Give to The Philippines charities

Give2Asia makes it easy to support a charity in The Philippines. Make a gift to benefit your favorite nonprofit or one of our trusted partners.

How to give to The Philippines

Give2Asia’s mission is to strengthen communities in Asia by making cross-border giving easier and more effective.

Make a donor-advised gift

Support your favorite charity in The Philippines safely and legally.

Establish a Friends Fund

Enable a charity in The Philippines to accept international donations.

Create a request or Legacy Fund

Ensure that a cause or community in The Philippines is cared for in perpetuity.

Why work with Give2Asia

Give2Asia is US-based 501(c)(3) public charity with affiliates in Australia and Hong Kong SAR PRC. Donations from those locations may qualify as a charitable contribution. Learn more.

Benefits for Donors

  • Multiple giving methods
  • Tax benefit eligibility
  • Donor support team
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Benefits for Corporations

  • In-country expertise
  • Industry-leading due diligence
  • Compliance and risk mitigation
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Benefits for Charities

  • Secure online giving
  • Employee giving opportunities
  • No overseas registration
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Local knowledge counts

Give2Asia’s in-country experts provide local knowledge and oversight to help ensure donations will have the desired impact.

Alexie Ferreria Mercado

Senior Manager, Grantmaking Operations

Alexie Ferreria Mercado oversees grantmaking operations, including process improvement and Give2Asia's Country Advisor team. She joined Give2Asia in 2012 as a Field Advisor for the Philippines and has also managed the Fiscal Sponsorship and Disaster Response programs. Prior to joining Give2Asia, Alexie was with the Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium, an independent association that supported the growth and development of philanthropy in the Asia Pacific region. Alexie completed her Master’s degree in International Relations in the Brussels campus of the University of Kent, Canterbury. She is also a graduate of the Ateneo de Manila University, with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications.

Yvette Camba

Philanthropy Associate

Yvette Camba manages Give2Asia’s Friends Fund program. She also provides administrative support, monitors and updates grant portfolios with Give2Asia grantees, and conducts research for business development and background checks for due diligence requirements.

Previously, Yvette worked at the International Finance Corporation working with both private and public sector projects. She then moved to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development on policy and development programs in partnership with the Government of the Philippines. A nurse by profession, she completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from San Beda University Manila in 2011 and earned her professional license in the same year.

Marianna Fernando-Pacua has over 10 years of experience working with private sector-led development initiatives in climate finance, environment and social sustainability, and corporate social responsibility. She has previously worked with both non-profits and the business sector, including Ayala Foundation, Bank of the Philippine Islands, International Finance Corp, and Cebu Pacific Air. Hanna has a bachelor’s degree in Human Ecology and Social Development from the University of the Philippines Los Banos, and earned her Masters of Development Communication from the University of the Philippines Open University. She is also an alumna of the Beahrs Environment Leadership Program (ELP) at the University of California at Berkeley.

Our collective impact in The Philippines

Since 2001, Give2Asia has delivered more than US$465 million in grants to charities across 23 countries. Here is a snapshot of our work in The Philippines.

Grantees

100

Dollars Granted

$13

Case studies and updates

Report: Unlocking Cross-border Philanthropy in Asia

Our new report assesses the barriers and opportunities for international giving across 15 markets based on extensive interviews with donors, intermediaries, and nonprofits.

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Disaster Risk Profile: The Philippines

The Philippines is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to disaster and climate change.

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