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Christian Development Organizations

Missions & Benevolence Partner Organizations

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 Second Mile Ministries is committed to equip and empower marginalized Filipinos through holistic discipleship. They create opportunities for people to maximize their potential for life skills, giving them the ability to maintain a good source of living, gain hope and be able to set in motion a plan for their lives that will bring a brighter future for themselves and their family, through discipleship training and teaching practical life skills.

Mr. Gregory Seiling, Program Director
+63 917 114 8774 | +63 917 545 1733
director.secondmile@actionintl.org | office.secondmile@actionintl.org
Second Mile Campus, Balubad 2, Silang, Cavite
ACMI is a Christian organization in Southern Philippines that is involved in church planting and strengthening amongst the least reached and marginalized. The ministry also helps their local communities through education and economic assistance. The ministry’s focus is fulfilling the Great Commission - TO GO and MAKE DISCIPLES. It has two structures, namely; the GO structure where the members share the Gospel to people and train them to be Christ’s disciples, while in the NOURISHMENT structure, believers meet together every week as a church, worship together, hear His Word preached, and fellowship with each other.

Ptr. Bernardo Mendoza | Dr. Sergio Canoy 
63(088)880 1703 | +63 917 323 5991 | bamendoz@yahoo.com
349 Lourdes Corrales St. Apovel Subd. Cagayan de Oro City
The Bright Lights Learning Center is the school program of Voice of Grace Compassion Ministries, Inc. It is committed to alleviate poverty by providing free Christian education to out of school children and youth in partnership with the Alternative Learning System (ALS) Program of the Department of Education, assisting them to pursue higher education thru College Scholarship Grant and equipping them to find employment and eventually become productive citizens of the country. Its services include the feeding program, medical and dental assistance, discipleship, care and resource center for youth at risk and disaster relief assistance. It aims to bring God’s truth, love and hope in practical ways to the communities and pursues to change precious lives one by one.

Mrs. Reylita B. Erese (Letlet), Director
63(2)8655 8837 |  +63 919 000 9731 | let_erese@yahoo.com
2/F La Veronica Arellano Bldg. cor. Village East Executive Homes, Felix Ave. Cainta, Rizal


The BBCF are tribal Christians from the mountains of Nueva Vizcaya, who are zealous about sharing the Gospel to their fellow indigenous people groups. They train and send missionary teams who do evangelism, discipleship and are planting house churches among the unreached Agta and Manide tribes in Bicol.

Stephen and Jen Hagen, Missionaries
+63 998 553 1433 | +63 915 568 7302 | sjhagen05@gmail.com
Ptr. Richard Castillo | +63 992 347 8212 | richardshirlcastillo@gmail.com


Charis HBC is a Bible-believing Christian church that ministers in San Isidro, Antipolo by reaching the lost and uniting the believers in their community. They provide Bible training to equip young people for practical missionary work and church service through their Bible school program.

Ptr. Jose Regalado Pascual, Jr.
+63 925 722 2611 | harvest.baptist@yahoo.com  
Blk 50 Lot 9, Zontaville, Brgy. San Isidro, Antipolo City
Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) is a Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in the local church for Christian living. Our ministry vision is to reach Every Child, Every Barangay, Every Day.

Ms. Miriam Z. Dumanhug  |  Ms. Cerela Sumido
63(2)8660 6062 | +63 923 989 6166 | +63 933 358 9712
contact@cefphilippines.com | cefpeduc@gmail.com
CEF Center, L2- B26 Don Celso Tuason Ave. Valley Golf Subd. Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City
Children’s Garden of the Philippines is a home for boys ages 12-18+ who have been abandoned, neglected, or orphaned. We exist to glorify God as we seek to fulfill the Gospel of Christ by building young men with the vision, skills and character necessary for a life of significance.

Mrs. Sharon Gersava - Wark, Executive Director
+63 999 106 7648 | info@childrensgarden.ph
Zone 3, Block 2, Sitio Parugan, San Jose, Antipolo City
The CPCM is committed to bring the Word of God to one of the darkest places on earth – prison. At present, they are currently involved in evangelism and discipleship training in jails in several areas of Mindanao.

Ptr. Charlou Delez
+63 936 322 6247 | charey2005@yahoo.com

Mr. Chris Vincent Nangcas  
+63 917 704 5857 | chase.nangcas@yahoo.com   
Zone 1 Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City
C.A.R.E. Philippines is a non-profit organization established in 1987, which is committed to providing holistic Christian ministries to impoverished areas in the Philippines by systematically offering programs of education, music, sports, medical services, feeding the poorest of the poor in the surrounding areas and offering spiritual opportunities for the children and their parents. The ministry seeks not only to lead people to a saving faith in Jesus Christ but also to alleviate them from socio-economic poverty, endorsing them to a local church.

Ms. Renelyn Villanueva, Ministry Director
63(2)8297 4224 | +63 908 242 4172 | mabuhayfilipinos@gmail.com
C.A.R.E. Philippines Education Center, Sitio Tanza II, San Jose, Antipolo City
Concordia Children’s Services, Inc. (CCS) is a non-government organization registered with Securities and Exchange Commission, accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC), and duly licensed and given a level 3 accreditation by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).  We currently have two existing programs: one, is the Receiving Home Program that caters to abandoned, neglected and surrendered children ages 0 to 2 years old, and second is, the Educational Assistance thru Sponsorship which serves 120 children from around Sta. Mesa with ages 7-16 years old. These programs offer variety of services to these children like Home Life and Group Living Services, Health and Nutrition Services, Recreational Services, Social Services, Spiritual Services, Referral Services, Volunteer Services and Pre-Adoption Services.

Mr. Chrisler Go, Executive Director
63(2)8713 3461-62 | office@concordiachildrens.org
4443 Old Sta. Mesa St. Sta. Mesa, Manila


CCMI trains and equips believers to bring the Good News among the people groups of the Benguet mountains through church planting, discipleship, livelihood, campus ministry, among others.

Ms. Heniecy Morts, Church Secretary
+63 906 489 6159 | heniecymorts@gmail.com
Bambang Evangelical Church, Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya


Creative Prime Movers for Transformation or CPMT is a Filipino homegrown organization which is born out of great love for the indigenous people. CPMT is a lone organization in our country today that has field teams in all the 13 unreached people groups. We envision to turn the harvest field into a harvest force. *Neighbor reaching *neighbor for Jesus Christ. We facilitate the establishment of contextualized church planting movement and the transformation of unreached *neighbor community through continuous mobilization and strategic partnership.

Ms. Marli Verzosa, Executive Director
63(2)8654 4200 | +63 936 592 5498 | +63 948 121 0045 | +63 917 140 5533
P.O. Box 381 Araneta Center Cubao, 1135 Quezon City
DEAF, Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit Christian organization that caters to the educational and spiritual needs of the hearing impaired. Our mission is to share God’s love to the deaf in Asia and train deaf people to become teachers and missionaries. Our programs include schools, Bible Seminary, sign language training, ear care and hearing screening in the community.

Ptr. Salvador Cuare, School Director
+63 915 039 4436 | cuare.helen@gmail.com
DEAF School, Paowin, Cavinti, Laguna

Elena V. Roque, Executive Secretary
+63 917 844 7198 | 8823 8072-79 loc. 103 | elena.v.roque@lamoiyan.com
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.

Rev. Alfredo Casanova, Administrative Pastor
+63 917 519 7888

Ms. Gladys Mercado, Church Secretary
+63 945 328 5587 | +63 991 651 1878

89 J.P. Rizal St. Poblacion, Muntinlupa City
63(2)8659 7741 | reyglyde@yahoo.com
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.

Mr. Dan Andrew Cura, President
63(2)8650 5790 | info@febc.org.ph
46/F One Corporate Center, Julia Vargas Ave. cor. Meralco Ave.,
Ortigas Center, Pasig City
The Food for the Hungry Philippines 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. Olga Rodriguez, Executive Director
Ms. Jenelyn Matamis, Partnership Development Coordinator
63(2)8247 6003 | +63 999 997 1044 | philippines@fh.org  | jmatamis@fh.org
Unit 1401 Dasma Corporate Center Bldg. 321 Dasmariñas St. Binondo, Manila
The GreenEarth Heritage Foundation is a wholistic Christian organization whose 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
63(2)8815 2978 | 63(2)8775 8836 | +63 917 852 6464
1723 Dian St. Makati City
Sitio Malapad na Parang, Brgy. Sibul, San Miguel, Bulacan
Driven by the vision that everyone needs a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity began in 1976 as a grassroots effort. The Christian housing organization has become a leading global non-profit working in nearly 70 countries. In the Philippines since 1988, Habitat for Humanity has supported more than 140,000 people to build or improve a place they can call home.  Through financial support, volunteering or adding a voice to support affordable housing, everyone can help families achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves.  Through shelter, we empower.

Mr. Christopher Cabiles, Fundraising Manager
63(2)8846 2177 | +63 917 326 2499
info@habitat.org.ph | christopher.cabiles@habitat.org.ph
5/F 111 Paseo de Roxas Bldg. Tower 2, Paseo de Roxas cor. Legazpi St. Legaspi Village, Makati
H.E.L.P.E.R.S. of the Immanuel seeks to help actualize “ Pinagpala ang Bayan na ang Diyos ay ang Panginoon” which appears in our Philippine peso bills. To this goal (Ps.33:12) we seek to support and build networks to communities within our reach with (a) EDUCATION for all (formal and informal) with the end in view of a country blessed with upright and Christian workforce at all levels of the job market (b) we network for RESOURCES for God's people in various critical needs; and (c) we engage SERVICES to enhance learning, caring, and worship at all levels in communities where we are blessed to serve God. TO GOD BE THE GLORY!

Mrs. Gloria V. Ison, President
63(2)8826 2598 | +63 953 034 1982 | helpersoftheimmanuel2010@gmail.com
126 Tropical Avenue, BF International Village, Las Piñas City 1740
iHome GMM is a non-stock, non-profit Christian organization that builds houses and communities for the underprivileged Filipino families. We work in partnership with local and international volunteers and partner with local government, NGOs, churches, corporations and other agencies. iHome GMM provides a way for people from all walks of life to share their time, skills and funds to help eradicate poverty housing. It works on the premise that each house built should build another house after 10-15 years. iHome GMM is not a "dole out" or for free. Homepartner-families who avail of the house will be responsible for the repayment of their units, and their repayments will go towards the build of another house for a family in need of housing.

Atty. James K. Raterta, President
Dr. Beatriz Almero, Executive Director
63(2)8659 4099  |  63(2)8856 4934 | +63 956 596 9355 | ihomegmm@gmail.com
Unit A-204 State V Condominium, 452 EDSA, Guadalupe Viejo, Makati City


IBS prepares young Aetas for ministry, developing future leaders and missionaries in their community, through education, spiritual and physical nurture.

Rev. Elmer Victoria, Director
+63 928 817 8256 | +63 919 517 0808 | +63 970 523 4521
Sta. Juliana, Capas, Tarlac
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.

Ptr. Herman A. Moldez, President

Ms. Rowena Kakilala, Senior Director for Donor Relations
0918 937 1036 | 63(2)8571 6975 | weng.kakilala@caremin.com
The mission of Kanlungan Sa Er-Ma 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
63(2)8652 3287 | +63 925 500 1379
2029 Benitez St. Malate, Manila
MAP is a Christ-centered medical mission organization composed of called, committed, and competent Christian health and non-health professionals; equipping and ministering to churches and like-minded organizations with viable health and spiritual programs geared towards transformed communities.

Dr. Eliseo Garcia Jr., President
63(2)3415 9068 | (2)8759 7981
102 Scout Rallos St. Diliman, Quezon City 1101


MTWP – Ang Bahay Parola is a mercy ministry that aims to demonstrate the love of Jesus through its holistic ministries for children at risk and their families so that they may undertake a long-term process of life transformation and empowerment.

Ms. Melina G. Espino, Executive Director
+63(49)502 2139 | +63(46)477 1646 | +63 917 129 6878 | ed@mtwph.org

Ms. Rosita Barrientos, Program Director
+63(49)502 2139 | +63 916 367 0866 | rbarrientos@mtwph.org

Mission to the World Philippines Foundation Inc.
Zavalla Compound, Tatlong Hari St. Market Area, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
Precious Jewels Ministry views every child like a jewel that is of infinite value and uniquely created in the image of God. We provide care and support for the children who are malnourished and neglected. We advocate for the rights of children living with chronic and terminal illnesses such as HIV/AIDS; and strengthen the role of the family in the healing of the whole child.

Ms. Lorrie Anderson, Director

Ms. Johanna Bergink, Director

Ms. Eve Villanueva, Deputy Director

63(2)8288 6696 | +63 920 453 4835 | pjewels87@gmail.com
140 Matahimik St., U.P. Village, Diliman, Quezon City
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. Amelia Torrente, Executive Director

Ms. Lorinda Ang, Resource Development Head

63(2)8726 3021-24 | info@blind.org.ph | rbi.lorinda@gmail.com
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
63(2)3431 5771 | 63(2)8938 1617 | jtnambus@yahoo.com
9 Kent St. East Fairview, Quezon City
The ministry of SILP 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. Pamela Day
63(2)8722 6186 | director_philippines@sil.org
pamela_day@sil.org  |  joel-cindy_groening@sil.org 
12 Big Horseshoe Drive, Horseshoe Village, Quezon City
P.O. Box 2270, Central Post Office, 1099 Manila


SBCE is located in one of the hilly areas 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 meals to the less fortunate children in the vicinity.

Ptr. Enrico B. Dicimulacion, Senior Pastor
+63 995 172 2739 | sbc_eldorado@yahoo.com
Sitio El Dorado, San Jose, Antipolo City
TAP is a non-profit, non-stock, faith-based organization that assist language communities in the translation of the Holy Scriptures into the mother tongue. 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. TAP also provides technical support to communities, schools, government, and non-government agencies in the areas of general translation, ethno-music and performing arts, and language preservation and development.

Ptr. Joseph Villaflor, Executive Director
63(2)8931 3087 | +63 928 174 3311 | joseph_villaflor@translators.org.ph
3 Don Diosdado St. Don Enrique Heights, Commonwealth Ave., Quezon City


VOICE (Values Orientation In Classroom/Community Orientation) is a Christian NGO that partners with churches and other Christian organizations to bring supplemental values instruction to both school children and young people. For some years now, we have also been engaged in bringing values to DSWD’s 4Ps beneficiaries thru FDS. Also, we have conducted values seminars for PNP; have reached University students thru NSTP; and have taught BJMP inmates.

Mr. Jesus S. Espina Jr., National Director

Ms. Beverly Tenecio, Finance/Accounts Administrator

63(2)8920 4012 | director.voicephils@gmail.com | office.voicephils@gmail.com
101-A Maginhawa St. Teachers Village East, Diliman, 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. Paul Ariaga, Base Director
63(2)8253 5940 | balutministry@yahoo.com
2439 Yangco St. Gagalangin, Tondo, Manila

Missions Sending Ministry Partnerships

CBAP aims to glorify God and make disciples of all nations; we envision strategic and significant presence in all cities and municipalities in the Philippines, the Filipinos scattered around the world and the least evangelized people groups.

Ptr. Ronald Macam, Director for Cross Cultural Ministry
+63 917 814 7699
cbapglobal@gmail.com | ronaldmacam@gmail.com
CBAP Office - 8367 6008
50B Road 13, Brgy. Pagasa, Quezon City 1105
SEND International partners with churches to send missionaries from many nations to the unreached in Asia, Europe, Eurasia, and North America. Our mission is to mobilize God’s people and engage the unreached in order to establish reproducing churches. SEND Philippines, in Manila, sends Filipino citizens and residents around the world for cross - cultural missionary work. This office also manages finance, logistics, and training for Filipino team members. Also called the Philippine Sending Council of SEND International or PSC.
James Aberin, Philippine Director | jaberin@send.org  

Joy Rodriguez, Missions Coach | jrodriguez@send.org

SEND Office: 63(2)8990 0741 | +63 917 520 0503
62 Magiting St. corner 1 Masinsinan St., Teachers Village East, Quezon City 1101, Philippines

More UCM Ministry Partnerships

The CWTP is a non-profit organization that works with the poorest communities by planting holistic centers that meet the spiritual and physical needs of the most marginalized in the least reached slums. CWTP partners with the local church to plant sustainable centers within 2 years.

Ptr. Jeffrey Samontañez 
+63 923 510 9490 | jeffsamontanez@hotmail.com
Lot # 41, Rupee, Quezon City, 1121 Metro Manila
The Imus Unida Christian School (IUCS) upholds high academic standards and Christian values to ensure that every student that passes through its halls receive the best education, care and upbringing that it can offer. Situated within the heart of Imus, Cavite, the IUCS prides itself in being a second home to its students, faculty and staff.
Ms. Sharon Lasquete, School Administrator
+63 917 635 1593 | sharonlasquete@iucs.net
Sol P Bella Street, Poblacion IB, Imus, 4103 Cavite
KALAYAG is a Christian Indigenous Peoples’ organization based in Davao City that provides trainings, programs, and services that will help transform communities. They minister to the tribal communities in the Southern Philippines, sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ while showcasing their rich culture.

Ptr. Pio Gabad Arce
+63 945 134 9473 | piokalayag@gmail.com
Hope Mountain, Purok 45, Balabag, Ulas, Davao City


Reach Youth Ministries is a non-denominational Christian Gospel-Rescue Mission, which has for its purpose to share the love of God, in truth and with actions, by preaching the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and by extending physical help to people in the depressed areas, primarily children and people with vices, and make them disciples to the glory of God.

Ms. Josephine N. Reyes | Ms. Fe Cabrera | Ms. Veronica Cruz
63(02)8562 5750 | +63 917 309 9276 | +63 917 534 6494     
1329 Marmol St., San Andres Bukid, Manila 1017


The church’s goal is to connect people to God through Jesus Christ and build lives through the Word of God. Redeemed Bible Institute trains and develops students to properly divide and communicate the Word of God, equipping them for the ministry and other areas of Christian service.

Ptr. Michael Sonido
+63 929 407 4227 | michaelsonido@yahoo.com
Purok 5, Brgy. San Jose, San Pablo City, Laguna 4000
The Tebow CURE Hospital provides pediatric orthopaedic surgical care in Davao City in the Philippines, helping children with treatable conditions like clubfoot, bowed legs, bone deformities, untreated burns, and cleft lip and palate, and spinal deformities. CURE’s work is not limited to physical health. They are just as focused on the spiritual health of the children they serve. Through physical care and healing, they get to share to them about God who loves them dearly. They offer physical and spiritual healing that transforms lives.

Mr. Peter Cowles, Executive Director
+63 943 507 1984 | (082)300 5345 | peter.cowles@cureinternational.org
J.P. Laurel cor. Banawe St., Brgy. W. Aquino, Davao City