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More Lives, One Mission, One Vision

For 20 years now, Sorok Uni Foundation has been actively helping Persons Affected by Leprosy, Homeless and Displaced Families and Individuals, Underprivileged Children, and Disadvantaged Indigenous People in the Philippines.

For the first half of 2022, SUFI was able to help almost 2,000 individuals through the following programs and services:

  • Provision of toiletries and hygiene kits to Persons Affected with Leprosy in MCS General Hospital and Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital

  • Scholarship Assistance to Sorok Dream Project scholars

  • Modular learning to Child Development Center pupils

  • Weekend feeding homeless and displaced individuals

  • Medical assistance to  beneficiaries with special needs

  • Mitigating the Digital Divide in Education on Ethnic Minority Mangyan in the Philippines (Digital Literacy Project in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro)

  • Provision of livestock to qualified families and individual under the Housing Assistance under Project New Life

  • Psychological assistance under the Kaagapay Mental Health

  • Cash for work opportunities for Persons affected by Leprosy in Region IV-A 

  • Medical services during the 20th Anniversary Medical Missions held in NCR, Region IV-A,and Region IX 

Sorok Short Film Festival launched Likharunungan 2022, its first-ever online creative workshop series. These workshops aim to empower participants, both young and old, about innovations in the creative industry. 

Sorok Uni Foundation’s initial programs focused on helping Persons Affected by Leprosy, which later on extended to Homeless and Displaced Families and Individuals, Underprivileged Filipino Children, and Disadvantaged Indigenous People of the Philippines.

In the coming months, our goal is to provide better quality services to our beneficiaries through improved policies and additional  programs to cater more sectors in need. SUFI also has fundraising activities lined up to gather funds for the ongoing and planned services. These include Sorok Virtual Run, Sorok Short Film Festival, Sorok Dream Project Sponsor-a-Dream, Sorok Donation Box, and Sorok Christmas Cheer.  


We are grateful for the support of the donors, sponsors, partners, and volunteers who helped us carry out the first half. We are looking forward to a continued partnership and commit to working extra mile to achieve A Philippines without Forgotten Neighbors. Tara, tulong tayo!

#EMPOWER2REBUILD: SUFI at 20

For 20 years now, Sorok Uni Foundation has been actively helping Persons Affected by Leprosy, Homeless and Displaced Families and Individuals, Underprivileged Children, and Disadvantaged Indigenous People in the Philippines.

For the first half of 2022, SUFI was able to help almost 2,000 individuals through the following programs and services:

  • Provision of toiletries and hygiene kits to Persons Affected with Leprosy in MCS General Hospital and Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital

  • Scholarship Assistance to Sorok Dream Project scholars

  • Modular learning to Child Development Center pupils

  • Weekend feeding homeless and displaced individuals

  • Medical assistance to  beneficiaries with special needs

  • Mitigating the Digital Divide in Education on Ethnic Minority Mangyan in the Philippines (Digital Literacy Project in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro)

  • Provision of livestock to qualified families and individual under the Housing Assistance under Project New Life

  • Psychological assistance under the Kaagapay Mental Health

  • Cash for work opportunities for Persons affected by Leprosy in Region IV-A 

  • Medical services during the 20th Anniversary Medical Missions held in NCR, Region IV-A,and Region IX 

In the coming months, our goal is to provide better quality services to our beneficiaries through improved policies and additional  programs to cater more sectors in need. SUFI also has fundraising activities lined up to gather funds for the ongoing and planned services. These include Sorok Virtual Run, Sorok Short Film Festival, Sorok Dream Project Sponsor-a-Dream, Sorok Donation Box, and Sorok Christmas Cheer.  


We are grateful for the support of the donors, sponsors, partners, and volunteers who helped us carry out the first half. We are looking forward to a continued partnership and commit to working extra mile to achieve A Philippines without Forgotten Neighbors. Tara, tulong tayo!

#EMPOWER2REBUILD: SUFI at 20

Sorok Uni Foundation’s initial programs focused on helping Persons Affected by Leprosy, which later on extended to Homeless and Displaced Families and Individuals, Underprivileged Filipino Children, and Disadvantaged Indigenous People of the Philippines.

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Sorok Short Film Festival launched Likharunungan 2022, its first-ever online creative workshop series. These workshops aim to empower participants, both young and old, about innovations in the creative industry. 

More Lives, One Mission, One Vision

For 20 years now, Sorok Uni Foundation has been actively helping Persons Affected by Leprosy, Homeless and Displaced Families and Individuals, Underprivileged Children, and Disadvantaged Indigenous People in the Philippines.

For the first half of 2022, SUFI was able to help almost 2,000 individuals through the following programs and services:

  • Provision of toiletries and hygiene kits to Persons Affected with Leprosy in MCS General Hospital and Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital

  • Scholarship Assistance to Sorok Dream Project scholars

  • Modular learning to Child Development Center pupils

  • Weekend feeding homeless and displaced individuals

  • Medical assistance to  beneficiaries with special needs

  • Mitigating the Digital Divide in Education on Ethnic Minority Mangyan in the Philippines (Digital Literacy Project in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro)

  • Provision of livestock to qualified families and individual under the Housing Assistance under Project New Life

  • Psychological assistance under the Kaagapay Mental Health

  • Cash for work opportunities for Persons affected by Leprosy in Region IV-A 

  • Medical services during the 20th Anniversary Medical Missions held in NCR, Region IV-A,and Region IX 

In the coming months, our goal is to provide better quality services to our beneficiaries through improved policies and additional  programs to cater more sectors in need. SUFI also has fundraising activities lined up to gather funds for the ongoing and planned services. These include Sorok Virtual Run, Sorok Short Film Festival, Sorok Dream Project Sponsor-a-Dream, Sorok Donation Box, and Sorok Christmas Cheer.  


We are grateful for the support of the donors, sponsors, partners, and volunteers who helped us carry out the first half. We are looking forward to a continued partnership and commit to working extra mile to achieve A Philippines without Forgotten Neighbors. Tara, tulong tayo!

Sorok Uni Foundation’s initial programs focused on helping Persons Affected by Leprosy, which later on extended to Homeless and Displaced Families and Individuals, Underprivileged Filipino Children, and Disadvantaged Indigenous People of the Philippines.

Sorok Short Film Festival launched Likharunungan 2022, its first-ever online creative workshop series. These workshops aim to empower participants, both young and old, about innovations in the creative industry. 

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