Foundations We Support
The Coca-Cola Foundation
Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines was established in November 1986 in celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the bottling of Coca-Cola in the country. The Foundation\'s mission is: "To refresh the communities we touch through programs that provide Filipino youth the opportunity to become self-reliant, creative and productive citizens with the drive to excel".
Since it began operations in 1987, Coca-Cola Foundation has helped to provide thousands of Filipinos with better opportunities in livelihood and education, emergency assistance during disasters, an improved environment and a healthier ecosystem.
The PGH Medical Foundation Inc.
The PGH Medical Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded to help support the Philippine General Hospital, a hospital that aims to provide impoverished patients with the best health care available. The Hospital is the premier government hospital and serves more than 600,000 patients annually, eighty percent of whom are unable to afford healthcare on their own. The Foundation serves as a conduit of donations coming from various philanthropists, corporations, foundations and other funding agencies. Its objectives include directly assisting underprivileged patients in obtaining treatment, upgrading the Hospital’s facilities, providing the Hospital with critical supplies and investing in training and research. The Foundation was organized in 1997 by PGH Director Antonio Montalban, concerned doctors of the hospital and prominent community leaders. It became fully operational in 2003 when it became a major partner of PGH.
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Mano Amiga Academy
Mano Amiga Academy is a school that provides underprivileged children access to international quality education (preschool until high school) It uses a well-rounded and personalized approach, characterized by honing the child’s intellectual potential, cultivating his pursuit of virtue, and forming a heart for service.
More importantly, Mano Amiga works closely with the families to help them have a better life. The school offers programs that promote values and spiritual formation, economic development, Proper health and nutrition, culture and sports, and other services tailored to the specific needs of the community.
Mano Amiga first opened in 2008 and currently has 60 students. The school’s greatest challenge is to find scholarships for the students, that cover the per-pupil operating cost of the school.
The mission of Mano Amiga Academy, inc. is to transform impoverished communities by providing Filipino children and their families access to quality education, integral formation, and development services that would allow them to reach their full potential and to have a better life. The Mano Amiga school in Taguig City is the latest addition to over 30 Mano Amiga schools distributed around seven countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico & Venezuela), with more than 20,000 students and parents undergoing formation each year.
Other Foundations We Support
Don Bosco Calauan (Salesian Missionaries)
Salesian Missionaries have an active presence in more than 130 countries spanning five continents. They serve in big cities with thousands of homeless and runaway children. And they reach out to remote corners of the globe that have been forgotten and neglected by the rest of society. Since 1950, Salesian Missions has been providing crucial help in the Philippines—working with at-risk youth, impoverished families, and disaster victims. One of the locations of the mission is in Calauan, Laguna. This site has been the resettlement site of more than 8,000 families who came from various parts of Metro Manila slums and a big bulk of informal settlers along the Pasig river. Don Bosco Calauan started a daily feeding program for thousands of kids and senior citizen to address the need for proper food and malnutrition.
Amcham or the American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (AMCHAM) was founded in December 6, 1985 to create a bigger impact from the small activities done by different US companies operating in the Philippines which help out neighbour communities during disasters and calamities.
The vision of Amcham is to become an institution that encourages and recognizes American business in social responsiveness that contributes to the welfare of the Society. Furthermore, to be the premiere catalyst in encouraging American Chanber of Commerce of the Philippines (ACCP) member companies to institutionalize their CSR activities and to use their corporate strategies.
Since 1986, Amcham has been supporting high school, college and vocational students. Today, they are supporting the education of about 200 students.
Communities We Support
Every year, AACI encourages its employees to reach out to marginalized communities around the country, typically catering to the needs of children. With the company's help, these children are given the educational, nutritional, and emotional support they are in dire need of.
- Brgy. 135, Balut, Tondo Manila
- Cottolenggo Filipino, Montalban, Rizal
- Brgy. Ogod, Donsol, Sorsogon