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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: LEAD to Serve Innovation Fund

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: LEAD to Serve Innovation Fund In a world that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA), the Philippine NGO sector needs to innovate to remain relevant and responsive to the mounting development challenges with declining funding sources. The Leaders Empowered and Dedicated to Serve through the NGO Sector (LEAD to Serve)(…)

AF holds LEAD to Serve Mentors’ Workshop

The Association of Foundations (AF) has convened a group of mentors who will provide technical assistance in the implementation of the Leaders Empowered and Dedicated to Serve through the NGO Sector (LEAD to Serve) Program. The LEAD to Serve is an evidence-based program of AF in response to the increasing concern about the lack of next-generation NGO(…)

AF Batangas alliance launches literacy project in Nasugbu

The AF Batangas Alliance launched its first project for Pingkian Elementary School, Brgy. Reparo, Nasugbu, Batangas last Aug. 28, 2019. This project involved the donation of books and bookshelves to put up reading corners in every classroom. A story-telling workshop was also conducted. These would hopefully contribute to the improvement of functional literacy among the(…)

AF members in Mindanao hold communications capacity development workshop

General Santos City – Members and partners of the Association of Foundations (AF) based in Mindanao gathered together for a two-day workshop on Communications Capacity Development. The event was held on September 10-11 at the Lyra Hall of Avior Hotel, General Santos City. Evident, an integrated communications agency based in Makati City, offered the free(…)

AF wins CODE-NGO’s Most Active Network Award

The Association of Foundations (AF) participated in the 6th CODE-NGO Congress and SOCDEV2017 held on November 24-25, 2017 at the Great Eastern Hotel in Quezon City. AF’s delegation was composed of 32 representatives from 22 member organizations. During the CODE-NGO General Assembly meeting held during SOCDEV2017, AF won the Most Active Network Award (MANA) after posting(…)

United for Marawi

A summit on the private and non-government efforts for the post-disaster assistance for Marawi City was held on November 10, 2017 at the AIM Conference Center in Makati City. The activity dubbed “United for Marawi: A Consortium Initiative on Response, Recovery and Rehabilitation” was initiated by a consortium of the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF), Philippine(…)

Forum on Government and CSO Initiatives on Poverty Reduction

There have been many successful development projects implemented on the ground, but there is much more that can be done and with greater impact through collaborative work.  In this regard, the Association of Foundations (AF) and the Partnership of Philippine Support Service Agencies (PHILSSA) would like to invite you to a forum on Government and(…)

Invitation: Education Cluster Consultation – NCR, 24 October 2016

The Zero Extreme Poverty 2030 movement is a product of the Poverty Summit in 2015 with the theme “Building Pathways in Reducing Poverty and Inequality.” The Poverty Summit formulated its vision for the Philippines by 2030: “A Philippines where every Filipino enjoys the necessary goods that define and sustain human dignity, life, security, and engaged(…)

AF prepares for strategic planning session

AF’s officers Ms. Carn Abella (President), Fr. Manny Guazon (Chairperson) and Mr. Oman Jiao (Executive Director) shown in photo during a meeting held on September 30 where they discussed the program of the AF Board Strategic Planning Session scheduled on October 25-26, 2016. The Board of Trustees is expected to craft a new  plan that(…)

AF holds orientation session for new members

Photo shows (L-R) AF Executive Director Oman Jiao with representatives of new member organizations, namely, Juvy Fabro of San Beda College Alumni Foundation, Tess Robarios of Pearl S. Buck Foundation – Philippines, Beth de los Reyes of NORFIL Foundation, Yasmin Mapua-Tang of Probe Media Foundation, Ruel Villarubia of Teach for the Philippines, and Allan Victorino of(…)

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