpline 1-6-3, legal services and shelter, to help them heal and move on from situations of physical and sexual abuse to safer and more caring environments and families

For sick children whose families cannot afford treatment, Bantay Bata 163 provides medical assistance.

For children who simply have less in life, Bantay Bata 163 has feeding programs, and educational scholarships, empowering them with proper education and nutrition to help them reach their dreams.

By spearheading trainings, seminars, and conferences, Bantay Bata 163 hopes to prevent child abuse, uphold the rights of children, and disseminate knowledge on laws, techniques and systems in protecting children.

We envision a society where the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged are empowered for an improved quality of life. Towards this end, DSWD will be the world’s standard for the delivery of coordinated social services and social protection for poverty reduction by 2030.

To develop, implement and coordinate social protection and poverty reduction solutions for and with the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Founded in 1829, St. Joseph Orphanage (SJO) was known for over 150 years throughout the Ohio Valley region as a traditional orphanage. But, by the early 1970's, SJO had responded to the increasing need for children's mental health care in a more complex and fragmented society by offering innovative new approaches and programs.

Today, St. Joseph Orphanage is a proven leader in children's mental health recovery, providing residential, educational and community treatment programs for children who have been abused or neglected, are severely emotionally disturbed or developmentally disabled. Every year, SJO changes the lives of 1,850 children from the Greater Cincinnati community and across the country.

In the Philippines, the first local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International was established in 1988. As more affiliates were founded, a national office was set in 1992.

Habitat for Humanity Philippines enlarges its stake in creating a holistic and sustainable shelter solution in a national scale.

Taking our vision to every city in the Philippines, Habitat for Humanity launches its second phase of the “I Build” Campaign – “I BUILD MY CITY, I BUILD MY PHILIPPINES.” By advocating for a COMPREHENSIVE CITY-WIDE SHELTER PROGRAM, in partnership with the private and public sectors, we can provide a sustainable shelter solution to take us to the next decade.

Rebuilding homes, rebuilding lives
Heal Poverty by creating opportunity
Restore dignity by inspiring productivity
Empower Communities and enlighten families

The Consuelo Chito Madrigal Foundation (CCMF) is dedicated to improving the quality of life of distressed families in selected communities in the Philippines. Established be banker, philanthropist and Papal awardees Dona Consuelo Chito Madrigal – Collantes in 1997, it supports programs designed to respond to the needs of these communities to be self –sustaining.

Former Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Andrés Soriano III described PBSP as a “vehicle for collective corporate social response.”

PBSP was founded in December 1970 by 50 Filipino business leaders who pledged to set aside 1% of their companies’ net income before taxes to pursue poverty reduction programs. Based on the Venezuelan Dividendo Voluntario para la Comunidad model of corporate social action, PBSP was a means by which the Philippines Business Community could rationalize and co-ordinate its funding and technical support to socio-economic projects and programs across the country.

Happy2help is the name chosen by a group of friends who banded together right after Typhoon Ondoy to consolidate their relief efforts. It is composed mostly of former classmates from Woodrose School class of 1986.

They were later joined by friends whom they met while doing relief work in the muddy Marikina area. Because of a deluge of contributions from friends, relatives and companies, Happy2Help ended up making, sending and sometimes delivering thousands of relief packages to tent cities and evacuation centers in Pangasinan, Laguna, Muntinlupa, Taguig and Marikina between September 2009 to January 2010.

Happy2Help offered hot meals to evacuees during distribution days and assisted in medical missions held in the evacuation centers.

Real LIFE Foundation is passionate about providing a better future for underprivileged Filipinos by giving them access to a good education and transforming their communities through community service.

Real Life Foundation are a Christian non-profit, NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) that was incorporated in 2007 with the vision of seeing thousands of marginalized Filipino youth educated, gainfully employed and uplifting their communities.

iHome Greater Metro Manila
Involved in different Volunteers' Programs, Partnerships, Christian Nurture and Community Development activities to enhance the lives of Home partner-families in the community.

iHome works in partnership with God and people everywhere to establish God-centered,
self-reliant communities, through building decent and affordable housing with God’s people in need.

The Philippine Christian Foundation started in 2003 as a small fund raising charity in response to the grim poverty the children and families living in dump sites and cemeteries of Metro Manila were facing. Jane Walker, PCF's founder, hoped that through her efforts, she could make even just a tiny difference in those people's lives.

Today, The Philippine Christian Foundation is uplifting and improving the lives of thousands of children and families in Tondo, Navotas and Baguio with its programs that are geared towards the holistic growth of its beneficiaries.

Hospicio de San Jose is the oldest Catholic welfare institution in the Philippines serving people of all ages from infancy to the elderly. Hospicio is a small island almost four hectares surrounded by Pasig River, accessible thru Ayala Bridge, located right in the center of Manila.

‘It was officially established in 1810 when it opened its doors to the service of the “poor” in Manila. Throughout the proceeding years, Hospicio has been thru a lot of survival crises; it expanded its service to the mentally ill in 1853.

The Daughters of Charity were given the administration of Hospicio in 1865, which they hold to this day.

Asociacion de Damas de Filipinas is a Catholic orphanage, located in Manila that enables children, aged six and below to experience the conditions of a loving family through quality care essential to help them grow and develop as God-fearing and holistically healthy children.

We after adaption services to people who share this value and who will be able to provide the children with families to support and help them grow as good individuals.

The Center for Industrial Technology and Enterprise (CITE) is an industry-based and socially-oriented institution which plays a relevant role in the economic and social development of Cebu, the Central Visayas, and surrounding areas.

(CITE) is also an institution committed to provide training in technical skills and entrepreneurship, values formation, and social services to the less privileged youth, their families, the local community and the industrial sector of Visayas and Mindanao. We aim to develop in them a high sense of professionalism and a deep Christian and social-oriented spirit.
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