NGO Details

Name:San Beda College Alumni Foundation, Inc.
Address:St. Bede's Hall, San Beda College, Mendiola Stree, San Mirguel, Manila
Telephone Number:(02) 735-5995 / 893-0287
Fax Number:(02) 735-5995 / 733-6181
Newly Established:No
Contact Person:Prof. Jeoffre M. Alajar
Position:Executive Director
Purpose for which Organized:Charitable
Company Description:

The San Beda Alumni Foundation, Inc. (SBCAF) was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a non-stock, non-profit corporation on June 3, 1997 by a group of Bedans who were interested in supporting the College Alumni to raise funds for student scholarships and professorial chairs for faculty development. Through the years, the Foundation has been serving as the socio-civic arm of the school’s Alumni Association rendering stewardship and genuine service. Today, the SBCAF has been constantly renewing its commitment to uplift society through its advocacy centered on Bedan Education. It is a grant-making organization. Its main office is located at St. Bede’s Hall, San Beda College, Mendiola, Manila. The foundation has 3 part-time staff (regularly employed by the San Beda Alumni Association) and 15 members of the Board of Trustees.

It was first certified for 1 year on August 18, 2011 and which ended on August 8, 2012. First Renewal was for 3 years on December 10, 2012 and which ended on November 23, 2015.

Its purposes (V-M-G), among others, are “to raise funds as a service to its alma mater in its educational apostolate; and its contribution to the Church and Philippine society to building future; to support significant number of young and deserving but financially challenged students to uplift themselves in society through quality Benedictine Education; and to provide assistance to faculty members in order to fulfill their vocations to lead, teach and become advocates of new knowledge and be witnesses of Christ”. The Foundation’s programs/projects focused on Professorial Chair Program and Scholarship Program.

SBCAF has come up with innovative fund raising activities. These would include the Pantawid sa Pagtatapos Eskwela which aims to allow financially challenged students, particularly in their last year in college, to complete their studies. Another fund raising project is the Red Lions’ Living Highways Program which, in partnership with Hortica Filipina Foundation, hope to achieve double objectives of fund raising while preserving the country’s ecosystem through planting of native trees.

Its sources of income include fund raising activities, donations from corporations and individuals and interest earnings. Total donations received for the last two years is P6.2 Million. The organization has an approved budget of P4.4 Million for Academic Year 2016-2017

Certification Info
BIR Certification No:062-2016
Date Certified: 10/14/2016
Years of Certification:5
Expiration: 2021-06-02