To fight hunger and poverty by providing proper nutrition for poor children, as well as sustainable livelihood opportunities for their parents.
We envision a nation free from hunger and poverty, built through personal social responsibility and collaborative partnerships.
Negrense Volunteers for Change (NVC) Foundation, Inc. was established in August 2010 in Bacolod City, Philippines by private citizens who believe that by pooling the energies, resources, talents, and skills of individuals, we can bring about a better future for Filipinos.
We harness the power of private citizens to create positive and lasting change in their communities, towns and cities, and our country.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” –Margaret Mead, Anthropologist
NVC is a non-stock, non-profit organization registered under the Philippine Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
DSWD Registration No. DSWD-FO VI R-0000053-2011
SEC Registration No. CN201029061
in the power of the ordinary person to effect positive and powerful change
that every person is born with a mission, and each singular step is useful and important
that a single dedicated person, no matter what his or her situation may be, can make positive and lasting change in the community
that strength comes from individuals working together towards a common vision
in forging partnerships and alliances as a vehicle to strengthen the power of the individual
that the poor and underprivileged must find meaning and hope beyond their daily livelihood and trade
in helping the people and communities we serve to help themselves and in harnessing their power to become partners in the building of our nation
Milagros (Millie) Kilayko
Virgilio Roy Hojilla
Chief Executive Officer
Luis Jose Araneta
Accounting and Finance
Cleth Dizon Bulaong
Production and Manufacturing
Luis Jose Araneta
Victoria Grace Madalag
Development and External Affairs
Milette Regalado Cordero
Luis Jose Araneta
A LOVE NOTE THE LOVE TRAIL
For NVC Foundation, Inc, which turns ten years old this year, LOVE was always enough to get everything done.
Many times we were caught without the resources to accomplish a project, but always, without fail, a solution wrapped in love would arrive. At no time was this more pronounced than the first semester of 2020: a year which raised its curtains to the eruption of Taal Volcano and moved forward to the COVID-19 crisis.
An avalanche of the best of the human spirit, both from within the NVC Family as well as from donors and volunteers, sustained our emergency relief services from the distribution of Mingo Meals and farm-to-table Meal Bags which helped feed both the producers (small farmers and marginal fishermen) as well as the end users which were families who lost their earning capability due to lockdowns and quarantine. The production and provision of PPEs, propelled by volunteers, powered by donations from private individuals and driven by NVC to final distribution, allowed us to provide timely and adequate deliveries to the hospitals and health centers which needed them, were proofs of our adaptive capability in a collaborative setting.
This is our 4th edition of LOVE DELIVERS, our annual diary and gratitude journal. This is our thank you card to all those who have helped us bring NVC’s brand of love to 45 provinces across the Philippine archipelago. And this is our story book for those who wish to know us better. May you all feel the love, and may our stories keep your hearts burning too
MILLIE L. KILAYKO
Ateneo de Manila University conferred the Parangal Lingkod ng Sambayanan (Public Service Award) on NVC Foundation on November 22, 2022.
NVC was recognized as a valuable partner of DOST-FNRI during its diamond anniversary celebration on July 1, 2022 at the Manila Hotel.
NVC Foundation was one of the recipients of the 1st Kabalikat Achievement Award from the Department of Science and Technology at the Dusit Thani Manila Hotel in Makati City on July 27, 2018.
On November 5, 2014, NVC Foundation was given the Outstanding Negrense Award by the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental.