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What they do: Provide micro lending, training, support and infrastructure to sari-sari store owners.
Coverage: National - Philippines
Notable people behind it: Bam Aquino
- TEN Moves - Bayanihang Pampaaralan
What they do: They raise funds to build Ten Thousand (10,000) classrooms through Ten (10) Peso donations for Ten (10) Months. They have identified areas around the Philippines that need the most urgent and greatest needs to build new classrooms for. They work with institutions as well as individuals based in the Philippines and abroad.
Coverage: National - Philippines
Notable people/team behind it: Ayala Foundation, Philippine Business for Social Progress
- Mithing Pangarap Education Foundation Inc.
What they do: For almost 30 years now, this small yet faithful group has been educating preschool children in Smokey Mountain. They also provide livelihood activities for the residents there. The school is well known for creating students that are proficient in math, bagging competition medals hosted by Philippine Kumon Center.
Coverage: Local - Manila
Notable people behind it: Mrs. Iluminada Gomez-Woelhaff
Bridges Foundation, Inc.
What they do: This NGO offers world-class education to special children. Recently, they have built the first-ever web-based IEP Generation and Monitoring software in the Philippines. IEP or Individualized Education Program/ Plan (IEP) is a basic requirement for schools catering to children with special needs. The IEP is a written plan that specifies the students’ academic goals and the method to obtain these goals.
Coverage: Local - Metro Manila
Notable people behind it: Cecil Sicam, the school directress of Bridges Foundation, Inc. She went to Santa Clara County Office of Education, California, USA to teach SpEd for three years and then came back to serve Filipino children with special needs. Teacher Cecil is a co-founder and was national president of Autism Society Philippines.
Kalipay Negrense Foundation
What they do: Based in Bacolod City in Negros, this not-for-profit foundation works for the causes of disadvantaged children - homeless, physically and sexually abused, malnourished, out of school and special children.
Coverage: Local - Bacolod
Notable people behind it: She was born and raised in Negros Occidental but spent some 20 years working in Spain.
What they do: Fighting poverty through education, Kris has opened public libraries in Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Sibugay, Metro Manila, Davao City, and Rizal equipped with computers too. They also give out education scholarships to students in Zamboanga City.
Coverage: Local - QC and Zamboanga
Notable people behind it: Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist Armand Dean N. Nocum and UP Oblation scholar daughter Arizza Ann S. Nocum