Charity Campaign nominees

Mabuwaya Foundation

The Mabuwaya Foundation Inc. is established in 2003 by Dutch and Philippine conservationists. Mabuwaya is a contraction of two words: Mabuhay (Long Live) and Buwaya (the crocodile). Originally, the Mabuwaya foundation implemented research and

conservation programs with the aim to save the critically endangered Philippine crocodile from extinction but has grown into the largest local environmental conservation organization in northern Luzon and now conducts research and implements programs on a wide range of environmental issues.

CARA Welfare Philippines

CARA was formed in the year 2000 by a dedicated group of animal lovers determined to help the plight of animals in the Philippines. Our mission is to provide affordable sterilization and veterinary care, as well as rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming cats and dogs in need. We are a non-profit, non-government organization and we rely solely on private donations.

Katala Foundation Inc

Katala Foundation Inc. is a non-profit, non-stock, non-governmental organization active in protecting and conserving wildlife, particularly the critically endangered Philippine cockatoo and other threatened endemic wildlife in Palawan. Our niche developed over the years of researches, advocacy and development works in order to protect and conserve the biological diversity along with people. Its vision is to effect conservation of biological resources through active community involvement - conserving with people.

Negrense Volunteers for Change

NVC was established in August 2010 in Bacolod City, Philippines to harness the power of the private citizens to create positive and lasting change in their communities. We envision a nation free from hunger and poverty, built through personal and social responsibility and collaborative partnerships.

Caritas Manila Inc

CARITAS MANILA is one of the Philippines’ largest church-based non-profit organizations. We believe that EDUCATION IS THE BEST ANTIDOTE TO POVERTY. Through a holistic educational assistance and leadership formation program, every year Caritas Manila helps 5,000 underprivileged youth from the poorest provinces in the country and the areas affected by Typhoon Haiyan in Visayas, and the ongoing conflict in Mindanao. We call our program the Youth Servant Leadership and Education Program or YSLEP.

Children Rehabilitation Center

CRC was established in June 1985 with the aim of helping children and their families who are victims of human rights violations, especially the children in situation of armed conflict. CRC also provides immediate psychosocial aid to children-survivors of natural disasters and children victims of sexual abuse.

CRC’s therapy program is quite unique and effective. It uses creative arts for healing traumatised children and helping them express their ideas and aspirations.