The education committee aims to make quality education a national priority and promotes education reform, in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) as well as other public and private institutions.


  1. Aboitiz Foundation
  2. ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation
  3. AMY Foundation
  4. Ang-Hortaleza Foundation
  5. Ayala Foundation
  6. Bato-Balani Foundation
  7. BDO Foundation
  8. Bonifacio Art Foundation (The Mind Museum)
  9. BPI Foundation
  10. Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation, Inc.
  11. CEMEX Philippines Foundation
  12. Coca-Cola Foundation
  13. Conrado & Ladislawa Alcantara Foundation, Inc.
  14. Del Monte Foundation
  15. East West Seed Foundation
  16. GT Foundation
  17. Henry Sy Foundation
  18. Insular Life Foundation
  19. Jesus V. Del Rosario Foundation
  20. Jollibee Group Foundation
  21. Joy-Nostalg Foundation
  22. Knowledge Channel Foundation
  23. Landbank Countryside Development Foundation, Inc.
  24. LBC Hari ng Padala Foundation, Inc.
  25. Lopez Group Foundation
  26. Manila Water Foundation
  27. Megawide Corporate Foundation, Inc.
  28. Metrobank Foundation
  29. NYK-TDG Friendship Foundation
  30. One Meralco Foundation
  31. PASAR Foundation
  32. P&A Foundation, Inc.
  33. Petron Foundation
  34. PHILAM Foundation
  35. Philippine Daily Inquirer
  36. Philippine Geothermal Production Company
  37. PhilSeven Foundation, Inc.
  38. PHINMA Foundation
  39. Pilipinas Shell Foundation
  40. Primary Structures Educational Foundation
  41. PTC-CSJ Foundation
  42. Rebisco Foundation
  43. Ronald McDonald House Charities
  44. San Miguel Foundation
  45. San Roque Power Foundation
  46. Security Bank Foundation
  47. SGV Foundation
  48. SM Foundation
  49. SMCGP Philippines Power Corporation (Formerly AES Philippines Power Foundation)
  50. SPi Global Foundation
  51. STI Foundation, Inc.
  52. TeaM Energy Foundation
  53. TeamAsia
  54. TELUS Philippines
  55. TOSP (Formerly RFM)
  56. Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation
  57. UCPB-CIIF Foundation
  58. Unilab Foundation, Inc.
  59. Unionbank of the Philippines
  60. Uygongco Foundation
  61. Vivant Foundation, Inc.


"Towards More Strategic CSR in Education"

The Education Committee special event at the 2014 LCF CSR Expo, held July 25 at the Bulwagan ng Karunungan, Department of Education.

Private sector support has become an invaluable part of the education reform agenda over the years in Philippine education. The urgency to help address problems in various areas of the system has been met not only with prompt response, but also with a collective one.

There is no doubt that the contributions of CSR in education have been substantive, but the fact remains that much has yet to be done. While various initiatives have seen inroads in certain aspects, critical issues besetting the system, and their impact on the country's human capital competitiveness have yet to be addressed strategically.

With a substantive amount of private sector resource being made available for education year in and year out, and with the reform process zeroing in on critical issues that need attention, it would be prudent to pull resources towards specific strategies that would yield measurable positive results where it matters.

This session provided an opportunity for companies involved in education advocacy to not only showcase their initiatives and best practices, but also to, equally important, determine how best they can have their campaigns strategically address critical issues in the education agenda together.


Pilipino sa Isip, sa Salita at sa Gawa

The 5 Cs Approach: Molding Responsible and Engaged Citizens through Education Programs

As a country, we have proven time and again that positive change can take place when we Filipinos unite and put our acts. Daunting as it may seem, nation-building becomes doable if everyone will do his/her share.

It all starts with being responsible and engaged Filipino citizens.

Being a Pilipino sa isip, sa salita at sa gawa calls on us to embrace and integrate the core values that define our identity as a people in everything that we do. Some of these values as enshrined in our Constitution are as follows: Faith in the Almighty, Patriotism, Respect for Life, Respect for Law and Government, Justice, Freedom, Love, Equality, Peace, Promotion of the Common Good and Concern for the Environment together.

While our Education Programs have the power to improve knowledge and skills, they ca also empower the youth to become agents of change for a better society.

Aboitiz Foundation
ABSCBN Foundation
AES Philippines Power Foundation
AMY Foundation
Ang-Hortaleza  Foundation
The Andres Soriano Foundation
Ayala Foundation
Bato-Balani Foundation
BPI Foundation
CEMEX Philippines Foundation
CocaCola Foundation
Insular Life Foundation
Jollibee Foundation
JVR Foundation
Knowledge Channel Foundation
Lopez Group Foundation
Manila Water Foundation
Metrobank Foundation
MFI Foundation

NYK-TDG Foundation
One Meralco Foundation
PASAR Foundation
Petron Foundation
Philamlife Foundation
PTC-CSJ Foundation
RFM Foundation
San Miguel Foundation
San Roque Power Foundation
Security Bank Foundation
SGV Foundation
SM Foundation
SPI Global Foundation
TeaM Energy Foundation
TELUS International Philippines
Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation
UCPB-CIIF Foundation