Kain Tayo Pilipinas is supported by a coalition of well-established Foundations, Non-Governmental Organizations and Development Partners who have made it their life mission to create development programs devoted to feeding, educating and caring for Filipino families  all over the Philippines.

ABS CBN Foundation

ABS CBN FOUNDATION established Nutri Pan de Kapamilya bakeries in schools with the help of its partners to address malnutrition by providing freshly baked and nutrient dense bread to young children while providing livelihood to the community. Has developed information, education and communication materials that teach parents, children and the communities on Child Rearing, Caring and Protection. This also aims to improve the condition of each child from nutrition, education and holistic development.


As part of Gawad Kalinga, Kusina ng Kalinga (KnK) goes to where the children are: in communities, in public schools, in the streets, and in conflict or disaster-stricken areas. KnK kitchens are also hubs for bayanihan by building caring communities for the youth. To date, over 2,270,364 meals have been served from over 180 active care kitchens across the country.


KAPUSO FOUNDATION enrolls children suffering from severe malnutrition in a 120-day sustained feeding program under Give-A-Gift in coordination with the National Nutrition Council.

Kabisig ng Kalahi

Founded in 2001 in partnership with DSWD for its pioneering Supplemental Feeding Program (SFP)- community based. SFP is a well-structured program with baseline data, monthly monitoring, and terminal result. The collated yearly terminal result showed awesome success. SFP carries with it community building component with social preparation, civic values formation and nutrition education. It paved the way for SFP school-based partnership with DepEd, DTI-National Competitiveness Council with the added goal of developing the human resource capital of the country. KNK program reach is nationwide. Covid 19 brought about a much needed platform called Food Share Program (FSP) where covid 19 result of hunger, malnutrition, loss of jobs, education issues, etc. are some of the poverty issues addressed. FSP is designed as a Private/Public partnership and currently successfully running in Metro Manila and Calabarzon. Next target MIMAROPA is now undergoing groundwork preparation.

Philippine International Aid (PIA)

Philippine International Aid (PIA) was established in 1986 as a non-profit in San Francisco, California under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Its primary mission is to provide educational assistance to marginalized and special children in the Philippines — street children, deaf, blind and autistic children, sexually abused and commercially trafficked children, at-risk youth and indigenous children. PIA sends 2,500 children in the Philippines to school every year. The organization has also provided educational support to Filipino Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Project Pearls

Founded in 2010, Project PEARLS is a non-profit organization duly registered in the State of California in the United States and the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Philippines. Giving “Peace, Education, Aspiration, Respect, Love, and Smiles” or PEARLS is their foremost advocacy. Their programs are focused on Education & Literacy, Healthcare & Nutrition, and Empowerment through Skills Development. To ensure beneficiaries receive one healthy meal not scavenged from garbage, they serve breakfast to children and the elderly daily.

Rise Against Hunger

Rise Against Hunger Philippines is a member of the global confederation of Rise Against Hunger, an international hunger relief organization that distributes food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable, mobilizing the necessary resources to end hunger by 2030. All RAH meals are packaged by volunteers and designed to provide a comprehensive array of micronutrients with enriched rice, soy protein, dried vegetables and 20 essential vitamins and nutrients.

United Nations World Food Programme

A recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020, the UN World Food Programme helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters by encouraging self-sufficiency through food, cash and logistics assistance and capacity building activities to achieve food security and nutrition.