NGO Details

Name:Cartwheel Foundation, Inc.
Address:218 Unit F, Malinao St., Brgy. Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City
Region: NCR (National Capital Region)
City/Province:
Email:action@cartwheelfoundation.org
Telephone Number:(02) 584-1532
Fax Number:(02) 584-1532
Newly Established:No
Contact Person:Ms. Maria Johanna Pia G. Ortiz-Luis
Position:Executive Director
Website Address:www.cartwheelfoundation.org
Purpose for which Organized:Charitable,Social Development
Company Description:

The Cartwheel Foundation, Inc. (CFI) was born as a response to the Indigenous Talaandig elders’ request to put up an early childhood school for the young learners of Miarayon, Bukidnon. This community served as the pilot area of CFI’s education program. It was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as non-stock, non-profit organization on October 1, 1999. It aims to give indigenous communities a future through quality and culturally-relevant education. It envisions a nation where indigenous Filipino children and adults, having no access to basic services, can exercise their right to have quality education and active participation in community life. Today, after 16 years CFI continues to grow in breadth and in depth with their different programs with the IPs. Its main office is located at #218 Unit F. Malinao St. Bgy. Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City. The foundation has 5 regular staff, 1 part time staff, 13 project /community based staff, 8 volunteers and 9 members of the Board of Trustees.
It was first certified for 1 year on May 14, 2002 and which ended on May 13, 2003. First Renewal was for 3 years on December 29, 2003 and which ended on December 28, 2006. Second Renewal was for 3 years on September 18, 2007 and which ended on September 17, 2010. Third Renewal was for 5 years on February 4, 2011 and which will end on December 15, 2015.
Its purposes, among others, are “A Philippines where Indigenous Peoples enjoy their rights to quality education, self-determination and active participation in community life; to empower Indigenous Peoples’ communities by harnessing self-sustaining capacities through culturally relevant education; and to become stable and diverse resource base for the sustained delivery of culturally relevant education programs to IP communities”. The Foundation’s programs focused on the following: (1) Early Childhood Education; (2) Youth Leadership Development; (3) Adult Capability Building; and (4) Project RISE (Reigniting IP Communities’ Strength through Education-building resiliency of communities experiencing trauma or chronic stress).


Certification Info
BIR Certification No:041-2017
Date Certified: 02/10/2016
Years of Certification:4
Expiration: 2019-11-27