• Fr. Rocky and ten volunteers begin Tuloy in a 40-sqm. Room in the St. John Bosco Parish compound in Makati with 12 children.




  • Consuelo Foundation, Inc. partners with Tuloy to build a 3-storey residence for 130 children in Makati.




  • Tuloy Foundation, Inc. is incorporated and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and thereafter receives tax-exempt status from the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
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  • Tuloy’s school building opens in Makati with funding from the Philippine Stock Exchange Foundation and Consuelo Foundation, Inc. The school can accommodate 230 students only, offered non-formal education using curriculum specially designed for street children and approved by the Department of Education.
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  • The Department of Social Welfare and Development awards Tuloy a 100-year lease on a 4.5 hectare lot in Alabang, Muntinlupa City for a street children village.
  • Limquico family donates a 4.7 hectare property in Majayjay, Laguna which is turned into a farm with small income generating livelihood projects for the Foundation – piggery, fish ponds, crop production.
  • CASPAR Foundation of Japan funds the building of two dormitory buildings in the Tuloy Oasis Campsite Nature Therapy Center in the Limquico-donated land in Majayjay, Laguna.
  • Consuelo Foundation, Inc. funds the construction of the Tuloy sa Don Bosco school building and two workshops for the vocational and technical programs.
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  • Caltex (Phil.), Inc. and Ronald McDonald Charities lead corporate donors in funding the construction of dormitory buildings.




  • Tuloy village with 6 houses welcomes its first 130 residents and the school starts its first year with 350 students.2002
  • 63 students – 31 in Basic Education and 32 in Voc-Tech programs become Tuloy’s first graduates in Alabang.


  • Fr. Pascual Chavez Villanueva, Rector Major of the Salesians of Don Bosco, visits Tuloy and leads the groundbreaking of the chapel inside the Village.
  • Manos Unidas of Spain approves the grant for two residential houses at the Street Children Village.


  • The tenth house is completed. The village is now capable of accommodating up to 300 children.


  • On its 14th year, Tuloy served more than 6,000 children and youth in distress, graduated over 400 students from Basic Education and 700 from various Vocational Technology programs.


  • Donors led by Becker family and Stiftung Symphasis of Germany fund the construction of the Culinary Center and Voc-Tech workshops.
  • Four students who are football players participate in the 2008 Homeless World Cup in Melbourne, Australia (Marlon Lagundino, Jeffrey Solis, Jay R de Jesus, and Kevin Prix Lagioy).


  • One student/ football player participates in the 2009 Homeless World Cup in Milan, Italy (Marlon Lagundino).


  • Six students/football players participate in the 2010 Streetchild World Cup in Durban, South Africa (Erika Inocencio, Noriel Pineones, Jayson Simangan, Lorelyn Cabanayan, Ladylyn Ampe and Gerry Boy Joaquino).


  • Student chefs participated in the Chefs on Parade 2011: Ultimate Asian Showdown at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay City and they finished second in Creative Cake Decorating On-the-Spot and fifth in the Market Basket Filipino.
  • Tuloy inaugurates two mobile classrooms and starts its “Skills on Wheels”, an off-campus training on Consumer Electronics to provide the poor with income-generating activities.
  • With assistance from the Consuelo Foundation, Inc., two technicians startthe technology transfer on aquaponics, which forms the core of the Tuloy Environment Protection and Ecological Productivity Zone.


  • Baylon family donates a 4,066 sqm property in Biñan City (Laguna) which Tuloy intends to transform into a “half-way house” for new street children who are coming into Tuloy care and the graduating children who are being weaned from its care and watchful eyes.
  • Tuloy adds Dressmaking to its Voc-Tech program upon receipt of a donation of 25 industrial sewing machines, courtesy of Trustee John Kerr.
  • Two Tuloy students (Lawrence Balla & Gerry Boy Joaquino) are pre-qualified among other Filipino candidates to compete in the Asian Food Channel (AFC) cooking reality show, “The Big Break”. Co-sponsored by Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore for two months. Lawrence ends up as first runner-up in the contest.
  • Tuloy was location of choice for the social-cultural immersion program of the 24 students and 5 faculty members of Aquinas College, Perth, Australia.
  • Tuloy was shortlisted by the HK-based Gold Standard Awards for NGO Engagement for “addressing the plight of poor children in the Philippines.”
  • With the offer of Ms. Becky Aranaz’s assistance, Tuloy adds new related courses to its Voc-Tech program: Waitering, Barista and Bartending.
  • Tuloy was the location of choice for the socio-cultural immersion program of the 24 students and 5 faculty members of Aquinas College, Perth, Australia.
  • Tuloy was shortlisted by the HK-based Gold Standard Awards for NGO Engagement for “addressing the plight of poor children in the Philippines.”


  • Tuloy Culinary Arts School was featured in the article, “Learning thyme for aspiring chefs,” in the January 21, 2013 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
  • Blessing of the Adoration Chapel and Thanksgiving Dinner, Jan 24, 2013.
  • Tuloy was featured in a 4-page article, “Tuloy sa Don Bosco: A School for the Disadvantaged Youth,” in the Feb 2013 issue of Appetite Magazine.
  • Visit of 23rd Trade Mission of the Filipino Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii led by Lt. Gov. Tsutsui of Hawaii, Feb 6, 2013.
  • Visit of UP Diliman Landscape Architecture students to Tuloy with the end-view of making proposed templates for Mary’s Garden in the Tuloy compound, Feb and April, 2013.
  • Exploratory talks with the CSR staff of the ICTSI (International Containerized Terminal Services, Inc.) Foundation in connection with their sponsorship of certain activities of the Tuloy football team.
  • Exploratory talks with Mr. Edgar Chua, president of Shell Foundation, on the conduct of briefings/ seminars on Aquaponics for a group of businessmen connected with Shell.
  • Visit of the staff of the Office of Civil Relations of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (OCR-AFP) for exploratory talks on OCR-AFP partnership with Tuloy on values/ character training of the Tuloy kids, May 15, 2013.