DEAF Inc. gets its funding mostly through generous donations of various groups, churches, and organizations.
For many years our primary funding partner was CBM of Germany. They mainly supported our Community Based Rehabilitation Programs, including trainings in Sign Language, seminars in Primary Ear Care, and hearing screenings in schools and communities.
DEAF Inc. also partners with Starkey Foundation, Inc. in hearing aids distribution around the country, in which over
10K hearing aids were given out to indigent individuals.
At DEAF Inc. School, Laguna the Silent Sanctuary Reserve Campgrounds was set-up in partnership with Overland Kings led by its President, Mr. Joel C. Pedro, as a fundraising activity. SSRC is a recreational camping site open to the public of which all proceeds go to DEAF Inc. and its programs.
Deaf Evangelistic Alliance Foundation Inc. also referred to as DEAF Inc. is a nonprofit organization registered under the Securities and Exchange Commission, established to provide assistance to the deaf though education and skills training based on Christian principles and values. It has schools in the provinces of Laguna, Palawan, and Nueva Ecija.
It also supports programs that help equip individuals to deal with deafness in communities. Some of these programs include home-based instruction, sign language training, ear care seminars, and hearing screening programs.About Us
At the height of the pandemic when everyone was forced to stay indoors to protect from the virus, a quiet and safe outdoor getaway was developed within DEAF Inc. Laguna. It is a joint venture with Overland Kings of Mr. Joel C. Pedro. The Silent Sanctuary...Read More
After 50 years, a new Admin Building rises at DEAF Inc. Laguna. The two-story structure that will also double as a classroom building, is located a short distance away from the Chapel. Its construction is funded by GT...Read More
For many years our primary funding partner was CBM of Germany. They mainly supported our Community Based Rehabilitation Programs, including trainings in Sign Language,...
As part of the CBR Programs of DEAF Inc., deaf students from remote barrios are visited by CBR workers for home-based instruction. In some areas the organization already built small school houses where classes are conducted, or they make use of the nearest community halls as classrooms. However, those that are physically incapable of joining […]View Details
DEAF Inc. Schools are open to students in elementary, high school, and college. Upon graduation, college students receive a degree in Elementary Education. The schools provide free tuition, subsidized food and accommodations. During the school year, students are housed in dormitories closely supervised by dorm parents. While there is sufficient food supply, parents of students […]View Details
DEAF Inc. considers the equipping of communities equally important to educating the deaf. Programs are designed to ensure that individuals that are in regular contact with the deaf are capable to communicate with them, attend to their needs, and look beyond their disability and relate to them as any other productive member of society.View Details