Non-Profit Charity Organizations In the Philippines

We raise funds for various charity organizations in the Philippines. All charity donations received are forwarded to these non-profit organizations and are for their benefit. These charity organizations have been identified based on their mission and vision, track record, and funding needs. They are also accredited with the Philippine Department Of Social Welfare And Development and other government agencies in the Philippines.

For other charity and non-profit organizations in the Philippines that are interested to work with us, please contact us here.

Asilo de la Milagrosa

Asilo de la Milagrosa is a child-caring agency now on its 77th year.  Asilo de la Milagrosa commits itself to the integral development of the abandoned, surrendered, neglected children, youth and their families, unemployed adults, women, older persons, migrants, persons living with HIV and their families, and those persons in crisis through sustainable programs and services where resource-sharing and participative-involvement is a way of life.

Oblate Sisters Of the Most Holy Redeemer

The Oblate Sisters Of the Most Holy Redeemer is a non-stock, non-profit religious corporation dedicated to maintaining preventive and rehabilitative programs and services for young girls and women who are victims and survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation.  They work closely with two vulnerable groups in the Philippines for their human and social transformation - (1) the “hard-core” sexually-exploited street girls, and (2) those sexually abused within the family.

Haribon Foundation

Haribon Foundation For the Conservation Of Natural Resources started the environmental movement in the Philippines in 1972. Today, Haribon is one of the Philippines' top foundations for the environment. Their projects include biodiversity conservation, reforestation, economic support for marginalized forest-dependent communities, and research studies on nature and its preservation.

Cebu Bohol Relief And Rehabilitation Center

The Cebu Bohol Relief And Rehabilitation Center (CRRC) is a member of the Citizen's Disaster Response Center. CRRC focuses on training and capacitating disaster-prone communities so that they can better respond to natural disasters. They further provide relief and rehabilitation services and also develops livelihood programs for the marginalized sectors of our society.

Citizen's Disaster Response Center

The Citizen's Disaster Response Center (CDRC) is a non-profit organization focused on community-based disaster management in the Philippines. They focus on disaster recovery and donations received are immediately allocated to communities and areas that need them the most.