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Corporate Social Responsibility

AMY Foundation, Inc

AMY Foundation, Inc. ("AMY Foundation") is a non-stock, non-profit organization incorporated in the Philippines on October 15, 2003. Its main aim is to implement and maintain socio-economic programs for the betterment, development and advancement of the less-privileged members of the community particularly in the area of EDUCATION. Since the start of its operations, AMY Foundation has been consistently sharing the gift of learning by providing scholarships to indigent but academically gifted students. As of December 31, 2017, the total number of graduates was 200 while the number of currently-enrolled scholars are almost 100. 

AMY Foundation also holds the "Annual Balik Eskuwela Project" which targets Kinder, Grades 1 & 2 students in need; and the "Annual Christmas Party for the Kids" which is held in pre-identified depressed areas. The said activities were held in-partnership with local government units.

AMY Foundation is also registered as "Auxillary Social Welfare and Development Agency" with a category of "Resource Agency" by the Department of Social Welfare and Development. It is also an active member of the League of Corporate Foundations and ABSNET-CAMANAVA (North Cluster).

PNU Annual Recognition &
Thanksgiving Program for Scholarship Donors

Once again, AMY Foundation was recognized by the Philippine Normal University (PNU) as one of their partners in providing scholarships to the academically gifted but financially deprived students of PNU. 

The annual gathering to recognize all scholarship donors and student benefactors of PNU took place on March 22, 2017 at the Geronimo Pecson Auditorium of the said university.

The foundation's coordinator for the volunteers, Ms. Luningning T. Ramos, received the Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of the foundation.

AMY Foundation scholars were also present during the said program and AMY Foundation representatives, Ms. Luningning T. Ramos and CSR Officer Ruth Tamayo were able to interact with them. All scholars have expressed their gratitude since they are now a few weeks away from their much anticipated graduation. 

Balik Eskuwela 2017

Another successful Balik Eskuwela Project was done on May 31, 2017 at CFC North A Mission Center Amparo Subdivision, Caloocan City. This year AMY Foundation partnered with Couples for Christ (CFC) North A Sector in giving away basic school supplies to the Kinder and Grade 1 students of CFC's covered community.

Indigent students numbering 200 received their school bags containing notebooks, pad papers, pencils, crayons and other school supplies. Children were very thankful and happy to be chosen as the recipients of this year's Balik Eskuwela Project. 

Thank you to the regular donors, volunteers, officers, and staff of AMY Foundation for their untiring support. 

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