The Henry V. Moran Foundation (THVMF) is a non-profit organization which was established in 2009 as a means of helping improve the plight of the poor through community development, education, and livelihood. Known, mostly for it's football programs, the foundation has made it possible, in the past, for the Philippines to send teams to international events such as the Homeless World Cup in Melbourne, Australia (2008) and Milan, Italy (2009); and to the Streetchild World Cup in Durban, South Africa (2010).
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Sagada Art Club Festival
After bringing art sessions to 550 kids in 19 Barangays, the Sagada Art Club invited the top 100 kids to paint on a huge canvas: size 1 meter wide x 12 meters long. The 100 kids turned the softball field into their outdoor studio. Teachers Miriam, Gretchen and Cesar guided the kids as they worked the canvas. The finished art work was then brought to the Sagada SPED CENTER where it was wrapped around the structure and where it remains displayed. Lunch for all was treated by Vice Mayor Ben who has supported the club from day one.
Sagada Futsal Club
Sagada is better known countrywide for it's baseball and softball teams. But as lovers of football, The Moran Foundation decided to start a futsal program to help promote and develop football in the country. The program is supported by Vice Mayor Ben Capuyan (LGU), the Philippine Football Federation, and the Cordillera Region Football Association.
WE LOVE DAY CARES!
The Special Olympics
Marlon is mentally-challenged. He lives in Elsie Gaches Village, a center for about 700 mentally challenged persons. The Henry V. Moran Foundation helped organize a football program for the boys and girls at Elsie Gaches. And through that program, the foundation was able to send a team to represent the Philippines at the Special Olympics Australia 2013.
Liga Eskwela Futsal Program
60 Public Elementary Schools
6 School Divisions
Makati ♦ Mandaluyong ♦ Manila ♦ Muntinlupa ♦ Pasig ♦ Quezon City
DISCIPLINE + HARD WORK
Football for Good
Developing character, skill, and self-confidence in the nation's youth through football.
Homeless Football Festival
The Homeless Football Festival was a 1-day event in April 2009 organized by Urban Opportunities for Change Foundation, the La Salle Green Hills Football Program and the Moran Foundation. It had a feeding program for 700 kids who played and a short entertainment program featuring clowns from the USA. The feeding program was participated by 30 Ninongs & Ninangs.