A Class of Your Own

A Class of Your Own supports 25 underprivileged students enrolled in a long-term, comprehensive scholarship program at the Center of Excellence in Public Elementary Education (CENTEX) in Tondo, Manila. The project has since grown to support 150 CENTEX students through a feeding program.

A+ Arts and Athletics

A+ Arts and Athletics: A Day at the Museum gives children from various public schools and child-caring agencies an opportunity to enjoy a day of science and exploration at The Mind Museum in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.

A+ Arts and Athletics: Mining for National Treasures aims to provide opportunities for holistic growth to students through the cultivation of their artistic talents. Through the mastery of musical instruments and the performing arts, students can develop their productivity and self-discipline, and in time grow into well-rounded individuals.

A+ Arts and Athletics: Science Beyond the Classroom is a program that brings public school students and children from various child-caring agencies to the Philippine Science Centrum, the country’s first hands-on, interactive science museum, in Marikina City.

Basic Education for Scholastic Transformation

The Basic Education for Scholastic Transformation project (BEST) supports a batch of bright students from low-income families at the Mano Amiga Academy in Taguig City. Through BEST, the educational needs of the children shall be provided for them until they finish elementary school.

Bayanihang Pampaaralan

Bayanihang Pampaaralan is the nationwide classroom-building initiative of Children’s Hour in cooperation with the Department of Education that aims to address the shortage of public school classrooms in the Philippines.

Children’s Hour Learning Complex – Calauan

Located in Site 2, Southville 7, Calauan, Laguna, the Children’s Hour Learning Complex houses 10 classrooms, a multi-purpose hall, a clinic, and other amenities for the benefit of 750 children from various nearby communities. The complex aims to provide a space where children in Calauan can receive quality education and health services.

CommUnity Through Literacy

“CommUnity Through Literacy” is another long-term CH program that serves students in poor and far-flung areas by providing quality educational tools and reading programs to help them perform their best at school. Pre- and post-diagnostic tests, workbooks, teachers’ training, and seminars for the children’s parents are given to help the students reach their full academic potential.

Empowering Persons with Visual Impairment

Through development programs, comprehensive medical services, and rehabilitation, Empowering Persons with Visual Impairment aims to improve the social inclusion and independence of children with multiple disabilities and visual impairment in Mindanao.


Eskuwelaro is a holistic education program and curriculum especially designed for and implemented at the Children’s Hour Learning Complex in Calauan, Laguna. Through Eskuwelaro, young students receive early childhood care and supplementary nutrition through feeding programs

Share a Classroom

Share a Classroom aims to provide a safe venue for nursery and elementary school students in far-flung areas prone to natural calamities. Not only will the classroom serve as a disaster-resilient space for lessons and after-school programs, but it will also serve as an emergency shelter for nearby communities during storms.

St. Bernard Education Trust Fund

The St. Bernard Education Trust Fund (SBETF) supports child victims orphaned by the 2006 Southern Leyte mudslide that buried Guinsaugon village in the town of St. Bernard, Leyte. SBETF provides educational support for its beneficiaries until they graduate high school.

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