Established in 2008, AHA! (Angels Here Abound) Learning Center provides a free after-school program for public school kids, servicing over 2,000 students in the last ten years. Its flagship program, Excellent English program, is an English proficiency class. AHA is largely run by volunteers.
Rise Against Hunger is an organization that envisions a world without hunger. They pack and produce nutritious meals annually to their distributed partners around the world so that it may reach the most vulnerable communities. As of 2018, they have already served 794,700 people globally and is continuously doing so.
SEED (The School for Experiential and Entrepreneurial Development) is a registered educational institution under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and was licensed as the first institution to develop and offer the Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship. They equip students with the competencies to create social businesses that will help communities and rural areas develop through job and wealth creation.
Diamond Hotel Manila is a five-star hotel conveniently located near Manila Bay. It's only a few minutes away from the Manila International Airport, convention centers, cultural sites, historical landmarks, and shopping destinations.
Owned by San Miguel Properties, Inc., Makati Diamond Residences is a luxury hotel located in the central business district of Makati, Philippines. This makes it accessible to multinational corporations, shopping centers, and other offices.
Give A Textbook (GAT) Foundation is a non-proft organization based in Melbourne that distributes books throughout the Philippines. GAT is graciously extending its help to San Miguel's Better World Community - specifically, the AHA learning center through textbook donations.
Adarna Group Foundation's work is premised on a concern for all Filipino children, a strong love of country, and the belief that literacy of a country's citizens is a key element in a country's growth. Its flagship program is Unang Aklat, a two-year early literacy program for children 0-3, their parents, municipality leaders and development workers. Other programs are Barangay Early Literacy Program, Read sa RHU (Rural Health Unit) and Unang Aklatan, an initiative to start early reader libraries in rural health units.
Waves for Water is a humanitarian non-profit that believes that access to clean water is a fundamental human right. San Miguel has been a longtime partner of Waves for Water, providing water filters and clean water solutions to remote communities in water-scarce areas.