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Tuloy Foundation accepts poor, orphaned and abandoned youth, homeless children, and children at risk in their living environment as residents in the Tuloy sa Don Bosco Street children village in Alabang, Muntinlupa City. They look after more than 500 street children. 160 of these children live in the compound. They all attend school and receive vocational training. They provide a safe haven where their basic needs are taken care of and where they learn the values and attitudes they need to cope with the outside world and function as contributing members of the society.
There are ten 3 and a half story dormitory buildings in the Tuloy village, each designed to accommodate 30 children. The children in each building or house have a “head of house” who oversees their needs, their behavior and their formation in coordination with professional psychologists and social workers in the Child Development Department.
Tuloy accepts boys and girls ages 9-18, who are mentally and physically trainable for skills learning in technical vocational courses, who have no serious mental and behavioral disorders requiring highly specialized treatment, and who meet the Foundation’s definition of “homeless” and are “at risk” children.
A gift to Tuloy will help a homeless, helpless, and hopeless child regain their dignity and dream of changing their life.
A total of 912,454.00 Pesos in cash and in kind was given to Tuloy Foundation.
|Our Project: Music room and Arts and Skills room|
|April 16, 2008 • 45,650 Pesos in kind donation of Community Educational Health Fair Kit from The Church of Jesus Christ: The Latter Day Saints|
|May 22, 2006 • 3,060 Pesos in kind donation of 8 cases of softdrinks and 1 case of iced tea|
|November 11, 2005 • 11,000 Pesos was given in cash for the purchase of clay.|
|November 11, 2005 • 30,400 Pesos was given in cash for the purchase of 24 sacks of Sinandomeng rice.|
|September 30,2005 • 71,600 Pesos in kind donation of 40 Rugby uniforms|
|September 22, 2005 • 27,000 Pesos in kind donation of 10 pieces of Dignity and Courage books|
|June 5, 2005 • 30,000 Pesos in kind donation of Rugby balls|
|May 5, 2005 • 2,500 Pesos was given in cash for the food allowance of the Rondalia Group.|
|February 21, 2005 • 59,500 Pesos was given in cash for the full payment of the LPG Gas fired kiln.|
|February 3, 2005 • 206,000 Pesos in kind donations of 4 kick wheels, pottery tools, 4 banding wheels, 2 box of clay, LPG Gas fired kiln, donated by the German Embassy|
|January 17, 2005 • 37,000 Pesos was given in cash for the full payment for 3 pottery kick wheels, 1 kick wheel, clay and glaze.|
|December 9, 2004 • 10,000 Pesos was given in cash for 4 banding wheels and 10 sets of pottery tools.|
|December 9, 2004 • 59,500 Pesos was given in cash for the 50% down payment of the LPG gas fired kiln.|
|December 8, 2004 • 40,000 Pesos was given in cash for the down payment of 3 pottery kick wheels.|
|November 12, 2004 • 26,807 Pesos in kind donation of toothbrush and razor, donated by Gillette|
|October 30, 2004 • 139,187 Pesos was given in cash for the purchase of musical instruments.|
|March 24, 2004 • 35,000 Pesos was given in cash for the purchase of iron bending tools.|
|May 23, 2003 • 9,000 Pesos was given in cash for the transport and materials of 2 pottery scholars.|
|May 09, 2003 • 69,250 Pesos was given in cash for the sports equipment.|