Ten years after the founding of Habitat for Humanity, Emma Ruth Osborn, an American missionary, planted the seeds of this vision of decent housing for every family in the Philippines. It found root and grew in the hearts of Luz Sianghio, Gloria V. Ison, Victoria Viterbo-Perez and Delia Ramos Niguidula. This group of 5 women looked for incorporators whose collective professional expertise supported the Habitat Vision. The group worked to involve more Filipinos in making their dream a reality. It was and remains, a daunting task as there are about 3 Million impoverished families living in the slums of Metro Manila alone. Continue reading
The Noordhoff Craniofacial Foundation Philippines, Inc. or NCFPI is a non-profit organization dedicated to make excellent and comprehensive cleft and craniofacial treatment and care accessible to Filipinos especially the indigents by establishing sustainable world-class craniofacial centers in the Philippines operated by a team of empowered Filipino professionals. Continue reading
Chosen Children Village Foundation is a private, non-stock, non-profit organization. It is a safe haven, a home for life, for abandoned children who are physically and mentally challenged. It consists of several living cottages, a School, a Rehabilitation Center, and additional facilities. Continue reading
FH Philippines was started in 1978 in response to God’s call to help the Viet namese refugees who came to Manila because of Viet nam war. A total of 25 Viet namese families were assisted through the Child Sponsorship Program (CSP). When the Philippine Government received funding from the United Nations in 1980 the Vietnamese families were transferred to Morong Bataan. Sponsorship was transferred to Filipino indigent children because during that time there was an increasing problem in the Metropolis, growing slums, unemployment and calamities in the Philippines. FH Philippines was registered at the Security and Exchange Commission in 1992.
FH Philippines started its operation in the National Capital region serving the districts of Manila, Paranaque and Quezon City. Continue reading
*Founded on Hope
House of Refuge began when a group of fervent individuals encountered street children who had been abandoned, neglected or maltreated by their own families. Prodded by a heartfelt resolve, this auspicious event birthed a halfway house in September 21, 1986, which gave shelter and provided the basic needs for street kids. The halfway house was named Bahay Kanlungan in 1990. In the following year, it became a licensed child-caring institution, which adopted the name House of Refuge Foundation, Inc. The HORFI has gone a long way from the first batch of 7 street kids in 1986. Since its inception, House of Refuge has served more than 1000 children and currently cares for 36 children with ages ranging from 4 to 17 years old. Continue reading
We are a SEC registered Non-Government Organization practicing since 2009, that provides learning environments through the integration of Information Communication Technologies, for out of school learners.
• Pull families and children to learning by making it attractive, productive, and relevant
• Develop peer-to-peer learning, non-formal and formal teachers Continue reading
ABOUT LIFELINE FOUNDATION
We are Lifeline Foundation Support Team, Inc., a non-stock, non-profit, non-government organization based in Manila.
We’re a group of educators, artists, medical professionals, architects, students, musicians and engineers – who all have busy lives but have one thing in common. We are people who care, dedicated to the relief of the oppressed and the empowering of the victim-minded. Continue reading