ABOUT MT FOUNDATION
A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER,
The Mango Tours Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims to provide support for the poor and needy Filipino people through sponsorships, especially children, and senior citizens. It seeks to accomplish this through charitable, religious, civic, and educational means or by whichever ethical approach necessary. At Mango Tours Foundation, we are committed to giving back to our local community. It is in our responsibility to create an impact on society in general through the consideration and upholding of human rights. We focus on improving the lives of those in dire need of assistance, and in contributing to the continued development of the economic, social, and environmental aspect.
The goal of the Mango Tours Foundation is to uplift the lives of the underprivileged members of the Philippine community such as orphaned children and abandoned senior citizens. This could be in the form of education for bright and talented young individuals or medical/dental missions for the needy.
At Mango Tours Foundation, we aim to inspire and transform lives of fellow Filipinos
1 in every 5 Filipinos
to eradicate malnutrition and meet the basic nutritional needs of unprivileged Filipino children
to provide educational opportunity in order to gain skills and knowledge that will help improve the future generation
49% of 93.45 million beneficiaries are indigents
to sponsor the health assistance that the poverty-stricken citizens deserve
Upholding its commitment to supporting learning and empowering the next generation of leaders, the Mango Tours Foundation has chosen three educational institutions--Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Lucban Academy, and Sta. Elena Elementary School, as beneficiaries of its scholarship program. READ MORE
50,000 pesos were donated to Sta. Elena Elementary School in Bicol, which was then used to purchase four televisions to be used in learning activities of the students.
Scholarship Programs for 17 students of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Manila and 12 students of the Lucban Academy in Quezon.
Food packs and vitamins were donated to more than 80 frontliners stationed at checkpoints in Caloocan and Quezon City, Philippines.
Mango Tours Foundation donated 80 pcs of Personal Protective Equipment (face shields) to our medical front-liners at the St. Luke's Medical Hospital in the Philippines.
10th Annual Bayanihan Cup (Vallejo, CA)
9th Annual Bayanihan Cup (Morgan Hill, CA)
8th Annual Bayanihan Cup (Vallejo, CA)
Johnny Francisco's Birthday Celebration
7th Annual Bayanihan Cup (Vallejo, CA)
"We encourage all Filipinos in the US to get involved. Together, we can make a BIG difference to uplift the lives of these Filipinos."
- Johnny Francisco, Mango Tours Foundation Founder
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Juan Francisco III