NGO Details

Name:Kaisa Heritage Foundation, Inc.
Address:Kaisa-Angelo King Heritage Center, #32 Anda Corner Cabildo Streets, Intramuros, Manila
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Email:kaisa.org.ph@gmail.com
Telephone Number:(02) 527-6083
Fax Number:(02) 527-6085
Newly Established:No
Contact Person:Ms. Teresita Ang See / Ms. Carmelea Ang See
Position:Executive Trustee / Managing Director
Website Address:www.kaisa.org.ph
Purpose for which Organized:Charitable
Company Description:

The Kaisa Heritage Foundation, Inc. was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a non-stock, non-profit corporation on November 12, 1996 by fifteen (15) Filipinos of Chinese descent who wanted to preserve the culture and heritage of the Chinese in the Philippines. Upon the initiative of Kaisa Para sa Kaunlaran, the Kaisa Heritage Center was built and opened in 1999. Initial funds for buying the log and building the Center was provided by Dr. Angelo King and the rest raised from the Tsinoy community. The Foundation is primarily active in the operation and maintenance of cultural and research center particularly the Kaisa Heritage Center. Its main office is located at #32 Anda corner Cabildo Streets, Intramuros, Manila. The foundation has 4 regular staff, 5 number of staff via Agency, 10 volunteers and 15 members of the Board of Trustees. It was first certified for 3 years on October 13, 2006 and which ended on October 12, 2009. Second accreditation was for 3 years on November 15, 2010 and which will end on August 25, 2013. Its purposes, among others, are “to provide the framework to bring the Tsinoy community to meaningful participation in the country’s development and sustainable progress; to perpetuate, preserve learn and seek inspiration from the rich cultural and historical legacy of Tsinoy in Philippine life; to be a lasting repository of the historical and cultural legacy of the Chinese in all aspects of the Philippine life”. The Foundation’s programs now focus on the following areas: Bahay Tsinoy (Museum of the Chinese in Philippine life), Chinben See Memorial Library, Research & Databank Center, and Awat Keng Auditorium. The major thrust of the Foundation is to establish an educational and research center as repository of the tangible and indelible imprints and influences of the Chinese in Philippine history, culture, politics, and society. 


Certification Info
BIR Certification No:036-2013
Date Certified: 09/10/2014
Years of Certification:4
Expiration: 2018-07-04