The Villar Foundation, ending 2010 fulfilled The Villar Foundation believes in giving back to the community, one sector at a time. The past year proved no different.
Grounded in faith, they've given over P10.5 M to religious organizations last 2010. Funding a range of projects including renovations, church and chapel construction, parish sponsorships and religious conventions, they aim to instill both spirituality and goodwill among people.
P 10.5 M Donated to religious
institutions since 1991
Dave was heartbroken since the day he was born,
but now the "hole" in the heart is filled with hope.
Medical services were also financed, with 120,366 patients helped out by the end of last year. Since 1992, the program has helped 6,687 beneficiaries per year with medical assistance.
Of course, with the youth taking over the future reigns of the community, donations were also made to help them out. With over P21.4 in material and financial assistance by the end of 2010, essential things were made within reach. School equipment and furniture, musical instruments to trophies, learning seminars to sports development programs, kids were given more opportunities than they ever thought possible.
Other socio-civic donations have also been made, amounting to P22.7 M. Not just for youth camps and development seminars, but also to drug abuse prevention talks and other NGO projects.
Making each community remains a primary goal. Ending last year on a positive note, they aim to exceed these accomplishments this 2011. To a more fruitful new year, together with every Filipino - everyone can expect more efforts from the Villar Foundation.
80 children and their companions received early
Christmas treats on Sunday (Dec. 5, 2010) from
Villar Foundation, through
its 'Lakbay Aral' program