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What is Kalipay?

Kalipay Negrense Foundation Inc., is a non-profit foundation working for the causes of disadvantaged children – the homeless, physically and sexually abused, malnourished, out of school and special children. It hopes to break the cycle of hopelessness in the lives of disadvantaged children by providing shelter and food, health care and counseling and introducing them to education. The image of homeless, hopeless people who work and live on the streets is a familiar sight. Forced on the street by spirit – destroying poverty and family dysfunction – the ones who suffer the most are the children.

Kalipay Negrense Foundation Inc. was conceptualized by Ms. Anna C. Balcells and some friends in 2007 and was established as an urgent and concrete response to the growing number of abused and abandoned children in Negros Occidental.

Our Goal

No child should be on the streets,
No child should be hungry,
No child should be denied education and
No child should be subjected to violence

The Children We Help

Street Children
Victims of Child Trafficking
Victims of Child Labor
Sexually Abused
Physically Abused

We support all disadvantaged children regardless of their religion, gender, race or ethnicity.

Latest News

Glow Concert for the benefit of Kalipay

  We would like to invite you to watch Nonoy Zuñiga and Rey Valera’s concert on December 7 at SMX for the benefit of Kalipay.

AWCP Halloween Event

  Dear Friends of Kalipay and AWCP,     The 2017 AWCP annual charity event is guaranteed to be a "spook-tacular" evening with a Halloween Charity PARTY! on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at the Fairmont Raffles Makati Hotel. We anticipate over 225 attendees who will enjoy dinner, dancing, a silent auction and raffle, along with Halloween entertainment and prizes for the best costumes.
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Gerald Medical Bulletin 4

  Dear Friends,   I am rejoicing to share with all of you that after 16 days of admission at Corazon Locsin Montelibano Regional Hospital, our dear Gerald has finally been discharged. Everything seems to be very well with him. He is very much ambulatory and able to take care of himself. He was prescribed to continue his anti-biotics for 7 more days. Since the doctor did not provide diet res [ ... ]

Gerald Medical Bulletin 3

  Dear Friends,   Four Days after the operation, Gerald is doing well. Last Friday, his Intravenous Line was changed to heplock but he is still on Epidural Catheter with Ongoing drip of Ropivacaine to control pain with the attached Chest Thoracotomy Tube (CTT). Dr. Manlapao initially planned to remove his CTT last Saturday but he postponed it given that there were still secretions being dra [ ... ]

Gerald Medical Bulletin 2

    Dear Friends,
I am deeply humbled from all the support you have extended to Gerald. Our dear Gerald had his surgery earlier today at 7:30 am. He was placed under general anaesthesia through inhalation. The surgery was originally scheduled last Wednesday, but due to unavailability of the room to be used post-operatively, the doctor recommended to postpone the procedure to today.
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