If you see street kids in the Philippines, you may choose to ignore, or give alms, foods, or bring them to a center.
If you have the capacity to do so, please make sure they are taken cared of in a facility that will not let them go back to the streets.
Here’s a link to orphan cares, rehabilitation and youth treatment, adoption centers, children’s and group homes, night shelters, charitable institutions and foundations that feed orphans and hungry children in the Philippines.
A Home for the Angels Child Caring Foundation, Inc.
Address: 2306 Coral corner Augusto Francisco Streets, San Andres Bukid, Metro Manila
Phone: (2) 562 8089 | (2) 536 3779 | (2) 526 8818 | (2) 523 7939
Email address: email@example.com
Alay Pagasa Christian Foundation
Address: 32 Arayat Street corner Road 1, Barangay Malamig, Mandaluyong City
Phone: (2) 532 6433 | (2) 532 3250
Asilo de San Vicente de Paul
Address: 1148 United Nations Avenue, Paco, Metro Manila
Phone: (2) 523 3829 | (2) 523 1460
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Asociacion De Damas De Filipinas (f. Fundacion de Damas Filipinas)
Address: 1451 Pres. E. P. Quirino Avenue, City of Manila, Metro Manila
Phone: (2) 561 6211
Address: 1131 San Marcelino St, Ermita, Metro Manila (back of Medical Center Manila UN Avenue – fronting the PPL Bldg & Philtrust Head Office)
Phone: (2) 498 1705 | +63917 943 4111 (Mayette, In-charge)
Bahay Tuluyan Kibo Children’s Center
Address: 2218 Leveriza St., Malate, Manila
Phone: (2) 254 0213
Email address: email@example.com
Christian Compassion Ministries, CCM
Address: 44 Notre Dame, Quezon City
Phone: +63908 793 8377
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian Mission Service Philippines
Address: 188 Kaimito, Ugong, Valle Verde I, Pasig City
Phone: (2) 631 1413 | (2) 635 9294
Email address: email@example.com
Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children’s Home, Inc.
Address: No. 45 Dr. Pilapil Street, Sagad, Pasig City
Phone: (2) 631 7188 | +63922 859 7034 | +63922 852 8519
Concordia Children’s Services
Address: 4443 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sta. Mesa Manila (in front of Teresa covered court)
Phone: (2) 713 3462 (reception area) | (2) 713 3461 (Programs Office) | (2) 354 6049 (Executive Director’s Office)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
CRIBS Foundation Inc. (f. C.R.I.B.S Philippines Inc.)
Address: 15 Major Dizon St., Industrial Valley Complex, Marikina City
Phone: (2) 681 5921 | (2) 681 8078 | (2) 576 7693 | (2) 647 1329
Email address: email@example.com
Friendship Home Father Luis Amigo Inc.
Address: 2339 Espiritu Street, Malate
Phone: (2) 522 1319
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gentle Hands Inc.
Address: 27 F. Castillo Street, Project 4, Cubao, Quezon City
Phone: (2) 913 5540
Email address: email@example.com
Grace to Be Born Maternity Home and Nursery, Light of Jesus Family
Address: 53 Dr. Sixto Antonio Ave., Bgy. Kapasigan, Pasig City
Phone: (2) 501 0965 | (2) 635 6056
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home of Joy for the Sick Children, Missionaries of Charity
Address: 1030 Tayuman Street, Tondo, Manila
Phone: (2) 255 0832
MERITXELL Children’s World Foundation
Address: 31 Bronze Street, Barangay Conception Dos, Marikina City
Phone: (2) 475 0412
Email address: email@example.com
House of Refuge Foundation Inc.
Address: 24 Parinas Street, Road 20, Brgy. Bahay Toro, Project 8, Quezon City
Phone: (2) 351 8628
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Vicuna Foundation Inc., Daughters of Mary Help of Christians
Address: 3500 V. Mapa Extension, Sta. Mesa, Manila
Phone: (2) 654 4204
Email address: email@example.com
Kaisahang Buhay Foundation Inc.
Address: 56 10th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City
Phone: (2) 911 4180 | (2) 912 1159 | (2) 913 1469 | (2) 421 4075
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manila Boy’s Town Complex
Address: Parang, Marikina City
Phone: (2) 697 7701 | (2) 948 3729 | +63918 945 6031
Email address: email@example.com
My Father’s House
Address: 135 Ramona Tirona Corner Teofilo Sison St., Las Pinas City
Phone: (2) 772 4844
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
NORFIL Foundation Inc.
Address: No. 16 Mother Ignacia Avenue cor. Roces Avenue, Quezon City
Phone: (2) 372 3577 | (2) 372 3578 | (2) 372 3579 | (2) 373 2169 | (32) 341 5865 (NORFIL Cebu) | (32) 340 1170 (NORFIL Cebu) | (43) 441 0738 (NORFIL Oriental Mindoro)
Email address: email@example.com
Onesimo Bulilit Foundation
Address: 390 Fraternal Street, Quiapo, Manila
Phone: (2) 735 1161
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pangarap Foundation Inc.
Address: 2503 Taft Avenue corner Escobal St., Pasay City
Phone: (2) 834 1061 | (2) 551 3733
Email address: email@example.com
Parenting Foundation of the Philippines Inc.
Address: Mintcor Subdivision, West Service Road, Muntinlupa
Phone: (2) 659 0340
Pearl S. Buck Foundation Inc.
Address: 32 A. Scout Borromeo Street, Quezon City
Phone: (2) 372 4613
Saint Rita Orphanage (f. Home of Children)
Address: Dr. A. Santos Avenue, 1714 Sucat, Parañaque City
Phone: (2) 826 4790 | (2) 826 9263 | +63915 676 8104
The Sun and Moon Foundation, Inc.
Address: 4370 Librada Avelino Street, Bayview Village, Tambo, Parañaque City, Metro Manila
Phone: (2) 853 1220
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tulay Ng Kabataan Foundation Inc (ANAK-TnK)
Address: 94 Kalayaan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
Phone: (02) 435 5912
Virlanie Foundation Philippines
Address: 4055 Yague St., Brgy. Singkamas, Makati City
Phone: (2) 895 5260 | (2) 896 2289 | (2) 895 5232
Email address: email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
White Cross Children’s Home
Address: 276 Santolan Road, San Juan City
Phone: (2) 724 2145
Email address: email@example.com
Lingap-Pangarap ng mga Paslit Center
Address: P Burgos Street, Cuta Journal, Batangas
Phone: (43) 723 6230
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Children’s Home Sisters Oblates of the Holy Spirit
Address: Diversion Road, Labac, Taal, Batangas
Phone: (43) 421 1114
Sta Ana San Joaquin Bahay Ampunan Foundation Inc.
Address: Brgy. Altura Bata, Tanauan City, Batangas
Phone: (43) 778 7236
King’s Garden Children’s Home
Address: Palonatin Road, Upper Sabatan, Orion, Bataan
Phone: (47) 244 6025
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
Bantay Bata Children’s Village, ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.
Address: Norzagaray, Bulacan
Phone: (2) 411 0856 (Bantay Bata 163)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bethany House Sto. Nino Orphanage
Address: Tabe, Guiguinto, Bulacan
Phone: (44) 794 0050
Mary Immaculate Children’s Center
Address: Lourdes Grotto, San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan
Phone: (44) 691 0759 | (44) 691 2301 | (44) 691 4326
Email address: email@example.com
Nazareth Home for Street Children Foundation, Inc.
Address: 9012 Claro Santos Street, Bonga Menor, Bustos, Bulacan
Phone: (44) 662 1460
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Willing Hearts Orphanage Inc.
Address: Brgy. Lalakhan, Santa Maria, Bulacan
Phone: (44) 815 0285 | +63921 594 2075 | +63922 933 6043
Email address: email@example.com
Augustinian Sisters Servants of Jesus and Mary, Mother Teresa Spinelli’s Treasures
Address: Kabangaan Road, Iruhin West, Tagaytay City, Cavite
Phone: (46) 413 3945
Beacon of Hope Orphanage Inc.
Address: 049 NIA Road, Barangay Sapa, Naic, Cavite
Phone: (4) 686 3710 | +63918 541 9989 | +63939 936 7572 | +63949 734 3254
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chosen Children Village Foundation
Address: Km. 49 Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Lalaan 2, Silang, Cavite
Phone: (46) 414 2667 | (2) 401 1189 | +63919 999 8915
Email address: email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
Granada Educational Foundation Incorporated Bahay San Rafael Home for Special Children
Address: 026 Brgy. Salaban, Amadeo, Cavite
Phone: (46) 413 1737 | (46) 483 5191 | +63915 997 0650 | +63926 954 0953
Email address: email@example.com
Home of Joy Orphanage, Christian Growth Ministries
Address: Jabez Christian Center, Governor’s Drive, Barangay Sampaloc IV, Dasmariñas
Phone: (46) 852 1766
Mango House Children’s Home Inc.
Address: 530 Mepripol Street, General Aguinaldo Highway, Biga 2, Silang, Cavite
Phone: +63906 221 0389
Mother Caterina Ronacalli Shelter Home Incorporated
Address: 214 C. Bayani Street, Banay-banay, Amadeo, Cavite
Phone: +63917 506 3422
Address: Lot 19 Block 224, Valley Side, Metrogate Silang Estate, Silang, Cavite
Phone: +63917 842 0626 | (2) 806 8716 | 1 408 345 6788 (USA)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
St Mary Euphrasia Integrated Development Foundation Incorporated Bukid Kabataan Center
Address: San Francisco, Barrio del Fuego, General Trias, Cavite
Phone: (46) 509 3009
The Valley Cathedral Children’s Home
Address: Naic Ternate Road, Labac, Hulog Langit, Naic, Cavite
Phone: (46) 412 2239
Tita de Guzman Angels of Hope Foundation, Inc.
Address: Purok 5, Pulong Bunga, Silang, Cavite
Phone: (46) 637 5939 | +63918 507 4440 | +63917 515 3303 | +63930 955 8641
Email address: email@example.com
The Little Angels Home Inc.
Address: Bonifacio Drive, Silang Junction, Tagaytay City
Phone: (46) 413 8058 | +63916 477 7649 | +63920 863 6028
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accelerating Minors Opportunity for Recovery (AMOR) Village
Address: Moncada-Anao Road, Anao, Tarlac
Duyan ni Maria Children’s Home
Address: 359 Leticia Street, Josefa Subdivision, Malabanias, Angeles City
Phone: +63919 476 9625
Helping Hands Healing Hearts Ministries Philippines Inc
Address: 6 Harris St., Olongapo City
Phone: +63917 509 9400
JIREH Children’s Home
Address: Barangay Magsaysay Castillejos, Zambales
Phone: (47) 623 2410
Email address: email@example.com
Munting Tahanan ng Nazareth (The Little House of Nazareth)
Address: Mabiga, Mabalacat City, Pampanga
Phone: (45) 332 2580
Cottolengo Filipino Inc., St. Luigi Orione
Address: Gloria vista subdivision, Brgy San Rafael, Montalban, Rizal
Phone: (2) 942 3013
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace Christian Mission Inc.
Address: Sitio Old Boso-Boso, Barangay San Jose, Antipolo, Rizal
Phone: (2) 367 3076
Email address: email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
New Faith Family Children’s Home Foundation Inc., Kids International Ministries
Address: #3 Birds of Paradise Street, Valley Golf Road, Cainta, Rizal
Phone: (2) 658 4820
Precious Heritage Children’s Home
Address: Road 11, Sta. Rosa St., Purok 2, Mayamot corner Cupang, Lower Antipolo City
Phone: (2) 782 1642 | +63919 377 8280
Email address: email@example.com
Rehoboth Sampaloc Ministries, Asian Hope Missionary Outreach Of Australia Inc.
Address: Masalat Rd., Sampaloc, Tanay, Rizal
Phone: (2) 401 4493
The Little Children’s Home
Address: Number 06, Liwayway St., Kaytikling, Blooming Hills Subd., Taytay, Rizal
Phone: (2) 413 8053
The Redeemers Home Foundation Incorporated
Address: Number 441, Emerald Lane Street, Cristimar Village, Antipolo, Rizal
Phone: (2) 697 0960
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alay Pagasa Christian Foundation
Address: Sitio Marilag, Brgy Montecillo, Sariaya, Quezon City
Phone: +63920 244 9832 | +63919 805 8793
Email address: email@example.com
Taw-Kabui For a Child Inc.
Address: LT. Tumbaga Road, Barangay San Jose, Puerto Princesa City
Sefton Village Children’s Home Inc. (f. Helga Mosey Children’s Home)
Address: National Highway, Sefton Village, Divisoria, Santiago City, Isabela
Phone: (78) 682 3785
Reception and Study Center for the Children (La Trinidad), Department of Social Welfare and Development
Address: Wangal-Motorpool Rd., La Trinidad, Benguet
Phone: (74) 422 0946
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reception and Study Center for the Children (Cebu City), Department of Social Welfare and Development
Address: Katipunan St., Barangay Labangon, Cebu City
Phone: (32) 414 0243 (social worker)
Naga City Children’s Home
Address: Barangay Pacol, Naga City
Foundation for the Orphanage of the Virgin of Guadalupe, Sons and Sisters of Mary and Adorers of the Holy Eucharist
Address: Juban, Sorsogon
Angel House Orphanage Philippines
Address: San Isidro, Davao Oriental
Phone: +63919 819 4142
Email address: email@example.com
List of orphan centers around the Philippines
What organization helps orphans? ›
The best charities for helping orphans include global organizations such as World Orphans, Worldwide Orphans, and Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW). Others, like Lumos, Love Without Boundaries, and SOS Children's Villages, provide individualized help to orphans or look after specific aspects.Are there orphanages in the Philippines? ›
Many orphanages in the Philippines suffer from underfunding and poor staffing. Government agencies also demand documents, which prolongs the process of children getting cleared for adoption and other simple procedures.What is orphan care center? ›
“To provide spiritual, physical, and emotional care to orphaned, abandoned, and abused children, or those in dire circumstances, as well as to develop them to be successful contributors to society as a whole in a loving family atmosphere.”How many orphans are there in the Philippines? ›
According to data from the Philippines Orphanage Foundation, out of the over 109 million population in the country, there were at least 2 million orphaned children.Which is the biggest orphanage in the world? ›
Prinkipo Greek Orthodox Orphanage.
|Prinkipo Greek Orphanage|
|Inaugurated||May 21, 1903|
|Client||Prinkipo Environmental Center|
|Landlord||Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople|
UNICEF. UNICEF is an international organization working in over 190 countries and territories to improve the lives of children and their families based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.Why are there so many orphans in the Philippines? ›
Deforestation, depleted fisheries, and unproductive farmland are major problems for these people. As a result, there is a never-ending cycle of poverty that leads to parents having to give up their children in hopes they will have a better life somewhere else.How many children are in adoption centers Philippines? ›
11222 or the Simulated Birth Rectification Act, which would help simplify the adoption process in the country. Data from the DSWD has shown that there are about 6,500 children who are available for adoption, 4,000 of whom are in the care of government and non-government residential facilities.Where to adopt a baby in the Philippines? ›
If you are living here in the Philippines you must visit your nearest DSWD or MSWD office and the Social Worker in charge of adoption will explain the procedure to become approved adoptive parents. You can also apply online: https://adoption.dswd.gov.ph.Which country has the highest orphan population? ›
Asia holds the largest number of orphaned children, at 71 million – India alone is home to 31 million orphans. This is followed by Africa, which harbors 59 million. 3. Each day, 39,000 children are forced from their homes alone because of the death of a parent, family illness or abuse and abandonment.
What is RA 7610 in the Philippines? ›
Ninth Congress. Republic Act No. 7610 June 17, 1992. AN ACT PROVIDING FOR STRONGER DETERRENCE AND SPECIAL PROTECTION AGAINST CHILD ABUSE, EXPLOITATION AND DISCRIMINATION, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.Is there foster care in the Philippines? ›
Republic Act No. 10165 or otherwise known as the Foster Care Act of 2012. It is an act to strengthen and propagate foster care for abused, abandoned, neglected and other children with special needs, providing appropriations therefore and for other purposes.What are the two types of orphans? ›
Orphans are mainly of three types classified by UNICEF as paternal orphans (absence of the father), maternal orphans (absence of mother), and double orphans (absence of both the parents).What was the first orphanage? ›
The first orphanage was established in the United States in 1729 to care for White children, orphaned by a conflict between Indians and Whites at Natchez, Mississippi. Orphanages grew and between 1830 and 1850 alone, private charitable groups established 56 children's institutions in the United States (Bremner,1970).What is another word for orphanage? ›
Food: Food and clean water are the most basic need for all children.Can an adult be an orphan? ›
In short, yes, an adult can also be an orphan. An orphan is typically defined as a child under the age of 18 who has lost one or both parents. When used in a broader sense, the word orphan applies to anyone who has lost their biological parents.How much money do you need to start an orphanage? ›
How much does it cost to start a non-profit? Obviously this number changes dramatically depending on what you want to do, starting cash for an orphanage of around 10-30 kids (assuming you had the building already) shouldn't be more than around US$10-30,000 to get completely registered and equipped.Which organisation help underprivileged children? ›
5 Organizations for Underprivileged Children
- Newborns in Need. ...
- SOS Children's Villages. ...
- Reach Out and Read. ...
- Doctors of the World. ...
- Parents as Teachers.
The Child Protection Network Foundation or CPN is a non-government organization with expertise on the prevention and treatment of child abuse. CPN's work centers on increasing the accessibility of services for abused children in the Philippines.
How many children go missing in the Philippines? ›
As of September 2022, there were already 27 kidnapping cases that occurred in the Philippines, reflecting an increase from the 38 kidnapping cases registered in 2020. The number of kidnapping cases in the country peaked in 2019 with 85 cases.How many kids are in foster care in the Philippines? ›
About 1.8 million children in the country, more than 1% of its entire population, are “abandoned or neglected,” according to the United Nations' Children's Rights & Emergency Relief Organization. Some are victims of extreme poverty; others of natural disasters and armed conflicts in the country's riven south.How many children are in foster care in the Philippines? ›
(n.d.). Philippines has 1.8M abandoned kids.Who has the most children in the Philippines? ›
Family. Salvador fathered 102 children and reputedly had 48 women. Apart from Lou Salvador Jr., he also fathered the actors Alona Alegre, Leroy Salvador (director, producer and politician), the eldest of the Salvador siblings, Mina Aragon, Phillip Salvador, Ross Rival, Emil Salvador, and Jumbo Salvador.How long is the process of adoption in the Philippines? ›
On the average, it takes nine months from application to finalization of adoption, simulating the normal period of pregnancy. 8. What is a home study? A home study is a case study on the adoptive applicant(s) conducted by a social worker to determine their capabilities for adoptive parenthood.What happens to children who don't get adopted? ›
Kids who are not adopted often get passed between many foster and group homes until they age out at age 18-21. Kids with disabilities, including learning disabilities, are twice as likely to age out of the system. Once they have aged out, many of these young vulnerable adults face life alone.How much does it cost to adopt a child from Philippines? ›
The approximate cost to adopt from Philippines is $29,200. Cost does not include airfare, lodging and other fees associated with travel. There are so many ways to fund your adoption!Can I choose a baby to adopt in Philippines? ›
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY—The Department of Social Welfare and Development in Region 10 (DSWD) reminded parents Tuesday that discriminating against a particular child over the other is not allowed by the country's adoption laws.How do you adopt a baby from DSWD? ›
- Application Form.
- Birth Certificate.
- Marriage Certificate, Divorce Annulment, Declaration of Nullity of legal separation documents (if any)
- Written Consent to Adoption.
- Medical Certificate issued at least 6 months.
- Latest Income Tax Return or Certificate of Employment.
Working with Children. Volunteer at group homes in your area. In the U.S., children awaiting adoption live in group homes, boarding schools, and other facilities instead of orphanages. These facilities are run by the state, so you can volunteer by contacting your local government.
Which Organisation works for children's welfare? ›
One of the best NGO working on child welfare in India is Save the Children. They have certainly carved out a niche for themselves and have become one of India's leading independent child rights organisation. Save the Children is working with children from the most marginalised sections of the society.What is the best children's charity to donate to? ›
The Top 21 Kids Charities To Give To In 2021
- Wheels For Wishes. ...
- Save The Children. ...
- Children's Health Fund. ...
- Child Find Of America. ...
- Prevent Child Abuse. ...
- Shoes That Fit. ...
- My Stuff Bags. ...
- Locks Of Love.
Essentially, no. The adoption process in the United States no longer involves traditional orphanages. Today, there are three primary forms of domestic adoption: a child may be adopted from the foster care system, as an infant in a private adoption or as a relative or stepchild of the adoptive parents.What do orphans need most? ›
Those needs include, critical needs such as food and shelter, security, the knowledge or belief that one is of value to themselves and others. Children will first seek their critical needs...and the supply of those critical needs will instill a learned behavior.What activities can be done in orphanage? ›
Organizing games, drawing, singing, dancing, and other creative education and extracurricular activities. Taking kids on Playgrounds. Helping kids to do homework, monitor academic progress, and make sure kids complete their homework. Sanitation (helping kids in brushing teeth, shower, and personal hygiene).How do you make an orphan happy? ›
- Rescue and care for orphans. ...
- Feed a malnourished child. ...
- Give a child water that won't make her sick. ...
- Empower a child with an education he only dreamed of. ...
- Introduce a struggling child to God's love.
- Save the Children.
- Children International.
- ChildFund International.
- Compassion International.
- Food for the Hungry.
- Plan International.
- Children Incorporated.
5 Organizations for Underprivileged Children
- Newborns in Need. ...
- SOS Children's Villages. ...
- Reach Out and Read. ...
- Doctors of the World. ...
- Parents as Teachers.
The Childhood Trust is London's child poverty charity, founded with a simple vision: to support vulnerable children living in poverty in London.Which charity gives the most? ›
|Charity Name||Percentage of funds that go directly to the cause, versus administrative or fundraising costs|
|Feeding America's Hungry Children||99.10%|
|Caring Voice Coalition||99.00%|
|Foster Care to Success||99.00%|
What is the number 1 charity in the world? ›
|Rank||Charity||Donors Tracking This Charity|
|1||Doctors Without Borders, USA||34,744|
|2||American Red Cross||20,053|
|3||ALSAC - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital||15,884|
|4||The Nature Conservancy||15,803|
- The large amount of orphans in developing countries is a result of many negative circumstances. ...
- Asia holds the largest number of orphaned children, at 71 million – India alone is home to 31 million orphans.
We offer counseling for women going through teen pregnancies to provide a safe place for discussion and receiving advice. Approximately 39,000 children out of the 45,000 who are not able to live with their birth parents are living in orphanages.What is the age limit for adoption in us? ›
For domestic and international adoptions, the age of the prospective parents must be legal age, which is 21 years or older. In the US there is usually no age cutoff, meaning you can adopt a child as long as you are 21 or over.