The Don Bosco Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. was registered with the SEC as a non-stock, non-profit corporation on August 12, 1976 by the Salesian Priests to help the out-of-school youth. It is a grant-giving organization. The Foundation has two seconded staff and seven members of the Board of Trustees.
Its purposes, among others, are “to support the Training Centers with their programs and services of providing Technical Vocational Education and Training for out-of-school youth; formation through various educational scholarships or financial aid; to help the institution of the destitute and orphans in its maintenance and operation by equipping and providing moral and material support”. The Foundation’s programs now focus on providing financial support to Don Bosco Training Centers in Naga City, San Jose, Tondo, Makati City, Legazpi City, and Mandaluyong City, among others.
It was certified for five years on February 26, 2004 which ended on February 25, 2009. Its PCNC certification was renewed on March 11, 2010 and which will end on December 1, 2014.