The PhilSeven Foundation is the corporate social responsibility arm of Philippine Seven Corporation.
PSC initiated the establishment of PhilSeven Foundation, Inc. (PFI) in October 2, 2007 to support its corporate social responsibility programs. PFI was granted a certificate of registration by DSWD on August 6, 2010, after completing the 2-year operations requirement. BIR issued a certificate of registration to PFI dated December 21, 2011 recognizing PFI as a donee institution. In May 10, 2013, BIR renewed for another 3 years PFI’s certification as donee institution in accordance with RR No. 13-98. In October 10, 2013, PFI became a member of the League of Corporate Foundations, Inc. PFI shall continue with its CSR projects mainly for the benefit of communities where the 7-Eleven stores operate. In 2010 PFI concluded its second full year of operation. Having become eligible we applied for accreditation as a donee foundation, to exempt our donors from tax consequences, and thus expand our resources. In coming years, PFI will continue to pursue CSR projects mainly for the benefit of communities served by 7-Eleven stores. We intend to continue the priority to education, health and nutrition for pre-school age students from poorer families.
|1. “Gulong ng Karunungan” Project, a learning school on wheels that caters to out of school children and youth||Children ages 2 to 17 yrs. old|
|2. “Everyday Play” Project , a Community Playground
(Donation of outdoor play equipment for community use)
|Indigent communities preferably with large population and available government owned space|
|3. Disaster/Relief Operation
(A stand-by program)
|In partnership with DSWD, PFI will provide support to the National Resource Operation Center (NROC) during major disaster/typhoon|
|4. Scholarship Program||Deserving undergraduate PSC employees who are financially constraint to finish academic education|
PFI’s Vision, Mission, Goals & Objectives: