Faith, Hope, Community, Volunteerism,Citizenship, Sustainability, Social Responsibility
Building innovative social solutions for the development of the citizenry, anchored on CSR 3.0 (Citizenship, Sustainability and Social Responsibility).
Abp. Paciano B. Aniceto, D.D.
(Archbishop-Emeritus, Archdiocese of San Fernando, Pampanga)
Archbishop has been a continuing source of strength and guidance for BCYF, as shown through the example of his life.
Dr. Lilian Sison
(Former Dean of the University of Santo Tomas Graduate School)
Dr. Sison was the one who suggested to the BCYF Founder, that academic research in CSR be done. This conversation resulted in the establishment of BCYF’s CSR Research Institute and the Philippine Conferences on Research in CSR.
Jonathan Juan D.C. Moreno
(Good Governance Expert)
It was through JJ that our concept of CSR emphasized the importance Good Governance.
Francisco L. Roman, Jr., DBA
(Executive Director, AIM RVR Center for Social Responsibility)
Prof. Frankie formulated the definition of CSR as Citizenship, Sustainability and Social Responsibility, which was adopted by BCYF.
Dr. Wayne Visser
(Founder, CSR International)
Dr. Visser pushed for the CSR movement in organizations to transition from Traditional CSR (CSR 1.0) to Transformative (CSR 2.0)
(CEO of the ASEAN CSR Network)
Mr. Thomas was instrumental in providing the ASEAN perspective of CSR.
(Professor of Corporate Social Responsibility)
During the 3rd Philippine Conference on Research in CSR (September 2013), Prof. Kim affirmed in her research the importance of Human Value in CSR.
(Founder of the Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum)
During the 4th Philippine Conference on Research in CSR (September 2014), Ms. Kang emphasized that CSR must enhance Human Dignity.
Atty. Lamberto C. Dizon
(April 16, 1937 – February 28, 2017)
Atty. Dizon was an important figure in BCYF, and a close personal friend of BCYF Founder and Chairman, Mr. Tony Yap.
It was Atty. Dizon who suggested that Mr. Yap honor his late father, Catalino D. Yap through an awards program for teachers, that became the Dalubhasang Tanglaw Awards. It ran for over a dozen years and morphed into the Search for Hometown Heroes.
When Mr. Yap decided to create the Catalino D. Yap Foundation (now known as the Benita and Catalino Yap Foundation), Atty. Dizon was there together with Bro. Andrew Gonzalez(+), Atty. Jun Salvador and Mariano Un Ocampo III (+).
Atty. Dizon was a high school graduate of St. Anthony College of Technology (the school system where BCYF belongs to) and valedictorian, Class of 1955.