Sulu Garden Foundation

Sulu Garden Foundation

Who We Are

Sulu Garden Foundation is named after the Sulu Sea – the largest inland sea in the Philippines. Our mission concentrates on this sea and the provinces that surround it. These provinces have diverse cultures and religions, yet, they all share history and traditions.

We aim to contribute: [1] to the improvement of the quality of life of the communities surrounding this inland sea through its PRIDE Program which include Heritage awareness and preservation of history and culture; [2] to the development of applied scientific knowledge, useful to preserve the environment and knowledge-based scientific approaches to improve the health and economic welfare of the people; and [3] to create linkages to these communities through the Arts Program of the Foundation with a view of bringing old and indigenous craftsmanship to connect with the modern world.

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What We Do:

Sulu Garden Foundation has broad programs in diverse areas described below…

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Heritage & History

The town of Miag-ao is Sulu Garden Foundation’s test case on how to re-stimulate awareness and concern about local history and heritage preservation.

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Arts

Sulu Garden Foundation enables local artists to interact, learn and share with more experienced artists from all over the world.

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Sciences

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We Help Communities

The company’s social responsibility program has been made possible through contributions from companies and concerned private individuals. To formalize and expand the activities to achieve our non-profit mission, hence Sulu Garden Foundation was incorporated.

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Diorama of the Battle of Mactan

The Diorama of the Battle of Mactan is a project to illustrate the real events of the battle in its educational format of what happened between the forces of Magellan and Lapu-Lapu on April 27, 1521.

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