Over 10,000 Lives Touched
Throughout Insular Foundation’s 50 years of existence, it has helped 10,000 students achieve their dreams. In SY 2019-2020 alone 86 are enrolled under the program.
3,125 Volunteer Hours
In 2019, 3,125 volunteer hours have been rendered through various CSR projects such as the Gawad Kalinga Manggahan-Kawayanan SAGIP kids, bamboo planting activity, fun run, and other volunteer related activities.
1st Active Philippine Eagle Nest
In 2017, the first active Philippine Eagle nest was discovered in the Visayas area. The Philippine Eagle is listed as CRITICALLY ENDANGERED by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) with an estimated number of only 400 pairs left in the wild.
Shelter for 175 families
Through the partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), the Foundation has provided shelter kits to 25 families from Baggao, Cagayan Valley affected by Typhoon Ompong in 2018 and family kits to 150 families affected by the earthquakes that hit Mindanao in 2019.
P2,933,352.83 Funds Raised by Employees
InLifers raised funds for the Adopt-a-Scholar, Adopt-a-Family, Project Taal, and COVID-19 efforts to provide supplies needed by the Foundation's grade school scholars, families affected by the Mindanao earthquakes and Taal Volcano eruption, and aid in the battle against COVID-19.
News & Features
Insular Foundation recently launched the Chain of Protection, a program that gives free insurance and hospitalization coverage to 110,000 essential workers to help secure them in case they catch the COVID-19Read More
Insular Foundation provides PPEs and free insurance coverage to medical frontlinersRead More
Almost P2 million was raised in a week by employees of Insular Life and fund matching by the Insular Foundation, to provide assistance to those who were affected by the recent Taal Volcano eruptionRead More