The KASAGANA-KA Development Center, Inc. (KDCI) formerly known as KASAGANA-KA Microfinance Institution, Inc. was registered with the SEC as a non-stock, non-profit, service, non-government organization on September 26, 2002 by a group of incorporators who seek alternative modes of development that provide preferential options for the poor . It conducts microfinance operations focusing on the upliftment of the disadvantaged sectors of society by providing advocacy, training, community organizing, research and access to resources and other similar activities. Its main office is located at no. 5 Don Francisco Street, Don Enrique Heights, Brgy Holy Spirit, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City. The foundation used to have 256 regular staff, now only 11 regular, 2 probationary and 11 members of the Board of Trustees.
Its purposes (V-M-G), among others, are “to transform the marginalized Philippine communities into vibrant sustainable ones by developing and implementing relevant and viable microfinance models anchored on the principles of community organizing. It is geared towards economically empowering women, urban poor communities and other marginalized sectors of society. Its programs/projects are focused on the following areas: Enterprise Development/Economic Projects/Livelihood, Skills Training, Education and Training, Youth and Family Welfare, Health and Nutrition, and Community Development. Other areas being addressed as cross-cutting concerns are Environment, Research and Disaster and Relief.
Geographical scope of programs: Bulacan (Sapang Palay, Tungko, Marilao, Meycauayan) Caloocan City (Bagong Silang, Camarin) Quezon City (Novaliches, Batasan, Tandang Sora, Fairview, Baesa) and Rizal (Masinag, Padilla, Sumulong, Taytay, Montalban and San Mateo). As of December 30, 2016, the organization has 30 branches across Luzon.