Let’s make every child a Star

Join Our Social Responsibility


The Why

The harsh reality is that not all companies will last, but their contributions to society as a whole will. We believe it is our social responsibility as a company to create a better, more prosperous future for the Filipino people. We want the next generation of Filipino people to be able to create a better future for themselves and the generations to follow them.

The How

The plan to achieve our Why is through sponsored education. We’re going to help send qualified aspiring children to school. From start to finish. Through higher education, we want to enable the next generation of Filipinos to prosper financially, make informed decisions that will improve the quality of life, and hopefully pass on their blessing to the next kid who needs it.

Message from our President

“Some of the most intelligent and ambitious people I have met in the Philippines live in a shack on the side of the road. Where you live, and the clothes you wear should not dictate if you are deserving of an education or a chance to strive. We will not stand by and let the socioeconomic status quo hold down a potential star. One of these kids is likely to change the world as we know it. It starts with us; it begins in the communities we live and work in.”

The Why
  • One in Every 10 Filipinos Aged 6 to 24 years is an out-of-school child.
  • That is 3.8 Million out-of-school children a year.
  • A 2016 survey shows almost half a million reported in Central Luzon alone.
The How
  • For every 2 staff hired with Clark one child will be sent to school.
  • A full scholarship will be given to each child to finish K-12. Some will be offered a University education based on grades.
  • This scholarship includes a daily allowance, school supplies, and in some cases the family will also be given financial support.
  • Every client will be given photos and progress reports.
All Children will...
  • Start between ages 4-7 years old.
  • And their family will likely have little to no visible means of income or whose income is insufficient for family subsistence.
  • Be chosen from a community that one of our employees lives in. Zambales, Tarlac, Mabalacat, Orphanages, etc.

If we are the right fit, great – if we aren’t, we’ll point you in the right direction – how it should be

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