Every day, Virlanie helps the street children in our homes and in the poorest communities. With your donations, we were able to help more than 17.000 children since 1992.

Thank you for your support.

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Donate via credit card (Visa and Mastercard) or through DragonPay (Philippine Banks and non-traditional outlets).

Virlanie Foundation, Inc. shall not disclose any personal information without your consent and shall retain this information over a period of ten years for the effective implementation and management of Virlanie campaigns.

DSWD Permit No: DSWD-SB-SP-00094-2020

Area of Coverage: Philippines

You can also donate via PayPal! 

Bank Transfer
Virlanie’s Bank Account Details:
Name: Virlanie Foundation, Inc.
Bank Name: Banco de Oro – Vito Cruz Branch
US Dollar Account No.: 104580108577
Peso Account No.: 004580002426
Euro Account No.: 304580112833
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Payable to Virlanie Foundation, Inc.
Office Address:
Virlanie Foundation, Inc.
4055 Yague Street, Barangay Singkamas
1204 Makati City, Philippines.

In-kind Donations

Being a non-profit organization, Virlanie Foundation relies on the generous help of its friends to support its mission to take care and look after street children.

Below are the general needs of Virlanie, which you may opt to address. To have more details, you can contact our Admin Manager:


Canned goods (sardines, tuna, corned beef, meatloaf)
Condiments (cooking oil, soy sauce, vinegar, fish sauce, sugar, creamer)
Formula Milk (Pediasure for 0-3 years old, Pediasure for 4-7 years old, Nestogen 1, 2 & 3, NAN, Bonamil, Nido Fortigrow, Bearbrand)


Laundry soap (powdered detergent and bars)
Dishwashing soap
Diapers (EQ Diaper Large, EQ Diaper XL, EQ Diaper XXL, Surebuy Adult Diaper)
Tissue paper


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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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