Join us and help make lives better for the Filipino people.
The scholarhip program of PFI established in 2006.
The employee volunteer arm of the PHINMA Group of Companies
Financial support for different advocacies
The programs and initiatives of our alumni association
On November 19, 1956, in an era of foreign dominance in Philippine industry and commerce, a group of Filipino industrialists decided to establish PHINMA. Its founders Ambassador Ramon V. Del Rosario Sr., Don Filemon C. Rodriguez, Ernesto Escaler, all shared a common vision for a vibrant and progressive Philippines as they were committed to do their share in nation building. Today, PHINMA continues its mission to help build our nation through competitive and well-managed business enterprises. The PHINMA Foundation, Inc. (PFI) was established on June 23, 1989. PFI is one with the PHINMA Group in its mission to make life better for all Filipinos. The foundation channels its support for projects that are in line with the PHINMA GROUP’s businesses. PFI has prioritized support for education programs, while also supporting projects that aim to preserve our culture, protect the environment, promote health, and support livelihood and religious causes.
The PFI Team
Working together with strong core values
Ms. Cris T. Ngo
Ms. Tanya G. Antonio
Ms. Jeng B. Mungcal
Ms. Mae N. Edillon
Mr. Roberto M. Laviña
Mr. Edmund Alan A. Qua Hiansen
More than 500 PHINMA employees cleaned coastal areas, rehabilitated tourist spots, repacked relief goods, painted homes and schools, and launched projects for the youth and elderly last November 27-December 1, 2017. Your Time and Talent “I was so excited to help others through the activity,” said Mery-An Patan a first-time PHINMA HERO from PHINMA Property[…]
It is through the generosity of volunteers that patients are able to receive life-saving blood. Volunteers from PHINMA Inc, PHINMA Energy, iClean, Asian Eye, and Franklin Baker took the time to get tested to donate last 10 October 2017. A total of 31 individuals successfully donated blood. PHINMA HEROes were able to donate a total[…]
We raise a toast to all PHINMA HEROES! PHINMA Foundation’s Beer, Brats, and Heroes 2017 gathered 200 employees for a celebration and a cause last 20 October 2017 at the Roofdeck of PHINMA Plaza. A celebration and a cause Beer, Brats, and Heroes is an annual fundraiser for PHINMA HERO Network. More than PhP 30,000[…]
PHINMA National Scholarship Welcomes Its 12th Batch of Scholars This school year, the PHINMA National Scholarship (PNS) welcomed 22 new scholars from the Philippine Normal University, University of the Philippines, and its newest partner school, the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. The scholars were awarded their scholarship grants during the PNS Annual Banquet held at[…]
“Masaya kami na magbabasa kami! Sana madaming kwento.” Alisa, one of the children said during PHINMA’s Aklatan sa Bistekville 2 held in Quezon City last September 16, 2017. There were more than 40 children aged 7-11 who listened to Becky Bravo’s Just Add Dirt, a short story on hygiene. PHINMA HEROES, Ms. Jewel Cruz,[…]
“It is our honor to share our time and talent for our brethren in Marawi City,” Ms. Marianella Ayroso of Union Galvasteel said. Ms. Ayroso or Minelle for short is one of the 40 PHINMA HEROs who joined in the Caritas Manila’s relief and repacking efforts for those afflicted by the siege in Marawi City.[…]
“Masaya kami na bumabalik ang PHINMA para sa Brigada Eskwela, sana maulit,” Mr. Rolando Caliwag, principal of Norzagaray Elementary School, said. This year, 85 PHINMA HEROs joined Brigada Eskwela 2017 on 18-19 May 2017 in Norzagaray Elementary School and Sapang Kawayan Elementary School. Brigada Eskwela is a program of the Department of Education that[…]