DONATE NOW! Donation Details Ayala FoundationCENTEX
 
 




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You can help by donating:

- P300, which will provide one child with a hot meal daily for a month
- P3000, which will provide one child with a hot meal daily for the entire school year
- P____ (any amount of your choice)

To allow us to keep track of your donations, kindly accomplish the form below and fax or email it back to us. You may also send us the deposit slip for your donation, with your name and contact details.

Ways to Donate:

  • Cash or Check (Please make checks payable to Ayala Foundation, Inc.
    Indicate "Feed the Future" at the back of the check.)


    • Pickup
      If you are within the Makati area, you can call 752-1171 to 73 to arrange for pick up.

    • Direct bank deposit

Bank                         :   Bank of the Philippine Islands - Main Branch
Account No.             :   0011-1335-41
Merchant’s Name  :   Ayala Foundation Inc.
Reference No.        :   D401002, followed by donor’s name

Please fax the deposit slip with your name and contact details to 752-1265 or 813-4488 or email it to
Sharon Sanchez (sanchez.sb @ ayalafoundation.org).

  • Online donation

  • For G-Cash users,
    text DONATE <space> Amount <space> 4-digit PIN <space> CENTEX and send to 2882.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is CENTEX? 
    The Center of Excellence in Public Elementary Education (CENTEX), a project of the Department of Education and Ayala Foundation, Inc., offers bright students from marginalized communities quality education comparable with the best private schools in the country. There are currently two CENTEX schools, one in Tondo, Manila, and another in Bauan, Batangas. For more information about CENTEX, visit www.centex.org.ph
  1. Do students get benefits from the Ayala Foundation, Inc. (AFI)?
    AFI provides benefits for children’s basic needs such as school uniforms, shoes, lunch and transportation subsidies for the neediest.
  1. What is included in the lunch?
    CENTEX makes sure that nutritious meals are served to the students. The meals include meat, vegetables and rice, which contains all the essential vitamins and nutrients a child needs to stay alert and ready to learn.
  1. Can we donate less than P300.00?
    You may donate any amount you wish. All contributions, regardless of the amount, are welcome.
  1. Will I know which child will benefit from my donation?
    The donations will be pooled and, as such, we might not be able to provide you with the name of the child. However, be assured that Ayala Foundation employs the highest level of professionalism and accountability to donors and beneficiaries. 
  1. Do you have feeding programs for other grade levels?
    In general, the feeding program is limited to children in Kindergarten to Grade 3. However, a few students in the higher grades who are considered in extreme need of assistance are also included in the feeding program.

  2. Will I receive a tax deduction for my donation?
    We can issue a certificate of donation after 30 days of receipt of donation, upon a donor’s request. Donors may use this certificate to avail themselves of tax deduction incentives.

  3. Do you provide receipts?
    Yes, we provide receipts. For bank deposits, please send us your deposit slip by fax at 752-1265 or 813-4488, or email us at sanchez.sb @ ayalafoundation.org so we can issue you a corresponding receipt.

  4. Can I donate in kind?
    All donations are appreciated. For donations in kind, please send us your name, telephone number and email address by fax (752-1265 or 813-4488) or email (sanchez.sb @ ayalafoundation.org) so we may get in touch with you for your in-kind donation.

  5. I’d like to donate to other projects. What other projects can I support?
    Thank you for your interest. Ayala Foundation, Inc. has many other projects other than the CENTEX School. Please visit Ayala Foundation’s website at www.ayalafoundation.org for other worthwhile causes you can support.

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