Give 2 Achieve

Give 2 Achieve is Virlanie Foundation’s signature campaign for education. Every year, we call on our supporters to join together to help every child learn. This year, we prepared an exciting way to support Virlanie children’s education since the pandemic has created a NEW NORMAL way of educating our children.

This is also another time of the year where we express our voice for INCLUSIVE EDUCATION.

Envisioning a world where each child is

loved, protected, and empowered

to become a responsible individual

Helping all children

reach their full potential and reintegrate into society

Transforming lives

of the most disadvantaged children through a holistic approach


Our mission is to love, protect, and empower the most disadvantaged children to help them reach their full potential and reintegrate into society

SINCE 1992

For more than 25 years, we have given back the smiles to 17,000 street children. Our efforts are focused on more sustainable programs for marginalized families to prevent the cycle of intergenerational poverty.


Children Beneficiaries

Families Served


Virlanie’s work is based on key areas we call our “7 Pillars”


Our community-based programs work to prevent children and youth from being at risk or in conflict with the law.


Empower children, youth, and families to come out the streets.


Children and youth who are at risk are placed and raised in age-age-appropriate homes with a family-oriented environment that fosters a sense of belonging and identity.


Our medical and health programs help children and youth thrive in their physical development.


The children and youth in our care are sent to schools to give them a competitive advantage in securing their future.


We work to reunite children and youth with their families, or shepherd their integration into society.


Virlanie actively promotes and lobbies Congress and policymakers on behalf of children’s rights.


Keeping the boredom away: Elizabeth Home gets creative through awareness jingles

As the second installment continues with our young girls of Virlanie Elizabeth Home, the girls remain active during these trying times by squeezing their creative juices further. Aside from their viral video where they choreographed a dance cover from the song...

Why do we need Inclusive Education?

“Regular schools with inclusive orientation are the most effective means of combating discrimination, creating welcoming communities, building an inclusive society and achieving education for all.” -Salamanca Statement, Article 2 According to the press release...

Giving up is not an option: The Story of Teresita Tuazon

Teresita visited the Virlanie office in Makati, last June 16, 2020. She is like any ordinary girl who wears a nice simple dress, a pair of wedged sandals, and wears accessories to accentuate her beauty. That day, she was accompanied by her mom that served as her eyes....

Quarantine Goals: Virlanie beneficiaries participate in Livelihood Skills Training

The youth of Ella Yallah, home for young boys participated in a Livelihood Skills Training last June 15, 2020. They are taught how to make the Filipino bread called Pan de sal. The livelihood skills training was spearheaded by Teacher Del Abequebel, the Training Lead...

How Ready is Virlanie for the New Normal?

As new normal is becoming a trend after the pandemic, many institutions are now looking for new ways to do transactions and doing businesses. As a child-caring institution, how ready is Virlanie for this new trend that will benefit to the safety, health, and welfare...

Productivity during Quarantine: Elizabeth Home participates in a Slogan and Poster Making Contest

Last May 12, 2020, Virlanie Elizabeth Home for young girls took part in an in-house slogan and poster making contest in line with the current situation on COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. Ma. Cristina Combo, Virlanie Family Reunification Program Coordinator organized the said...

Belgian NGO Enfance Tiers Monde (ETM): a key partner of Virlanie since 1994

Last April, 5, 2020, Enfance Tiers Monde (ETM), a Belgian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and major partner of Virlanie since 1994, granted our Solidarity Against COVID19 campaign a financial support amounting to 1,000 EUR (55,140 PHP) in order to fund Virlanie’s...

Solidarity Against COVID-19: A Campaign for Virlanie Street Families

Solidarity Against COVID-19 is a Virlanie emergency campaign that aims to give support to the affected street families amidst the threats of COVID-19. The Enhanced Community Quarantine implemented by the government has affected many Filipino families, mostly those who...

Virlanie welcomes Love Añover as its Virlanie Champion

One of the Philippines known TV Host, Eat Girl and Traffic Girl, Love Añover joined the Virlanie Foundation, Inc. family as one of its champions. During her visit, Love Añover explained why she is not hesitant to become a Virlanie Champion. “I was in the Probe Team...

How to Protect Children from Online Sexual Exploitation (OSEC)

Community quarantines are currently imposed by governments amidst the COVID-19 epidemic. The accessibility to get our basic needs such as food, and other forms of services are currently limited as we must quarantine ourselves at home to avoid the possibility of...


Stronghold Virtual Race: A run for Inclusive Education

In celebration of Give2Achieve, the signature Education campaign of Virlanie Foundation, Inc., we invite you to join us run for Inclusive Education in partnership with VirtualRacePH. We introduce to you #Stronghold a run for inclusive education. As early as now, you...

Bayanihan: A fundraising gig for Filipino street children

Join us this November 22 for Bayanihan fundraising gig for Filipino Street Children. This is your chance to enjoy the season of giving by engaging yourself to become a child advocate through music!Bayanihan means coming together towards one goal: protect, love and...

Get Lit! 2.0: Engaging NGOs in Social Entrepreneurship

Join us for this year’s Get Lit! 2.0: Engaging NGOs in Social Entrepreneurship happening on October 29, 2019, from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM at Commune Café PH! Get Lit 2.0: Engaging NGOs in Social Entrepreneurship is a whole day event offering keynote speeches, sharing, and...

IncluED 2019: Inclusive Education Dialogues

Join us for this year’s IncluED 2019: Inclusive Education Dialogues happening on July 25, 2019, from 1:00 - 4:30 PM at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde! IncluEd: Inclusive Education Dialogues is a half-day forum that aims to bring awareness and create meaningful...

Get Lit!: Engaging the Youth in Social Entrepreneurship Seminar-Workshop

Are you a social entrepreneur or wishing to be one? Are you from an NGO who wants to build a social enterprise? Or are you someone who wants more youth to be involved in social entrepreneurship? Come and join us this June 22 for free discussions and workshops with...

Health for All, One for Health: A Forum on Universal Health Care for Children

When: April 5, 2019; Friday Where: Islas Pinas, Pasay City, Metro Manila Event Program Time Activity 1:00-1:30 PM Registration 1:35-1:40 Opening Remarks 1:40-2:00 The Universal Health Care Act Atty. Harry Roque, Universal Healthcare Bill Proponent 2:00-2:20 State of...

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Virlanie Foundation

Virlanie Foundation is a private, non-profit organization reaching out to street children in the Philippines. Virlanie cares for children in need of special protection—those who are abandoned, abused, exploited, neglected, orphaned, and among the poorest of the poor.




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