Our Mission

To improve the lives of the communities we serve through meaningful engagements and long-term commitments with the vision of significantly contributing to the development of the Philippines and thereby uplift the quality of the life of every Filipino.

Our CSR Philosophy 

Metro Pacific Investments envisions to create a holistically beneficial impact among its businesses, its employees, its stakeholders, and the environment, going beyond the interests of its firms by embracing responsibility for its companies’ actions and mindfully integrating CSR into its business model. MPI Foundation’s (MPIF) strategic programs have evolved throughout its thirteen years of existence, now geared towards four fronts of Social Infrastructure: Education, Environment, Economic Empowerment, and Calamity Response & Relief Operations. In line with Metro Pacific Investments Corporation’s (MPIC) commitment to nation-building and its pledge to improve the lives of the Filipino people, MPIF seeks to be the heart of MPIC’s efforts in infrastructure development by empowering and uplifting the most vulnerable sectors.

MPIF is committed to implementing its programs to benefit both communities, organizations, families, and individuals in areas which MPIC portfolio companies operate, as well as areas outside its immediate business interests. As MPIC continues to progress and expand, MPIF will likewise resume its involvement in transformative legacy projects and contribution towards institutionalizing impactful, sustainable programs.

MPIF is a constituent of Tulong Kapatid, the corporate social responsibility alliance of the Manuel V. Pangilinan (MVP) group of companies. It has a Board of Trustees and is collectively managed by MVP group representatives with the objective of complementing MPIC’s investment and management strategy in physical infrastructure and public services by helping to alleviate poverty, provide high-quality educational opportunities for children and promote protection and conservation of our natural environment.


Shore It Up!

Our Shore It Up environmental program was established in 2007.

To work with municipalities on cleaning up, restoring and protecting valuable ecosystems in coastal areas so they can fulfil their potential for eco-tourism

Environmental rescue, restoration and revival
Community engagement through Mangrove Propagation and Information Centers in Alaminos and Del Carmen (with another one under development in Cordova)
Capacity building for partnership organizations such as scuba diving scholarship program and similar initiatives


Mano Amiga

MANO AMIGA is a non-profit organization established in 2008 that has developed into a highly impactful social development program with support from MPIF.

To provide quality education for children from low-income families

Annual Php1 million scholarship grant for 30 scholars from the Mano Amiga Academy— the same 30 scholars that have been supported since Kindergarten and are currently in Grade 8
Annual Php500,000 teacher training and benefits support including training sessions four times a year

Puno Ng Pag-Ibig

Translated as “Tree of Love” or “Filled with Love”— is the annual upcycling competition we hold each December to remind our Parent Company employees about the importance of reducing waste while having fun and working together to produce the best upcycled Christmas tree from office materials. In 2018, we donated our upcycled Christmas trees to beneficiary organizations, including Saint Rita Orphanage and the Philippine Children’s Medical Center, together with gifts and snacks so that the children could celebrate the festive season.

Brigada Eskwela

Several of our operating companies support the Department of Education’s annual maintenance week known as “Brigada Eskwela” to help public schools prepare for the opening of the new school year.

Support for COVID-19 Frontliners

In honoring the personal sacrifices and challenges of frontliners, MPIF has donated over Php4.7M worth of virus specimen collection tubes, PPEs such as nitrile gloves, goggles, and coveralls, and vitamins to the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) and the Philippine Genome Center. 200 PPEs, 100 boxes of Clusivol, and 10 Tulip Tabletop Water Filters were also donated to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. MPIC/MPIF also procured 1,000 full PPE kits with surgical face masks,N95 face masks, disposable head caps, disposable shoe covers, disposable coveralls, disposable surgical gowns, and anti-fog goggles to be donated to several hospitals and healthcare centers within the region.

Relief Distribution for Impoverished Communities

In response to the Enhanced Community Quarantine due to the COVID pandemic, MPIF has organized a distribution of      relief assistance packages for the overlooked and impoverished communities in Novaliches and Payatas. Reaching out to over 1,500 families, MPIF’s distributed packages contained hygiene kits, food, and bread that would help beneficiaries  sustain themselves for the rest of the quarantine. This activity was fulfilled in partnership with Unilever Philippine, Nutriline Inc. MetroPac Movers, Inc. and Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Inc.


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