SUSTAINABILITY

Udenna
Foundation

UDENNA FOUNDATION has been continuously undertaking various activities in the form of direct financial support and distribution of goods. 

Bringing Joy

It has always been our practice to share joy and wonderful experiences. In 2018, Udenna Foundation, Inc. has been an instrument in bringing joy to the young children of Datu Salumay Elementary School, The Living Stones Orphanage, Balay Pasilungan-Davao and Datu Salumay, and Missionaries of Charity-Mother Theresa. Since its founding, UFI has been continuously undertaking various activities in the form of direct financial support and distribution of goods through outstanding charitable institutions, majority of which are based in Davao. Beneficiaries included more than 200 young children of Datu Salumay Elementary School (DSES), who have grown into healthy and happy kids and obtained opportunities to learn. Most of the students belong to the tribes of Matigsalug, Ata Manobo, and Manobo.

A student of Datu Salumay Elementary School, Marilog, Davao City, and one of the recipients of gifts during the “Christmas na, Fiesta pa” outreach by the Udenna Foundation

Helping Marawi Recover

UDENNA Foundation, Inc. (UFI) committed to providing more support to the recovery of Marawi City, a war-ravaged area in Mindanao where a total of 120 surgeries were performed for cases such as hernia/hydrocoele, cleft lip and palate, imperforate anus, hirschsprung’s disease, ovarian tumor, closure of colostomy, cysts, and lipoma.

UDENNA Foundation, through the LIFE Fund put together by Phoenix Petroleum, and Worklink Services, Inc., also provided logistical support to WSFP by transporting the medical supplies and equipment from the previous leg of the surgical mission in Bukidnon to Marawi City and to the next leg in Aklan.

Phoenix Foundation

We established Phoenix Philippines Foundation, Inc. in 2007 to support programs that empower people through education, protect the environment, improve the health and well-being of Filipinos, and extend relief to those in need and the underprivileged.

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