In the midst of a global pandemic
The CORONEL-ENDAYA FOUNDATION is a non-profit charitable organization that is dedicated to paying kindness forward through our various programs and initiatives.
Our key pillars of work revolve around access to:
2. food & Clothing
To date, we have bestowed scholarships to in-need students, Supplies to schools, helped feed hundreds of children, and have donated more than 3,500lbs of gently used clothes, shoes, blankets, toys, and school supplies to those in need, sponsored Basic Life Support training to barangay healthcare workers, and supported medical mission efforts to provide free access to healthcare professionals, therapy and medications to individuals victimized by natural disasters such as typhoons.
Obtained 501(c)3 nonprofit status during Filipino-American National History (FAHN) month
Established the Coronel-Endaya foundation scholarship program, food & clothing program, and special grants program
Provided Scholarships to 15 students. Scholarships include: full / partial academic scholarship, school bag, school uniforms, rain poncho, pencils, pens, highlighters, colored pencils / crayons, markers, pencil pouch, pencil sharpeners, notebooks, folders, protective face masks, reusable water bottles.
Provided Printers and Paper to Provincial High School
Provided Food to Over 100+ Children suffering during the pandemic in Arora, PH, In partnership with Rotaract Club of Alaban Daang-Hari.
Community Partnership with The Filipino-American Lawyers of San Diego (FALSD) Scholarship Program, to provide a scholarship to Three individuals who have a demonstrated commitment to the advancement of Asian/Pacific Islander law students or young legal professionals in the San Diego community
Clothing Donation to Cagayan De Oro City, to 21 young girls / women who are victims of child sex-trafficking and/or sexual exploitation in the Philippines.
Clothing Distribution Program (Provided Clothing to more than 500 Indigent Individuals) in Partnership with Coloma-Quero Medical Clinic
received the us president's volunteer service award during national volunteers' week for volunteer work in 2020 (1x Recipient)
Recognized by the Cities of Murrieta and Temecula during National Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month
Received Certificates of Recognition for the coronel-endaya foundation one-year anniversary from the State of California Senate, the California Legislature Assembly, and us senator Dianne Feinstein
Coronel-endaya Foundation Founders recognized by San Diego Metro as "40 under 40" award recipients
recognized as an Official Filipino-American Community Organization by the Republic of the Philippines Philippine Consulate General, Los Angeles
Shoe Distribution to Bukidnon Community (Provided Shoes to 50 Children) in partnership with Team Open Hearts
Coronel-Endaya Foundation Founders recognized by San Diego Magazine's Nonprofit Visionary Award in honor of their impactful service and special contributions to community, and were a part of the Celebrating Women Awards Ceremony
Coats 4 Kids Program (gifted 72 coats to underprivileged children) in partnership with Knights of Columbus, Temecula
Established the Coronel-Endaya Foundation Medical Missions Initiative
received the us president's volunteer service award Volunteer work in 2021 (2x Recipient)
Coronel-endaya Foundation Founders recognized by UCLA Pilipino Alumni Association as 2022 Distinguished Alumna
Virtual Attendance at the White House Initiative on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (WHIAANHPI) Regional Network 9 Roundtable on Combatting Anti-Asian Hate" [The White House Initiative on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (WHIAANHPI), established by President Joe Biden through Executive Order 14031, is charged with coordinating a whole-of-government agenda to advance equity, justice, and opportunity for AA and NHPI communities.]
Renewed Scholarships to 15 students. Scholarships include: full / partial academic scholarship, school bag, school uniforms, rain poncho, pencils, pens, highlighters, colored pencils / crayons, markers, pencil pouch, pencil sharpeners, notebooks, folders, reusable water bottles, staples, staplers, one rim of bond paper, school glue, glue sticks, tape, small paper clips, large paper clips, one passion Planner (designed and donated by filipina-american Angelia Trinidad), and access to wireless internet.
Temecula Student of the Year Sponsorship to the Top 6 High School students in the City of Temecula, CA, USA
Coronel-Endaya Foundation Founders recognized by the Asian Hustle Network (AHN) as two of the 2022 Top 50 Unsung Heroes, during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Giving Back to Community Clothing Donation Program (Provided Clothing to almost 500 Indigent Individuals in Pangasinan, PH) in Partnership with Coloma-Quero Medical Clinic
Barangay Health Worker Training (provided first aid, ALS/BLS, CPR, Wound Care, and Splinting training to local healthcare workers, surf instructors, and Emergency Responders) & Play Therapy Mission (provided play therapy to children severely affected by Typhoon Odette), Siargao Island, Philippines, in partnership with Isla Medical Foundation
Free Medical Mission (Provided free medical Consultation & medication to 1,000+ victims of Typhon Odette and transportation for medical professional volunteers) in partnership with Heal Siargao
Clothing Distribution to Bukidnon Community (Provided clothes, shoes, Bedding, Blankets, and Spoons/Forks to 86 Families) in partnership with Team Open Hearts
Launched the Coronel-Endaya Foundation Shop via Bonfire fulfillment (See Link)
Virtual Attendance at the "30 years of Building Legacy Together: Biden-Harris Administration's Celebration of Filipino American History Month 2022"
Adult Diapers Distribution (two Balikbayan Boxes) to in-need families in siargao, Philippines, in partnership with HealSiargao and Isla Medical Foundation
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"The Coronel-Endaya Foundation has shown the ability to reach the lives of those in need through a variety of ways. They have scholarship programs, they have organized food drives to feed children in the Philippines, they have provided clothing to those in need, and many other efforts. The resources that the foundation receives are well utilized and will reach the hands of those that need them the most."
— Francis, 2020 & 2021 Donor
During Filipino-American History Month, October 2021, the Coronel Endaya Foundation was recognized as an Official Filipino-American Community Organization of Southern California by the Republic of the Philippines Philippine Consulate General, Los Angeles, California.