7-Eleven Philippines

Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability

The PhilSeven Foundation (PFI) is the corporate social responsibility arm of Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC).

PSC initiated the establishment of PhilSeven Foundation, Inc. (PFI) on October 2, 2007, to support its corporate social responsibility programs. PFI’s BIR certificate of registration as a donee institution is valid until April 2022 and is currently undergoing the process of extension. Its DSWD certificate of registration was renewed last February 2022 and its license to operate was released last March 09, 2022, which is valid for 3 years or until March 10, 2025. PFI is a member of the League of Corporate Foundations, Inc.

PFI’s Vision, Mission, Goals & Objectives:


Operating the largest convenience store network in the country, PSC can help in sustaining communities in the Philippines. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), through the institution of PFI, became part of PSC’s corporate culture once the Corporation achieved accounting profitability in 1989. The initial beneficiaries of PFI were barangays where its stores are located, giving back to the community where it operates. Its current projects are:

PSC, through PFI, shall continue to support local communities as it moves from projects on corporate social responsibility to creating shared value with local communities. To know more about PFI’s activities, you may visit their website at www.philseven.com.

PFI was honored to receive two PaNata Ko sa Bayan accolades – the Hall of Fame and Salamat Po awards – from the Department of Social Welfare and Development on February 28, in appreciation for our support of their advocacies, programs, projects, and 0communications thrust.

PFI is also the beneficiary of PSC’s annual events, 7-Eleven Run Series and 7-Eleven Trail Series.

Visit www.philseven.com.