The Missions and Benevolence Committee partners with various Christian Development Organizations (CDOs) and gives our church community an opportunity to put faith into practice and share Christ’s love and compassion.
There are several ways you can get involved. All it takes is a willing heart, time, and a commitment to serve. Please find below a list of our partner organizations for volunteer opportunities:
Action International exists to meet the spiritual and physical needs of the urban poor. Specifically, “Working Hands” is a 10-month intense discipleship coupled with vocational training for young Christian men, 18-25 years old, coming from poor backgrounds.
Mr. Gary Root, Ministry Coordinator
Second Mile Campus, Balubad II, Silang, Cavite
(046)865 1040 +63 916 790 5332
Bright Lights is a school for the out-of-school children and youth in the communities of Cainta, Antipolo, and Taytay. It endeavors to share and demonstrate God’s love through these practical means: free education (including books and uniforms), one healthy meal 3 days a week, yearly dental check-up and treatment, medical care as needed, and job/skill training through the after-school work experience program.
Ptr. Noel Erese, Administrator
2/F La Veronica Arellano Bldg. cor. Village East Executive Homes, Felix Ave. Cainta, Rizal
CEF is a Bible-centered non government faith mission organization of born again believers that evangelizes and disciples children from four to fifteen years old, and channels them to local Bible-believing churches.
Mr. Norman Zara, National Director
CEF Center, L-26 Don Celso Tuason Ave. Valley Golf Subd. Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City
Children’s Garden exists to enhance the quality of life of street children through physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional empowerment. Its services include a 10-month In-House program that caters to street children ages fifteen to eighteen.
Mrs. Sharon Gersava-Wark, Executive Director
Zone 3, Block 2, Sitio Parugan, San Jose, Antipolo City
(632)213 2874 +63 919 573 3181
Through Biblically holistic ministries, C.A.R.E. has set as its mission the establishment and development of Christian communities among the poor, which would model Christ-likeness in the wider society. This is done through different programs in evangelism and discipleship, education, and social action.
Dr. Rose A. Biron, Ed.D., Executive Director
C.A.R.E. Philippines Education Center, Sitio Tanza II, San Jose, Antipolo City
(632)330 8770 +63 949 821 8346
Concordia is a Christian Child Welfare Organization that serves young children zero to two years who have been abandoned, neglected, orphaned, or surrendered by parents or relatives. They also serve street/urban poor children ages seven to sixteen years.
Mr. Chrisler Go, Executive Director
4443 Old Sta. Mesa St. Sta. Mesa, Manila
CCMI trains and equips equips believers to bring the Good News among the people groups of the Benguet mountains through church planting, discipleship, livelihood, campus ministry, among others.
Mrs. Rosalinda H. Bernabe, Administrator
1158 Virac, Itogon, Benguet. Cornerstone Church, Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya
+63 915 119 5404
CPMTI mobilizes and establishes dynamic partnerships with individuals, churches, and organizations to facilitate transformational development among unreached peoples.
Ms. Marissa P. Eugenio, Executive Director
P.O. Box 10253-S Broadway Centrum, New Manila, 1141 Quezon City
DEAF provides spiritual nurture, quality education and livelihood skills training to hearing impaired individuals who are willing to become teachers, missionaries and productive members of the communities they are in.
Dr. Cecilio K. Pedro, President
DEAF School, Paowin, Cavinti, Laguna
The ECM has a vibrant outreach ministry to the children living in certain marginalized sectors of Muntinlupa. Their Bukang Liwayway Outreach ministers to the families living within the community living inside the prison compound, providing spiritual nurture and assistance, and specially reaching out to the youth.
Ms. Gladys Mercado, Church Secretary
89 J.P. Rizal St. Poblacion, Muntinlupa City
FEBC is part of an international network of radio stations that broadcast the Good News of Salvation found only in Jesus Christ. They serve listeners in the Philippines, the rest of Southeast Asia, and China.
Bro. Dan Andrew Cura, President
46/F One Corporate Center, Julia Vargas Ave. cor. Meralco Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Food for the Hungry walks with churches, leaders, and families in overcoming all forms of human poverty by living in healthy relationships with God and His creation. It envisions all relationships reconciled, child nurtured, communities transformed.
Ms. Deborah Toribio, Executive Director
Unit 906 Dasma Corporate Center Bldg. 321 Dasmariñas St. Binondo, Manila
(632)244 8267 (632)247 6003
GreenEarth Heritage is a wholistic Christian organization wose mission is to preserve the environment, adhere to sound and sustainable agricultural practices and assist in the alleviation of poverty through livelihood and community development.
Dr. Mylene V. Matti, Executive Director
1723 Din St. Makati City
(632)775 8836 +63 917 852 6464
Habitat serves Filipino families in need of decent homes through partnerships with individuals and organizations who share the same vision of transforming lives through building responsible and sustainable communities.
Mr. Charlie Ayco, Managing Director and CEO
3/F 111 Paseo de Roxas Bldg. Tower 1, Paseo de Roxas cor. Legazpi St. Legaspi Village, Makati
H.E.L.P.E.R.S. seeks to support the evangelical community of a given church through its wholistic ministries, namely: education for all, resource enhancement for ministry advancement, livelihood skills training and service to God’s people in need. These ministries aim to empower each targeted community to share with others salvation in Jesus, good manners, right conduct and patriotism as defined in the God’s Word, the Bible.
Mrs. Gloria V. Ison, President
47 N.S. Soledad St. San Antonio Valley 9, Parañaque City
(632)826 2598 +63 919 803 6462
iHome GMM envisions God-centered poverty-free homes in sustainable communities and provides decent and simple dwelling for families coming from slum communities.
Mr. Benjamin Aromin, President
2/F PET Plans Tower, 444 EDSA, Guadalupe Viejo, Makati City
(632)659 4099 (632)856 4934
IBS prepares young Aetas for ministry, developing future leaders and missionaries in their community, through education, spiritual and physical nurture.
Ptr. Angel Ponio, Director
Sta. Juliana, Capas, Tarlac
+63 942 038 9954
ICM provides help, inspires hope, and creates change as they serve people who live in unspeakable poverty through their curriculum that centers on Values, Health, and Livelihood.
Mr. Ishmael Ordoñez, CAO/CEO
Unit 3203 Antel Global Corporate Center, Julia Vargas Ave. Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Kanlungan’s mission is to serve, protect, and develop children in need of special protection and their families. They serve street children – orphaned victims of child abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Ms. Sol Balbero, Executive Administrator
2029 Benitez St. Malate, Manila
(632)526 1733 (632)523 0825
PJM provides care and support to vulnerable children living with HIV, AIDS, TB and other illnesses. It also works closely with families to strengthen their role in the healing and restoration of the children.
Ms. Lorrie Anderson/Ms. Johanna Bergink
P.O. Box 3356 Metro Manila 1099
RBI desires to see all visually-impaired Filipinos reaching their full potential in life and the service that God has for them. For this purpose, RBI designs and implements programs on blindness prevention, education, counseling and rehabilitation, Braille production, Christian growth ministries, and others.
Ms. Amy Mojica, Officer in Charge
4/F Coti Bldg. 623 EDSA Cubao, Quezon City
Samaritana desires to see women in transformed communities becoming whole and free in Christ. This is done through building, modeling, and empowering communities that embrace vulnerable women and survivors of prostitution.
Mr. Jonathan Nambu, Executive Director
9 Kent St. East Fairview, Quezon City
(632)431 5771 (632)938 1617
The ministry of SIL is directed towards completing and revising the whole Bible translation in the local dialects. They educate, evangelize and disciple the local peoples living in the various remote areas of the country.
Ms. Karen Griffiths, Language Programme Coordinator
P.O. Box 2270, Central Post Office, 1099 Manila
SBCE is located in one of the mountainous area of Antipolo City and is committed to help physically and spiritually those who are in need. The focus is on teaching the Word of God to new believers and feeding nutritious food to less fortunate children in the vicinity.
Ptr. Enrico B. Dicimulacion, Senior Pastor
Sitio El Dorado, San Jose, Antipolo City
+63 939 500 5751
TAP believes that church planting, evangelism, and discipleship have more impact if the Bible is translated into the language closest to the heart of the people. It serves indigenous peoples of the Philippines and beyond through Bible Translation, Linguistic and Cultural Research, Mother Tongue-based Multilingual Education, Health Education, and Small Scale Community Development Projects.
Mr. James Daguman, Executive Director
3 Don Diosdado St. Don Enrique Heights, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City
VOICE desires to see students rooted in Biblical values for personal and national transformation. It equips the churches with Bible-based curriculum for use of the church volunteers in teaching Values Education classes in the public school system after the training which VOICE also provides.
Mr Jesus S. Espina Jr., National Director
140 Matahimik St. UP Village, 1101 Quezon City
YWAM – Balut Ministry serves the poor and needy in the former Smokey Mountain Dumpsite in Manila. Their program includes student sponsorships, nutritional daycare, a tuberculosis and family ministry, and training through their Discipleship Training School (DTS) and Introduction to Primary Health Care (IPHC).
Mr. Richard Pavlat, Director
2439 Yangco St. Gagalangin, Tondo, Manila