LIST: Orphan Care Centers in Metro Manila
Here’s a list of orphan care centers, youth treatment, children’s and group homes, night shelters, charitable institutions and foundations where you can donate, volunteer, and give joy and support to the impoverished and abandoned children in the Philippines.
1. Home for the Angels Child Caring Foundation, Inc.
Home for The Angels Child Caring Foundation Inc. provides a positive home environment for caring and nurturing of abandoned, neglected, and abused children.
Address: 2306 Coral corner Augusto Francisco Streets, San Andres Bukid, Metro Manila
Phone: 02-562-8089; 2-536-3779; 02-526-8818; 02-523-7939
2. Alay Pagasa Christian Foundation
Alay Pag-asa maintains its commitment to the holistic care and development of children through a community-linked child-focused program where members and stakeholders actively participate in the program implementation.
Address: 32 Arayat Street corner Road 1, Barangay Malamig, Mandaluyong City
Phone: 02-532-6433; 02-532 -3250
Email: info.alaypagasa.com; email@example.com
3. Asilo de San Vicente de Paul
Founded on July 26, 1885, Asilo de San Vicente de Paul is a social service institution, it sees itself as responsive, committed and dedicated to the noble cause of uplifting the quality of life and well-being of poor and needy children and the youth, empowering them to become responsible and loving citizens.
Address: 1148 United Nations Avenue, Paco, Metro Manila
Phone: 02-523 3829; 02-523-1460
4. Asociacion De Damas De Filipinas
Founded in 1913, Associacion de Damas de Filipinas, Inc. is a child caring facility for abandoned, neglected, orphaned, foundling, and dependent who are categorized as Children in Need of Special Care whose ages are from six (6) months to six (6) years old, whose families and relatives, or guardian cannot provide their basic, security, and nurture needs.
Address: 1451 Pres. E. P. Quirino Avenue, City of Manila, Metro Manila
5. Bahay Aruga
Bahay Aruga is a house that provides free accommodation for Pediatric Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy at the Philippine General Hospital which is just a few minutes walk from the House.
Address: 1131 San Marcelino St, Ermita, Metro Manila
Phone: 02-498-1705; 0917-943-4111
6. Bahay Tuluyan Kibo Children’s Center
Bahay Tuluyan is a non government organization that provides a variety of programs and services aimed at preventing and responding to abuse and exploitation of children in the Philippines. They work in Manila, Laguna and Quezon, delivering social services and programs on the street and in communities.
Address: 2218 Leveriza St., Malate, Manila
7. Christian Compassion Ministries, CCM
CCM (Christian Compassion Ministries) is based in Manila, Philippines that seeks to bring the good news of the gospel to Manila’s poor, at the same time as helping them in their physical needs.
Address: 44 Notre Dame, Quezon City
8. Christian Mission Service Philippines
CMSP is a child caring institution promoting the interest and welfare of deprived and needy children through holistic development; and strengthening the children’s ministry and advocacies of partner churches.
Address: 188 Kaimito, Ugong, Valle Verde I, Pasig City
Phone: 02-631-1413; 02-635-9294
9. CRIBS Foundation Inc. (f. C.R.I.B.S Philippines Inc.)
Cribs run many programs, the two main being Receiving Homes and New Beginning. Receiving Homes provides an alternative home environment for abandoned, surrendered, neglected and dependent children aged 0-4 years old with the end goal of permanently placing them with either their birth families, relatives or adoptive families. It is staffed with compassionate, professional and committed caregivers 24 hours a day. New Beginnings Program addresses the healing and recovery of sexually abused female minors, aged 7-17 years old. Its services include home life, formal education, adjunctive therapy, individual and group counselling, basic health services, family counselling and after care services.
Address: 15 Major Dizon St., Industrial Valley Complex, Marikina City
Phone: 02-681-5921; 02-681-8078; 02-576-7693; 02-647-1329
10. Friendship Home Father Luis Amigo Inc.
Friendship Home Fr. Luis Amigó was initially established in May 1991 as a shelter for a number of homeless and battered children.
Address: 2339 Espiritu Street, Malate
11. Gentle Hands Inc.
Gentle Hands is a Christian social welfare agency meant to be on the front lines of rescue of the medical, social, and educational needs of at risk children, working towards healing and hope through the love of Jesus and family centered care.
Address: 27 F. Castillo Street, Project 4, Cubao, Quezon City
12. Grace to Be Born Maternity Home and Nursery, Light of Jesus Family
Grace to Be Born Maternity Home and Nursery, a halfway house, was established in 2009 through the generous partnership of Basti and Betty Roxas-Chua who lent their building rent-free. The place serves as a temporary shelter for unwed mothers (seeking shelter and second chance at life) and an orphanage (a haven for the children born there).
Address: 53 Dr. Sixto Antonio Ave., Bgy. Kapasigan, Pasig City
Phone: 02-501-0965; 02-635-6056
13. Home of Joy for the Sick Children, Missionaries of Charity
The “Missionaries of Charity Home of Joy for the sick Children” caters to special children, those with down syndrome, hydrocephalous, and the like. When you visit them, the nuns (Sisters of Charity) will encourage you to “really be with the sick children”.
Address: 1030 Tayuman Street, Tondo, Manila
14. House of Refuge Foundation Inc.
House of Refuge began when a group of fervent individuals encountered street children who had been abandoned, neglected or maltreated by their own families.
Address: 24 Parinas Street, Road 20, Brgy. Bahay Toro, Project 8, Quezon City
15. Kaisahang Buhay Foundation Inc.
Kaisahang Buhay Foundation Inc., is a private, non-profit child and family welfare organization, duly licensed and accredited by the Department of Social Welfare and Development. It is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and certified as a donee institution by the Bureau of Internal Revenue and the Philippine Council for NGO Certification.
Address: 56 10th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City
Phone: 02-911-4180; 02-912-1159; 02-913-1469; 02-421-4075
16. Jesus Loves the Little Children Foundation
Jesus Loves the Little Children Foundation, Inc. (JLLCFI) was established out of a deep conviction to meet the needs of the orphaned, neglected, abandoned, and/ or abused street children in Metro Manila.
Address: 19 A Esguerra St. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City
Phone: (2) 640-3405
17. Laura Vicuna Foundation Inc.
The Laura Vicuña Foundation, Inc. was organized in 1990 to build the capacities of children in need of special protection through integral education and development. It is a noble partnership between the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians and some distinguished lay professionals/ collaborates in the field of business, law, social welfare and religious community. They first addressed the street children phenomenon in Metro Manila then the sexually abused, trafficked exploited girls, the out-of-school youth, the child laborers and those at great risk.
Address: 3500 V. Mapa Extension, Sta. Mesa, Manila
18. NORFIL Foundation Inc.
Founded 1984, NORFIL Foundation Inc. is a non-profit, non-government social welfare organization for the needy children, women and families in the Philippines.
Address: No. 16 Mother Ignacia Avenue cor. Roces Avenue, Quezon City
Phone: 02-372-3577; 02-372-3578; 2-372 3579; 02-373 2169
19. Onesimo Bulilit Foundation
Onesimo Bulilit Foundation is a faith-based, non-profit, non-government organization working among street children and their families in Manila, Philippines.
Address: 390 Fraternal Street, Quiapo, Manila
20. Pangarap Foundation Inc.
Pangarap Foundation Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit social welfare institution based in Pasay City. We are working for boys who are in need of special protection and their families as well. It is licensed and accredited by the Department of Social Welfare and Development as a child caring agency. Pangarap is also a certified donee Institution by the Phil. Council for Non-Government Organization Certification.
Address: 2503 Taft Avenue corner Escobal St., Pasay City
Phone: 02-834-1061; 02-551-3733
21. Saint Rita Orphanage (f. Home of Children)
A home of children that envisions total development of less fortunate children that they become God- fearing and responsible members of the Church and the country.
Address: Dr. A. Santos Avenue, 1714 Sucat, Parañaque City
Contact Numbers: 2-826-4790; 2-826-9263 (Telephone); 0915-676-8104 (Mobile)
Email: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
22. Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children’s Home, Inc.
A Christ – centered community of orphaned, abandoned, abused children, compassionate staff and volunteers bound by love and faith, preparing the children to grow up as God-loving and civic-minded individuals.
Address: No. 45 Dr. Pilapil Street, Sagad, Pasig City
Phone: 02-631-7188; 0922-859-7034; 0922-852-8519
23. Springboard Foundation
Springboard Foundation aims to serve as a helping hand for the welfare of Filipino children. They raise funds to develop healthy, nurturing environments for children in the Philippines.
Address: 4370 Librada Avelino Street, Bayview Village, Tambo, Parañaque City, Metro Manila
Phone: (2) 853 1220
24. Tulay Ng Kabataan Foundation Inc (ANAK-TnK)
ANAK-Tnk presences in the world are branches of TNK Foundation. Their main mission is to raise funds and promote the work done in Manila.
Address: 94 Kalayaan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
25. Virlanie Foundation Philippines
The Virlanie Foundation, Inc. is child-caring institution in Metro Manila, Philippines which serves children found living in the streets as well as those referred by other institutions. Virlanie works to prevent the future physical and psychological abuse of children. It envisions empowered children see a brighter future for themselves. Each year, it cares for more three hundred children in its eight (8) homes and more than five hundred (500) children through its outreach programs.
Address: 4055 Yague St., Brgy. Singkamas, Makati City
Phone: 02-895-5260; 02-896-2289; 02-895-5232
26. White Cross Children’s Home
Opened in 1937, White Cross Children’s Home provides temporary care for indigent children, ages 0 – 6 years old, who are suffering from tuberculosis. Today, the institution is focusing on unwanted children, physically incapacitated parents and children whose parents were victims of rape, incest or in the prison.
Address: 276 Santolan Road, San Juan City