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American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines

The American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (AmCham) is a private, independent, non-profit association formed and dedicated to the promotion and development of trade, commerce, and industry of the United States of America in and with the Republic of the Philippines. It cultivates friendly relations between Americans and Filipinos, and facilitates the coordination of American business efforts geared to the Philippine nation's progress.

Chevron Philippines Inc.

Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI) is working with American Chamber Foundation Philippines Inc. to help public school teachers in Metro Manila and Davao to get the supplies they need for eligible STEM classroom projects.


Caltex Fuel Your School is a community campaign in which we donate P 1.00 for every 4 liter fuel purchase or more at participating Caltex stations to help fund eligible STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) classroom project.

Ford Philippines Inc.

Ford Philippines Inc. is a corporate partner of the AmCham Foundation


PMFTC Inc.

PMFTC, Inc. started its partnership with AmCham Foundation in 2006 through the implementation of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects to the tobacco farmers and there families as well as to other related PMPMI CSR related initiatives. In 2010, the partnership grew into more than a million pesos worth of grants to implement their CSR projects such as disaster response, health and access to free medicines, livelihood support and training activities, education related projects and environmental initiatives. For disaster response, about 30,000 families who were affected by man-made or natural calamities were provided for relief goods. More that 500,000 families across the country received free medicines and had access to health care. Several regions in the country were given livelihood trainings and equipments to improve the income of marginalized Filipinos. More than 15,000 students received school supplies and more than 10 schools were repaired, repainted and even built additional classrooms. More than 75% of AmCham Foundation projects and activities are PMPMI/PMFTC funded.

S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.

SC Johnson & Son, Inc. is a corporate partner of the AmCham Foundation in its Educational Assistance Program for poor but deserving Filipino youth. It has sent 5 to 10 youth for a vocational course at Don Bosco Technical Institute (DBTI) for about 11 years already. Every year they provide tuition and school miscellaneous fee, school uniform, monthly subsistence allowance as well as OJT allowance and other psycho-social activities.