SPECIAL GRANTS PROGRAM

 CORONEL-ENDAYA FOUNDATION 

Perhaps there is a family that needs help paying for next month’s electricity bill, so that their young children can continue with their online studies. Perhaps there is a person could use a helping hand in paying for groceries this week, because they have been so busy caring for others that they themselves cannot meet ends meet to eat. Perhaps there is a teacher that needs school supplies for her students. Perhaps there is a student in school trying to pursue his/her dreams, but needs help paying for that textbook or last exam for licensure. Perhaps even, there is someone that requires a surgery or a chemotherapy, but cannot pay for the remaining out-of-pocket expenses.

The CORONEL-ENDAYA FOUNDATION’s Special Grants Program wants to help people get from point A to point B, to help people with basic needs, to help save lives, to help pay generosity FORWARD. 

[2021 AWARDEES]

January 2021

In January 2021, the Coronel-Endaya Foundation granted TEN (10) boxes of A4 bond paper to Ramona S. Trillana High School. These papers will be used towards the educational modules necessary for the young students of Hagonoy, Bulacan, Philippines.

Coronel-Endaya Foundation Charitable Donations
Coronel-Endaya Foundation Charitable Donations
February 2021

In 2021, the fish net of the family of Magdalena Martin broke in Sitio Buga, Hagonoy, Bulacan, Philippines. This fish net was the primary source of food and livelihood of their family. They were unable to afford a new replacement, so in February 2021 the Coronel-Endaya Foundation granted them $100.00 for both the replacement of the fish net, and day to day expenses for food.

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June 2021

Mr. Genesis Trayco was diagnosed with Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Disease. In June 2021, the Coronel-Endaya Foundation granted Mr. Trayco $100.00 to directly pay for his medications and dialysis treatment.

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Aloe Vera Plant
July 2021

In 2021, Mariella Angela Hernandez Mendoza was diagnosed with Wilm's Tumor and needed a radical nephrectomy. Her family was unable to afford her medical bills. The Coronel-Endaya Foundation granted Mariella $100.00 for her medical and surgical treatment.

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Small Green Plants

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