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MFI believes that by building better individuals, we build better communities and a progressive nation. You too can contribute to our cause by helping us serve more. Join us in making a difference by supporting our scholarship programs that enables our scholars to get quality education that will hopefully lead them to have better lives and a better future.

 

Connect with us!

Trunk line: (02) 632-0756, 58 to 67

Direct line & Fax: (02) 631-1291 / 631-2442

Email: ask@mfi.org.ph

  • Campaigns

    • Fund Assistance for Technical Education (FATE)

      Fund Assistance for Technical Education (FATE) was conceived to uplift the social and economic status of the Filipino through education and training, with emphasis on values internalization, the development and application of appropriate technologies, and formation of sustainable enterprises. It is projected to be a long-term source of fund for the Industrial Technician Program.

      The support funds will ensure the continuous development of skilled and quality workers for industry, and at the same time, give educational opportunity to economically deprived but intelligent young people.

      Donate to MFI to support FATE and enable someone to receive quality education that will prepare him for employment in the industry sector. Your support will fund the education of our students in the Industrial Technician Program (ITP or Diploma Courses) and our Dual Training System (DTS) courses.

      Be a FATE donor!

      • Sponsor a Student Program

      By subsidizing the education of a student taking any of the ITP courses, you commit yourself to be a partner of MFI in the development of skilled and qualified worker for the industry and, at the same time, give education opportunity to economically deprived but intelligent high school graduates.

      • Be an Industrial Partner

      Share with us your advance technologies, accept our students for on-the-job training opportunities, and be involved in our curriculum development. We need the cooperation and the support of various industries to maintain the relevance and ensure the progression of our programs so that we can continually contribute to nation building.

    • Tribong MFI

      Tribong MFI was born out of concern for the less privileged who cannot afford medical and dental services. Volunteerism thrives in the hearts of MFI officers, scholars and staff and it paves the way for MFI to extend its goodwill to the needy. Officially launched in year 2000, Tribong MFI events are a tripartite venture with Local Government Units (LGUs), and volunteer doctors and dentists from private and government sectors. Our medical missions are held periodically in various community sites in Metro Manila and neighboring provinces. To date, Tribong MFI has served more than 150,000 patients through the distribution of general medicine and through pulmonary examinations, pediatric care, de-worming, ECG, X-ray, circumcision, and dental services.

      By donating to MFI to support Tribong MFI will help fund its future medical and dental missions, and reach out to depressed areas by bringing them general medicine, pediatric care, circumcision, and other medical and dental services free of charge

      Communities served

      1999

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Morong, Rizal 1,351 patients
      Tanauan, Batangas 2,308 patients

       

      2000

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      San Pedro, Laguna 2,168 patients
      Pateros, Metro Manila 2,693 patients
      Muntinlupa 1,337 patients
      Taytay, Rizal 3,530 patients
      Pasig City 2,649 patients
      Mandaluyong City 2,531 patients
      Cavite City 1,889 patients
      Alitagtag, Batangas (3rd District) 2,135 patients
      Parola, City of Manila 2,624 patients
      Parañaque City 1,745 patients
      Antipolo City 2,071 patients

       

      2001

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Baseco, Intramuros, Manila 1,482 patients
      Parañaque City 2,610 patients
      Antipolo City 2,605 patients
      Tayabas, Quezon 2,827 patients
      Talisay, Batangas 1,827 patients
      Pasig City 2,201 patients
      Sto Tomas Batangas 2,479 patients
      Sta Maria Dela Strada Parish, Quezon City 2,172 patients
      Malvar, Batangas 2,233 patients
      Bulacan 2,045 patients
      Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City 2,713 patients
      San Juan, Batangas 2,178 patients
      Parañaque City 2,053 patients

       

      2002

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Pedro Gil Manila 2,082 patients
      Laurel, Batangas 2,053 patients
      Malvar, Batangas 2,073 patients
      Tayabas, Quezon 2,675 patients
      Tanauan, Batangas 1,045 patients
      Pasig City 2,015 patients
      Cainta, Rizal 1,819 patients
      Kapasigan Pasig City 1,595 patients
      Balagtas Bulacan 2,576 patients
      Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City 2,027 patients

       

      2003

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Manila 2,431 patients
      Malvar, Batangas 1,552 patients
      Taguig 2,270 patients
      Bacoor, Cavite 1,419 patients
      Tayabas, Quezon 2,421 patients
      Brgy. Kalawaan, Pasig City 2,134 patients
      Brgy. Punta, Jala-Jala, Rizal 1,510 patients
      Tandang Sora Quezon City 2,650 patients
      Brgy. Kapasigan, Pasig City 1,059 patients
      Taytay, Rizal 1,461 patients
       Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City 1,679 patients

       

      2004

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Baseco, Manila 3,003 patients
      Cavite City 2,196 patients
      San Andres, Manila 1,654 patients
      Tayabas, Quezon 1,376 patients
      Sto. Tomas, Batangas 826 patients
      Brgy. Rosario, Pasig City 1,372 patients
      Plaridel, Bulacan 1,160 patients
      Brgy. Batasan Hills, Q.C. 2,819 patients
      Brgy. Dalig, Antipolo City 2,093 patients
      Brgy. Punta, Jala-Jala, Rizal 1,355 patients
      Brgy. Kapasigan, Pasig City 1,399 patients
      Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City 1,126 patients

       

      2005

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      San Andres Bukid, Manila 2,008 patients
      Rosario, Cavite 1,589 patients
      Luis Palad Educational Foundation Inc. 1,449 patients
      Brgy, Buting, Pasig, City 1,471 patients
      Lucena, City 91 soldiers
      Plaridel, Bulacan 1,069 patients
      Brgy. Culiat,Tandang Sora QC. 1,859 patients
      Valenzuela City 1,077 patients
      Brgy. Kapasigan, Pasig City 1,125 patients
      Brgy. Masambong, Q.C. 1,795 patients
      Marikina City 1,079 patients

       

      2006

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Municipal Hall, Navotas 1,318 patients
      Los Baños, Laguna 922 patients
      Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo 1,031 patients
      Tayabas, Quezon 1,143 patients
      Tambo Parañaque 1,555 patients
      Rosario, Cavite 1,128 patients
      Talisay, Batangas 1,339 patients
      Manila 1,140 patients

       

      2007

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Brgy. San Andres Floodway Cainta, Rizal 1,092 patients
      Christ the King Church, Quezon City 1,010 patients
      United Paranaque 1 658 patients
      Tayabas, Quezon 1,005 patients
      Brgy. Conception, Makati City 236 patients
      Rosario Elementary School Rosario, Cavite 1,302 patients
      Christ the King Church Quezon City 1,030 patients

       

      2008

       Location  No. of Patients Served
      Brgy. Palingon, Calamba, Laguna 1,082 patients
      Centennial Park, Navotas City 989 patients
      Tayabas, Quezon

       

      Interested in getting involved? For further information and inquiries, you may reach us at:

      FATE

      Phone: (+632) 631-5642

      Fax: (+632) 631-1294

      Email: exec.off@mfi.org.ph

      LEAF

      Phone: (+632) 631-2444, 632-0756 to 67 (loc. 251/523)

      Fax: (+632) 631-1294

      Email: exec.off@mfi.org.ph

      Tribong MFI/Medical Mission

      Phone: (+632) 632-0756 to 65 (loc. 254)

      Fax: (+632) 631-1294

      Email: exec.off@mfi.org.ph