Large, medium, and small-scale businesses uniting to achieve inclusive growth. We make great things happen!
Philippine Business for Social Progress is the largest business-led NGO at the forefront of strategic corporate citizenship and business sector leadership contributing to sustainable development and poverty reduction. Established in 1970, PBSP remains a consultant and partner of choice of companies and donors.
PBSP scales up impact by adopting the Collective Impact strategy to solve large, complex, systemic problems. PBSP organizes Platforms for Collective Engagements (PlaCEs) to ensure alignment and sustainability of initiatives by multiple stakeholders.
Responding to the changing landscape of CSR, PBSP’s brand of corporate citizenship taps into the core business competencies of companies and promotes inclusive business as a strategy. PBSP also continues to strategically engage companies through social investment, responsible business practices, and philanthropy.
PBSP creates sustainable solutions to societal problems in its core program areas which are Health, Education, Environment, and Livelihood and Enterprise Development. It also provides off-the-shelf options for engagement of companies and their employees.
With a proven track record, PBSP provides end-to-end services in development consulting which include project and grants management, events and backroom management.
Our Statement of Commitment
PBSP was founded in December 1970 by 50 Filipino business leaders who pledged to set aside 1% of their companies’ net income before taxes to pursue poverty reduction programs. Based on the Venezuelan Dividendo Voluntario para la Comunidad model of corporate social action, PBSP was a means by which the Philippine business community could rationalize and coordinate its funding and technical support to socio-economic projects and programs across the country.
Our Awards & Recognitions
- Ateneo de Manila University ( 23 July 2003) Public Service Award for Pioneering and Exemplanary Public Service
- L’Oreal Philippines ( 5 July 2010)
- National Children’s Hospital ( 27 March 2013)
- Pedro S. Tolentino Memorial National High School
Ilijan, Batangas City (23 Sept. 2011)
- Philippine General Hospital ( 14 August 2010)
- Radio Veritas Global Broadcasting System, Inc. ( 04 March 2014)
- Foundation for the Philippine Environment
( 17 June 1994) & ( 16 Jan. 2012)
- Ana Maria Heights Homeowners Association, Inc. ( 27 May 2004)
- World Vision Development Foundation. Inc.( 10 Dec. 2013)
- Armed Forces of the Philippines
( 16 June 2011)
- The Bureau of Internal Revenue ( 01 Aug. 2011)
- City of Malabon ( 3 Dec. 2010)
- Petron Corporation ( 26 July 2011)
- National Housing Authority ( 15 Oct. 2010)
- Schools of Division of Tarlac Province (29 Oct. 2012) Concepcion West District
- Department of Education: Adopt-A- School Program ( 24 Oct. 2012)
- Oriental and Motolite Marketing Corp. ( 4 Sept. 2008) & ( 11 April 2012)
- Maranao People Development Center
- The Asian Institute of Management (19 Sept. 2003)
The Ramon V. Del Rosario, Sr.
AIM Center for Corporate Responsibility
And the Conference Partners of the Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility