History

In 2013, the natural extension of the compassion of our founders gave birth to Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc.

In 2013, the natural extension of the compassion of our founders gave birth to Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc.—the corporate social responsibility arm of the Philippine Spring Water Resources Incorporated, the makers of Nature’s Spring drinking water.

Formerly known as the Lay Kim and Corazon Foundation, Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc. through its founders have already been engaged in numerous philanthropic activities with the aim of providing educational grants and scholarships to underprivileged and deserving students in Cebu province. It was the year 2017 when Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc. became fully operational and started to expand its coverage nationwide.

Guided by its vision, mission and core values, Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc. continues to strengthen its programs and serve the Filipino people with compassion, and ultimately establish itself as a key player in contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals in the areas of Poverty Reduction, Good Health, Quality Education, Clean Water and Sanitation, Climate Action and Partnership for the Goals.

Timeline

Timeline
2013
01/2013

Lay Kim and Corazon Foundation was formed

The natural extension of the compassion of our founders compelled the establishment of the Lay Kim and Corazon Foundation. It started with providing educational grants and scholarships to deserving students within the Cebu area.
2017
10/2017

Official Launching of Nature’s Spring Foundation

Official Launching and MOA signing of Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc. with its partners
2018
06/2018

Pioneer Batch of College Scholars.

The first batch of undergraduate scholars signed their scholarship agreement with Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc. for their 4 or 5 year undergraduate degree scholarship grant.
2019
06/2019

The Bote Challenge – Search Launch Campaign

The foundation officially kicked off The Bote Challenge, the environment flagship project which recognizes, promotes and adopts sustainable innovations on waste management in schools and communities. This initiative is in partner with the Department of Education Region 7.