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Founded in the midst of a global pandemic, the Coronel-Endaya Foundation is a non-profit corporation that is dedicated to funding and delivering charitable services. We assist in the furthering of education, and lend a helping hand in promoting and providing financial support for indigent and under-served individuals. We received our 501(c)3 status in October 2020, during National Filipino-American History Month.


To date, we have bestowed scholarships to young students, provided printers and papers to schools, extended aid to indigenous people, helped feed more than 500 children, and have donated more than 2,000lbs of clothes, shoes, blankets, toys, and school supplies to those in need.

How We Help



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To assist in the furthering of education, and to lend a helping hand in promoting and providing financial support for indigent, underserved individuals and communities.

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To make a difference in people’s lives by providing opportunity, to transform lives, and to be a trusted philanthropic leader in the communities we serve.


"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.

Official Recognition