Disaster Preparedness
Alagang Kapatid Foundation aims to provide a state of readiness to our chapatis to be able to contain or respond effectively and efficiently in a disaster and/or calamity by mounting preparedness drills, training of volunteers, equipping the team, collaboration with concerned agencies/organizations.
Disaster Response
Alagang Kapatid Foundation provides immediate assistance to communities or people affected by natural or man-made calamities and/or disasters or armed conflicts though the conduct of soup kitchen activities and distribution of relief goods complimented by services such as Libreng Charging, Libreng Tawag provided by our partners One Meralco Foundation and PLDT-SMART Foundation respectively.
Recover & Rehabilitation
Alagang Kapatid Foundation provides assistance to communities or people affected by natural or man-made calamities and/or disasters or armed conflicts through livelihood projects, school kits distribution to students and teachers, temporary shelter items, and other infrastructure projects.
Medical & Social Services
The Medical and Social Services Program of Alagang Kapatid Foundation seeks to provide medical assistance to indigent patients of government medical institutions needing immediate services.


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