Alay kay Juan Foundation
Alay kay Juan Foundation (English: Care for John Foundation) is a charitable institution and business organization located in Mindanao, Philippines. It was founded by Prince Terence I in June 4, 2009.
About the Foundation
The Alay for Juan Foundation was initially a non-profit organization that aids the starving people of the Philippines. But with venture in business through the acquisition of, the Alay kay Juan Foundation became a semi-profit organization.
Choosing the Name
The name Alay kay Juan Foundation is a Tagalog name. The words "Alay" and "kay" are both Tagalog words that means "Care" and "for" respectively. The name Juan is not a reference of the person to be cared for but a reference to the Filipino People. Juan, or Juan dela Cruz to be precise, is the national personification of the Philippines, just like Uncle Sam of the United States of America. So when we refer whom we care for, we refer it for Juan... for the Philippines.
Mission of the Foundation
The Mission of the Alay Kay Juan Foundation is to uplift the wellness of every Filipino, especially the starving and the dying ones and to provide every Filipino a job.
Vision of the Foundation
The Vision of the Alay Kay Juan Foundation is to see a starving-free and a dying-free, and a jobless-free Philippines.
Shift of Administration
After Prince Terence I died in September 12, 2009, the administration foundation was passed on to Prince Terence's son, Prince Terence II.