Muntinlupa Development Foundation (MDF) is a non-stock, non-profit organization founded in 1986 by Muntinlupa residents. It was established to help uplift the social and economic conditions of the Muntinlupa communities by:
- Generating and mobilizing resources
- Developing linkages and alliances with various sectors and organizations with similar purposes; and
- Supporting and undertaking programs that promote self-reliance and economic empowerment.
MDF has been a strong partner of the local government, international and local organizations and even individuals in implementing programs in the following areas:
Program Partners through the Years
- Livelihood and Employment
- Health and Nutrition
American Women’s Club
Amkor Technology Phils., Inc.
Asian Development Bank-Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction
Association of Foundations
Ayala Alabang Village Association
Bato Balani Foundation Inc.
CDI Sakata Inx Corporation
City Government of Muntinlupa
Department of Social Welfare and Development
E. Zobel Foundation
EMS Components Assembly, Inc. (EMS-CAI)
FIF Foundation Inc.
Foundation for the Development of Urban Poor
Foundation for Education Evolution & Development
Grameen Trust (Bangladesh)
Gregorio Araneta Social Development Foundation
Habitat for Humanity
Insular Life Assurance Company, Ltd.
International Exchange Bank
Kiyoshi Osawa Foundation
Levi Strauss Philippines
Mercury Drug Corporation
Metro Pacific Corporation
Monika Hiu & Friends
New Zealand Milk Products Phils, Inc.
Partnership of Philippines Support Service Agencies, Inc.
Philam Foundation, Inc.
Philippine-Australian Community Assistance Program of the Australian Agency for International Development (PACAP-AusAid)
Philippine Business for Social Progress
Philippine Pre-War Japanese Residents’ Foundation
Phil-Canadian Joint Commission for Human Res. Development
Phillip Morris, Inc.
Philippine Undertaking for Social Housing
RC Sicam Realty
Rotary Club of Muntinlupa-Filinvest
Rotary Clubs of Alabang & Serangoon Garden
Technical Assistance Movement for People and Environment (TAMPEI)
The Learning Child
Trickle-Up Program of New York, USA
US- Asia Environmental Partnership Program
United States Agency for International Development
World Bank – DENR – Brown Fund Facility
World Bank- Department of Health- Urban Health and Nutrition Program