40,000+ Kids Starve to DEATH EVERYDAY
Duyan ni Maria provides children with temporary or permanent shelter, home-care, formal and non-formal education, christian value formation to abandoned, maltreated and neglected children, as well as to children of unwed pregnant women born inside the institution and to parentless poor children.
“Duyan ni Maria” (Cradle of Mary) Children’s Home of Angeles City, Inc. started in 1988 when a child abandoned by her parents, was brought to the care of a group of religious sisters, who at that time, was concentrating their response to the call of the urban poor, factory workers and farmers for recognition of their basic human and workers’ rights.
A. Social Service
Restoration and development of social functioning of children from admission to discharge and preparation for independent living, family reunification and community reintegration.
B. Residential Care Program
A child- friendly environment where basic needs such as safety, care, shelter, food, clothing and footwear, health, personal hygiene and grooming are provided.
C. Educational Services
Children are sent to preparatory, primary and secondary schools. Graduates are supported through college, technical or vocational schools depending on their interest and competency.
D. Health Services
Children are provided annual health, medical and dental check-ups, treatment if needed, and referrals for further assistance.
Address: lot 165 B 3 B, Dapdap, Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga, Philippines
PRECIOUS HERITAGE CHILDREN'S HOME is a DSWD Accredited Social Welfare and Development Agency (SWDA) registered at Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). A grassroots ministry providing housing, food, clothing, medical care, education and love to the orphaned, abandoned, malnourished, and neglected children in the Philippines.
1. Provide the orphans, abandoned, neglected and tribal children in the Philippines with a loving environment and a nurturing place to call home for their protection, guidance and security. These children will be prepared for life in their community as valuable, contributing members who demonstrate strong Christian values.
2. Provide programs and services to address the need of the malnourished and unschooled children.
3. Provide programs that will develop their full potential towards self- sufficiency and independence.
Precious Heritage Children's Home/Foundation envisions to bring love and hope to the children in need. It is our joy to see lives touched and hearts changed for the glory of Jesus Christ.. "Those who sow in tears will reap with songs of joy. He who goes out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with him." (Psalms 126:5-6)
Mission: Imploring the aid of the Divine Providence, Precious Heritage is committed to provide food, shelter, education and sustainable skills training toward the children's self-independence.
This is a special kind of ministry where needy children are cared for and taught Christian living and how to "make a living" in this world.
Address: 1340 Manuel Hizon St, Santa Cruz, Manila, 1003 Metro Manila, Philippines
In 1989, a group of Pasay City housewives with the Ina Anak, Inc., The Ladies of Charity of Pasay and The Brothers of the Sons of Mary, Health of the Sick started a Drop In Shelter for streetchildren near Cartimar in Pasay City. Their beneficiaries were the streetchildren around the city and those coming from the reclamation area where The Mall of Asia and other establishments are now. They provided a place for them to have dinner, take a bath, watch TV, sleep and breakfast after which they went back outside.
Mission: To accompany and support them on their journey towards recovery, development, reintegration and God’s Kingdom.
Vision: That through their experience of God’s Healing love, they will be restored to health of body, mind and spirit, becoming loving and responsible citizens in a child friendly community that acknowledges and supports their rights.
Goal: The recovery and sustained reintegration of the children and youth into their families and society.
They had a housefather and mother to look after them and later a tutor to give them a class before going out. Eventually they said that they would like to leave the street and be able to go to school. Fortunately a big ancestral house along Taft Avenue was offered and they called the project Pangarap (Dream).
Address: 2503 Taft Avenue corner Escobal Street, Pasay City, 1300 Metro Manila, Philippines
ANAK-Tnk was founded in 1998 to support Manila’s most unfortunate children: those living in extreme poverty in the streets and in the slums of the capital city of the Philippines.
Today, the foundation is run by Executive Director Father Matthieu Dauchez and Ms. Gloria Recio alongside a multidisciplinary team of local professionals.
The foundation’s action and purpose are being supported outside the Philippines by branches operating on all continents under the supervision of Mr. Pascal Breton.
Our priorities for the children :
Education: In the Philippines, one out of ten children does not receive any education
We enable and support the education of every child, from the moment he joins the foundation until he becomes independent.
Health: 40% of the urban population lives in conditions of extreme poverty
We cater to the medical needs of every child of the foundation and we train local communities to integrate basic health and hygiene concepts.
Nutrition: One out of ten children is malnourished and one out of three suffers from growth malnutrition. We provide children with balanced meals daily and we train local communities to raise awareness on nutrition issues.
Protection: from Drugs, violence, rape, prostitution, children are always the first victims
Address: 94 Kalayaan Avenue Barangay Central, Quezon City 1100 Metro Manila
Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children's Home, Inc. was founded by Mr. Reylindo and Mrs. Myrna Ortega on December 2006. It is a non-government organization working for abandoned, neglected, foundling and surrendered children.
Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children’s Home, Inc. is duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on July 11, 2007. Tahanan is also Registered, Licensed and Accredited by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).
The Home is operated by its eleven (11) active Board of Trustees, an Executive Director, Program Manager, two (2) Social Workers who acts as the Case Managers, a Nurse, houseparent supervisor, six (6) Houseparents and eight (8) Caregivers who acts as the surrogate parents of the children as well as providing them with love, care and discipline.
Vision: A sanctuary of God’s love and care for the abandoned, neglected, foundling and surrendered children.
Mission: To serve God and bring Christ to the lives of the abandoned, neglected, surrendered and foundling children by providing love, care, and basic needs. To pursue active advocacy on the rights of the children. To sustain partnership with churches, government agencies and NGO's through collaboration and networking.
Address: 45 Dr. Pilapil Street. Brgy. Sagad, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Friendship Home Fr. Luis Amigó was initially established in May 1991 as a shelter for a number of homeless and battered children. At that time Philippine statistics indicated that there were at least half a million “street children” in the country, or children in especially difficult circumstances. Friendship Home was able to give protection, shelter and complete health, medical, nutrition, educational, counseling, spiritual and other basic services to only a handful of them: children who used to live in empty tombs, a child sold for a sackful of rice; a child maimed for life by a drunkard of a father. These were just a few glimpses into the children’s lives before finding a second family at Friendship Home.
In December 1992, Friendship Home was registered as a non-stock, non-profit organization. Its capacity to take care of the needs of more children increased under the wings of the Mater Dolorosa Parish in 19th Avenue, East Rembo, City of Makati. With the help of the Manos Unidas, a Spanish funding agency, the children were assured that they would have a safe and secure home for residential and non-residential care for as long as they are in need and on a long term basis.
Address: 2339 Espiritu Street, Malate Manila, Philippines
Angel House Orphanage cares for abandoned, neglected, abused and orphaned children from birth to age ten, providing a safe and loving home, medical care and education. We prepare them for a better future and to achieve their dream of having a family that will love and care for them.
As a registered NGO, Angel House receives no funding from governments or other agencies, relying solely on the generosity of sponsors around the world.
Residential based Programs
The outreach program of Angel House supports the seven Day Care Centers in the local barangay of Bato-bato, providing resources to help the young children attending these centers.
Address: 2306 Cor Coral & a Francisco Sts San Andres, STA Ana, Manila, Philippines
King's Garden Children's Home, Inc. exists because of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. This compels a compassionate response to the spiritual, physical, emotional, social, and educational needs of the children of Region III of the Philippines, whose families are in crisis. The Home is established to provide a Christian home-life based on Biblical principles and moral values. It seeks to provide a family atmosphere that is conducive to each child's personal growth and development.
Mission: The KGCH strives to provide for the health, safety, education, personal growth and development of each child. Thus the staff endeavors to create a Christian environment through training and lifestyle so each child can learn to be content in Spirit and feel secure and loved.
Vision: KGCH was established in order to provide a Christian home life in the Philippines for the poor, orphaned, abandoned, abused and neglected children and those who have experienced a crisis situation in their family. Through Biblical principles and moral values taught from the Word of God, the home attempts to break that cycle of poverty by providing a vocational education and livelihood skills.
We provide a Christian home life in the Philippines for the poor, orphaned, abandoned, abused and neglected children and those who have experienced a crisis situation in their family.
We teach the children biblical principles and practice their personal prayer and devotion for them to grow and develop personal relationship with God.
Address: Palonatin Road, Upper Sabatan, Orion, Bataan Philippines 2102
Kaisahang Buhay Foundation Inc. is a private, non-profit, child and family welfare organization, duly licensed an accredited by the Department of Social Welfare and Development. It is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and certified as a donee institution by the Bureau of Internal Revenue and the Philippine Council for NGO Certification.
Vision: Every Child deserves a loving and permanent family.
Mission: Family Preservation, Family Reunification, Permanent Family Placement
1. Ensure that a family is given the chance to remain whole and is able to keep their children.
2. Promote the return of the child to the birth family.
3. Advocate for the nurturance and protection of children and for them to have a family of their own.
4. Provide professional social services for the development of children, women, families and community.
5. Develop dynamic and productive partnerships in the field of child, family and community welfare and development with government and non-government agencies.
Address: #56 10th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines, 1109
The Children's Joy Foundation, Inc. reaches out to the greater masses of disadvantaged, neglected and poor children around the world, particularly destitute children in the Philippines, by implementing programs and services that help them achieve their aspirations and become productive, responsible, and accountable individuals in their communities and in the nation as a whole.
The Children’s Joy Foundation, Inc. strongly advocates the protection of children not only because of existing laws but also because it is every child’s right to be protected and cared for. It is the society’s innate responsibility to give every child the opportunity to lead a good life as a responsible, accountable, and productive individual in the community.
It is in this context that the Children’s Joy Foundation Inc. dedicated its efforts to help the disadvantaged, neglected and poor children in the Philippines. Since its registration as a non-stock, nonprofit organization on June 15, 1998, CJFI has been providing care and support to children and youth needing rehabilitative and developmental services.
The vision of Children’s Joy Foundation, Inc. is to achieve excellence in its operations in greater heights empowering children and communities in God’s way to live a life of responsibility and accountability in a gender-fair caring society and to become a strong pillar in nation-building.
The mission of Children’s Joy Foundation, Inc. is to reach out to the greater masses of disadvantaged children in the country by providing them with Residential-Based Support Programs and Community-Based Support Programs to achieve their dreams, and become responsible and accountable individuals with a gender perspective in their community and in nation-building.
CJFI Davao Address: Purok 8, San Miguel, Indangan Buhangin District, Davao City, Philippines
CJFI Cebu Address: Purok 6, Brgy. Cubacub, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines
CJFI Laguna Address: No. 7 Kamantigue St., LEDC Ceris II Subd. Canlubang, Calamba City, Laguna, Philippines
CJFI Pampanga Address: Blk 24 Lot 15, Bagtikan St., Greenville Subd. San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines
CJFI Quezon City Address: No. 6 Brown Swiss Street, Project 8 Bahay Toro, Quezon City, Philippines