is to bring back the smiles and dignity
to Manila’s most unfortunate children
what does it even mean?
“ANAK” means “child” in tagalog, a language from the Philippines, and the letters “TNK” are the initials of the foundation for it is best known there as “Tulay Ng Kabataan”, which literally means “A bridge for the children”!
That bridge is the symbol of our action towards the street and slum children of Manila: a bridge with their families (that’s reconciliation) and a bridge leading to a better life.
for the children
Since 1998, we have been running in the field programs
to answer the fundamental needs of Manila’s most unfortunate.