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AUDF President Wilson "Dhee" de Ocampo (left) and Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles
The growth and development of every country depends largely on its available resources, its kind of leadership and governance, and the innate ability of its people to meet their basic needs and respond to the demands of modern times.
For Filipinos, this line of thought has been challenged many times over by socio-economic, political, cultural, religious and environmental forces. Home to more than 90 million people, the Philippines today is still a nation struggling to attain sustainable development and economic stability in the face of seemingly endless adversities.
Despite the well-meaning efforts of the Philippine government to provide accessible, basic social services to the people such as education, health, livelihood and infrastructure development, much more needs to be done to alleviate poverty and improve the lives of Filipinos.
This sad reality was the compelling reason that fueled the establishment of the Angeles University Development Foundation, Inc. (AUDF) 25 years ago on November 29, 1984. The core function of the AUDF is to provide management support and assist in acquiring financial grants to sustain the social development projects of Angeles University Foundation (AUF) and the AUF Medical Center (AUFMC), both private non-stock, non-profit institutions based in Angeles City, Philippines.
AUDF was granted recognition by the US Treasury Department on August 23, 1985 to receive donations and be exempted from paying federal taxes.Now on its 26th year, the AUDF continues to hold the torch of hope for many Filipinos who dream of obtaining quality education and healthcare, through various development programs
Disaster Response Operations
DISASTER RESPONSE : SAGIP KAPATID 2009
DISASTER RESPONSE : SAGIP KAPATID 2006
(Victims of TYPHOON CALOY on May 13, 2006)
DISASTER RESPONSE : SAGIP KAPATID 2004
(FOR VICTIMS OF TYPHOON YOYONG)
DISASTER RESPONSE : SAGIP KAPATID 2000
(FOR EVACUEES OF MT. MAYON ERUPTION)
DISASTER RESPONSE : SAGIP KAPATID 1995
(MT. PINATUBO ERUPTION EVACUEES)