PARTNERS FOR BETTER FUTURES
Partners for Better Futures is a tax-exempt public charity in the United States that supports the education of underserved children in Asia. APC is one of its main partners. There are three programs within PBF: Build a School in Burma (BSB), Build a School in India (BSI), and APC -Philippines (APC). Prior to the PBF’s founding, these programs had each operated for several years through “fiscal sponsors.” In 2018 these operations joined together in a shared purpose, to help produce better futures for under-served people around the world.
JESUIT WORLDWIDE LEARNING: HIGHER EDUCATION AT THE MARGINS
Jesuit Worldwide Learning: Higher Education at the Margins (JWL) 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.
Work accomplished from many volunteers, local and virtual partnerships, a lean executive team and the commitment from the students over the past seven years continues to move JWL forward in achieving its mission: “Learning Together to Transform the World”.
The Jesuit Foundation worldwide is the relief organization of the Swiss Jesuits. Jesuits worldwide facilitate contacts between Switzerland and the Jesuits in Asia, Africa and South America.
Founded in 1945, the Irish Jesuit Missions (IJM), is a registered charity that supports development partners in Africa, Cambodia, China and the Near East. We work with people who are marginalised, disadvantaged and living in poverty.
As the international development organisation of the Australian Jesuit Province, Jesuit Mission works with our most vulnerable sisters and brothers, empowering them to live full and free lives.
TANGING 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.