JVP BATCH 32-Mindanao Or.Mindoro-Mangyan-NATO

JVP Batch 32- Yr. 2011-Pumasok ako sa mundong ito ng walang kaalam- alam o ideya kung ano ba talaga ang JVP. Hindi ako isang Atenista kaya hindi ko rin alam kung sino si St. Ignatius ng Loyola at ang mga values nya. Nagmula ako sa institusyon ng mga Brothers of the Sacred Heart o Cor more...


“For the past 37 years, the Jesuit Volunteers Philippines Foundation, Inc. (JVPFI) have continued in helping build the capacities of more than 400 under-resourced partner communities all over the Philippines through the annual missioning of its Jesuit Volunteers. As the program year of JVP Batch 38 begins this May 2017, we are asking you to more...



THE PARTY’S OVER (A Nun for Modern Times)

Joseph Francia, father of John Xavier Francia (JVP Batch 35) is selling copies of this book on his late ICM nun sister, Myrna (1943-2010). It’s ₱350 and all the proceeds go to the Sister Myrna Francia Memorial, Inc., a philanthropic foundation that, among other things, helps youth from financially-challenged backgrounds to gain vocational education. Please more...

Ayun, O! (A series of children’s book)

Glenda “Bong” Oris of JVP Batch 13 assigned at Sta. Maria Catholic School in Iloilo City is now an author of ” Ayun,O”. It is a series of children’s book. For those who wanted to purchase, the books are available in Kindle edition through Amazon.com.

A Remembrance for Fr. Rudy Fernandez, S.J. (From the Homily of Fr. Bill Kreutz, SJ)

It was not so many years ago that Fr Rudy came to stay with us here at the Loyola House of Studies. He was officially assigned to the Lucas Infirmary but, because of his ability to move around and the like, he shared most of his time and meals with the members of the LHS more...

Persevering in Faith

“JVP has allowed me to see God in a new light, through the eyes of the people of Zamboangita (Bukidnon). Here I am witness to all kinds of manifestations of faith, and I am constantly amazed at how a lot of the people that surround me have such a strong faith in God.” – Gaby more...

Preparing Communities

Jesuit Volunteers participate in raising awareness and facilitate disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) activities in their placements. Traveling to many far-flung barangays of Eastern Samar, Philip Sumaylo of Batch 36 and a team from the Diocesan Commission on Social Action Justice and Peace, conduct Participatory Disaster Risk Assessment and Community Risk Mapping Activities.  

Go by Giving: a fundraising campaign for Jesuit Volunteers on Mission

The JVPFI National Office launched GBG: Go by Giving (a fundraising campaign for Jesuit Volunteers on Mission) at the Aerie in the Ateneo de Manila University.

The new set of Manila Local Chapter officers also took their oath before the JVPFI President, Mr. Bombim Cadiz. GBG will also be launched soon in the JVPFI Local Chapters. “Go by giving” is part of a quote by Blessed Teresa of Calcutta where she said: “Some give by going, others go by giving.”

Jesuit Volunteers Philippines Foundation, Inc

Service. Social Justice. Solidarity. Simplicity. Spirituality. Now on its 36th year, the Volunteer Service Program has been working with rural schools, civil society organizations, parishes and communities by placing Jesuit Volunteers who render faith-driven and effective service for nation-building.   Be a Jesuit Volunteer