8F OPL Building, 100 C. Palanca St.
Legaspi Village, Makati City 1229 Philippines
Telephone: +632 893 5642 loc. 178
On its 20th year, the EON Group established its own foundation to formalize more than a decade of CSR programs and initiatives. Propelled by our flagship advocacy of branding the Philippines, EON Foundation aims to ensure that every Filipino is given the opportunity to reach their full potential. We are committed to helping Filipinos address their most basic needs—the five most pressing social issues as outlined in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030: no poverty, ending hunger, good health for all, quality education, and gender equality.
As a way forward, EON Foundation partners with various NGOs, as well as the private sector to achieve these shared goals together. We aim to do our part by doing what we do best: use our expertise in communications to enable and strengthen relevant connections between non-profit organizations and key stakeholders. We believe that great stories can lead to great impact, and together we can make even more good things happen for institutions who already have been doing their part to meet these sustainable development goals.
The Gender-Responsive Economic Actions for the Transformation of Women (GREAT Women) is a brand platform that merges capacity development and enterprise collaboration directions to enable women’s economic empowerment. We create eco-systems of support, and bring women micro-entrepreneurs into an inclusive business model that enables them to participate and have direct influence in the business decisions. The brand platform also gives women access to national and global markets, constantly looking for gaps in the supply chains as well, while creating value and empowerment for the women we support. The true products of GREAT Women are transformed and economically empowered women.
Hands On Manila brings to the Philippines an innovative and alternative model of volunteer service. The flexibility model of this service allows for volunteering to be integrated into the daily schedules of busy professional individuals. Essentially, we're building a community where we empower individuals to share their time, skills and resources for sustainable development to effectively serve the community.
KYTHE Foundation is a non-stock, non-profit organization that provides psychosocial care to children with chronic illnesses, particularly those with cancer. The support is also extended to the family or caregivers of the patient, ensuring that they are equipped to cope with the pain and anxiety that they are undergoing. Established over 20 years ago by Masters of Psychology students, Icar Castro and Maria Fatima “Girlie” Garcia-Lorenzo, the foundation has since supported more than 11,000 patients in 11 affiliated private and public hospitals in the country.
Love Yourself, Inc. believes that self-worth is key to building an empowered community. We exist to ignite in each one an active desire for a healthy and vibrant self-worth, especially among the youth and the LGBTQ+ community. As a volunteer-based, non-profit organization, we are dedicated to promoting HIV/AIDS awareness and removing the stigma that surrounds them through education, counseling, fun social interactions, and activities that spread our message of the value of loving oneself. Love Yourself currently has three one-stop service centers and clinics in Manila which give free or affordable provisions for testing, access to life-saving medications and counselling.
Museo Pambata is a children's interactive museum - the first of its kind in the Philippines. It is an alternative to the traditional classroom environment where learning is linear and rigorously formal between teacher and student. In Museo Pambata, children are encouraged to use all of their senses and learn various concepts at their own pace. It excites the minds of the young, inspires them to learn more, and most importantly revitalizes what child learning should be – fun and exciting. The mission-vision of Museo Pambata Foundation is to strengthen the knowledge, values, and cultural identity of Filipino children through fun learning experiences, interactive exhibits, and advocacy programs.
Rise Against Hunger (RAH) is an international hunger relief agency that has been fulfilling its commitment to end hunger for 20 years. It is driven by a vision of a world without hunger and a mission to end hunger in our lifetime by providing nutrition and medical aid to the world's most vulnerable. Since 2005, RAH has been distributing perfectly packaged meals of rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and 23 essential vitamins and minerals not only to school lunch programs, but also to areas in crisis and or conflict, coordinating the distribution of food and other lifesaving aid to children and families throughout the Philippines.