Chartered August 5,1994
Club Officers Biennium 2020-2022
Mandaluyong City located at the heart of Metro Manila, bordered by two of Metro Manila’s major districts. It is a medium-sized community, composed of 27 barangays (districts), with a population of approximately 436,785 (in year 2019)
This is where SI Mandaluyong brings its programs and services for marginalized women and girls. Linking with the local government agencies enable us to effectively and successfully implement our projects, thereby generating public awareness for what we do.
Over the years, the local government of Mandaluyong has given their trust and support to our community undertakings, confident that partnering with our organization enables them to delivers their own services to the people in a more effective and reinforce manner. Accordingly, SI Mandaluyong has been awarded and commended through the years for its various community work.
Roster of Members
Lucienne Anne Calpe
Ma. Lourdes De Leon
Ma. Olivia Lucas
Katherine Kaye Mayo
Ma. Lourdes Ortiz-Luis
Marietta Siazon Reyes
Ma. Isabel Santos
Lucienne Ann Calpe
Board of Directors
CP Perry Reyes
PP Ruth Flores
PP Maripaz Tagle-Chua
PP Rosie Lardizabal
PP Gigie Peñalosa
Membership Pillar Chair
Program Pillar Chair
Public Awareness Pillar Chair
Fund Raising Pillar Chair
National Outstanding Volunteer Organization
(Not for Profit Category)
Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency
Search for Outstanding Volunteers 2019
"Empowering Teenage Mothers for the SDG-FACES"
(Sustainable Development Goals – Family-based Action for Children and Their Environs in the Slums
SI Mandaluyong in partnership with the City Government in the implementation of its program Sustainable Development Goals – Family-based Actions for Children and their Environs in the Slums (SDG-FACES). The program is targeting the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals among 40 children belonging to women-headed households as pilot beneficiaries. The city is prioritizing children whose mothers are still in their teenage years. SI Mandaluyong shall focus on these teenage moms with the goal of empowering each one with the necessary basic skills to adapt to and be an active partner in the attainment of both mom’s and child’s SDGs.
At least 200 women including 40 teenage mothers, their mothers and other women in Barangay Addition Hills, a club adopted Barangay, this program has the following objectives: 1.)To educate women and teenage mothers on the various child- and women-focused SDG indicators and how they can benefit and at the same time contribute to the attainment of the SDGs; 2.) To increase awareness of responsible parenting and 4.) To develop entrepreneurs among unemployed mothers 5.) To transform these women into active community partners of SI Mandaluyong in advocating for women empowerment 3.) To encourage returning to school even as a working mother.
2018-2020 Club Souvenir