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As one of the leading private museums in the country, the Ayala Museum makes Philippine history, art, and culture accessible to the public through engaging exhibitions and exciting cultural programs. It is home to the country’s first Digital Gallery, allowing guests to digitally explore objects from the museum and library collections. Ayala Museum takes an […]
Ayala Young Leaders Congress (AYLC) is a student leadership summit designed to build confidence, hone leadership skills, nurture commitment, foster nationalism and idealism, and encourage faithful stewardship. As Ayala’s flagship youth program, it partners with companies across the Ayala group and reaches young leaders nationwide.
Southville 7 in Calauan, Laguna, is a 107 hectare relocation site for families displaced by Typhoon Ondoy and the Pasig River rehabilitation. Owned by the National Housing Authority, the property is home to roughly 4,500 families. Together with our partners, we are implementing sustainable livelihood projects (through employment or enterprise) for families in the area. […]
The Center of Excellence in Public Elementary Education (CENTEX) provides holistic, quality education for bright children from economically disadvantaged families, honing their confidence and competencies not just inside the classroom but also through after-hours learning in the performing arts and other skill-building activities. CENTEX considers child development to be the collaborative work of teachers, parents, […]
We provide support for communities that experience natural calamities, sometimes covering all phases from relief to rehabilitation. The locations we support and types of support we provide are guided by a disaster response framework, and are implemented with various donors and partners across sectors. In 2020, we actively supported communities affected by the Taal eruption […]
We work with the women weavers of barangay Sibaltan, El Nido, Palawan, and leverage their weaving talents in producing beautiful buri bags and other buri products. Our goal is scaling their production of buri products, improving production processes, and connecting weavers to the market. Aside from working with women weavers, we also help the Sibaltan […]
As a one-stop digital research center on the Philippines, the mission of the Filipinas Heritage Library (FHL) is to spark and stoke interest in the story of the Filipino. FHL houses contemporary and rare volumes on Philippine art, history, and culture; vintage recordings of Philippine music; vintage photographs; and maps, periodicals, and multimedia materials. The […]
The Filipino Young Leaders Program (FYLPro) taps outstanding young Filipino Americans who want to connect with their Filipino roots. The immersion gives them the opportunity to engage in dialogue with distinguished Filipino leaders from government, the nonprofit sector, and the business community. They serve as partners in advancing interests of Filipino Americans, and forging closer […]
Our Iraya-Mangyan Project is committed to the education and skills training of the indigenous Iraya-Mangyan community of Puerto Galera, Talipanan, Oriental Mindoro. We help the Iraya-Mangyan community in Talipanan in reviving their tradition of weaving, particularly in the creation of beautiful but functional nito baskets. With the help of our donors and partners, we also […]
Leadership Communities (LeadCom) harnesses the youth’s potential for leadership and community service by helping them ideate and implement projects that address community issues.
Maging Magiting promotes love of country by highlighting the importance of our national symbols and honoring the virtues that are uniquely Filipino. It started as a project seeking to distribute Philippine flags to all geographic regions of the country.
Planting for Productivity (P4P) aims to build a more food-secure future for households and communities through organic farming. In addition to providing healthy food for their families, many of the program participants supplement their incomes by selling their excess harvest. After skills training and capacity-building, beneficiaries learn financial literacy and entrepreneurship to ensure they can […]
ProFuturo uses digital technology to provide access to quality, transformational, and universal education, and through it, access to equal opportunities for boys and girls, in a more inclusive and global society.
The Lio engagement is a community development program for communities in El Nido, Palawan.
It is guided by a five-year community development plan, which aims to help the communities surrounding the Lio Tourism Estate grow and develop as economic activity in the area grows.
Sari-Saring Aralan is a 12-month community project that encourages the youth to pursue one of three pathways: education, employment, or entrepreneurship. It uses the corner store as the hub of learning activities. Unlike the usual image of the sari-sari store as the place where aimless youth or “tambays” hang out, Sari- Saring Aralan transforms the […]
The U-Go Scholar Grant aims to help young women from economically-disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue higher education. A partnership between education start-up U-Go and Ayala Foundation, the program provided grants to 120 women in its initial batch. It hopes to expand to at least 1,000 recipients in the medium term. The Philippines is the seventh country […]