FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

How does FEED select its projects?

FEED Inc. has developed criteria to ensure we work where there is the greatest need and where we can have the greatest impact in education and environmental initiatives. For e.g. FEED considers international development indicators such as matching curriculum/syllabus to the needs of individuals, quality of education, long-term stability, etc. With regards partners, we seek individuals and organizations willing to work in collaboration with FEED to improve people’s lives through sponsored education.

For more information, contact us.

How does FEED choose its sponsorship beneficiaries?

As with choice of schools, FEED has criteria to ensure we work where there is the greatest need in sponsoring education where we can have the greatest impact, for example in rural communities in dire need of supporting individuals with high potential and a proven and inherent interest in contributing towards sustainable development in the Philippines. Once need is established, family and community commitment are also required to participate actively in bringing about lasting change.

For more information, see Scholarships.

Where is FEED Inc. registered as a Foundation?

The management and operations of FEED Inc.’s central organization advocate accountability and transparency in their work ethic and with individual and institutional relations across FEED’s organization, in compliance with Philippine Security & Exchange Commission standards for a non-stock, non- profit organization.

For more information, see Incorporation.

How much of my money goes towards FEED Inc.’s development projects?

100% of the funds raised by FEED Inc. go towards the implementation of its initiatives.

What are the Sponsorship Opportunities, How can I help?

Sponsors receive regular progress reports from FEED Inc. Sponsorship donations are used directly to sponsor the individual’s education, which improves the quality of lives of their families as well as the curricula of established education providers in the Philippines, such as The University of the Philippines, Los Banos. Sponsorship is therefore one of the most transparent, sustainable systems for helping whole communities lift themselves out of poverty and securing a family’s ability to provide their children access to the right to education and a better future. Most of our sponsors choose to make a commitment to donating money over a long-term period, providing a reliable source of funding for FEED Inc.

For more information, see Engagement Activities.

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