Partners

                               FREEDOM TO BUILD, INC.

Freedom to Build, Inc. is a non-stock and non-profit corporation existing under Philippine Law. Our primary corporate aim is to relate to the housing needs of the low income Filipino workforce.

 

black_nazareneLORD OF THE BLACK NAZARENE FOUNDATION

The Lord of the Black Nazarene Foundation, Inc., is a non-stock, non-profit foundation based in Quiapo, Manila established in 2009. It aims to support religious and non-government institutions, building the local, spiritual, financial and social capital necessary to provide sustainable development to various problems that beset the Filipino Catholic.

 

one-worldONE WORLD CHILDREN’S FUND

One World Children’s Fund is a non profit organization that provides fiscal sponsorship, and raises funds and awareness for effective grassroots organizations serving children with education, healthcare, and shelter.

 

jesuits_beLES JESUITES DE LA PROVINCE DE BELGIQUE MERIDIONALE ET DU LUXEMBOURG (BML)

 

 

jchem_Logo_03-07_smJESUIT COMMONS: HIGHER EDUCATION AT THE MARGINS

JC:HEM is a collaborative global partnership comprised of organizations, institutions, companies and, above all, people, to provide tertiary education to those who would otherwise not have access to higher learning opportunities. It draws on the rich and centuries long Jesuit tradition of higher education and through a blended on-site and on-line approach mobilizes the resources of Jesuit and other worldwide networks of educational institutions.

 

Je840f3fd4bESUITENMISSION

Jesuitenmission in Nuremberg is the international development and mission support organization of the German Jesuits. With nearly 18,000 members, the Society of Jesus, founded in 1540 is the largest Catholic religious order. We support around 600 service projects across the global network of the Society of Jesus.

 

tanging_yaman_fdnTANGING YAMAN FOUNDATION, INC.

Tanging Yaman Foundation, Inc. (Tanging Yaman), a non-profit Philippine organization, was established in 1992 when Fr. Manuel “Manoling” Francisco, SJ first performed his original liturgical music with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO). Since then, Fr. Mano would stage similar yearly concerts and donate the proceeds to a selected beneficiary. To facilitate the work of raising funds through such concerts.

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