Our History

        In May 1990, when the Secretary of State of Delaware certified, and issued a Certificate of Incorporation to the P.A.G.E.S. as a non-profit, charitable corporation that qualifies a tax exempt organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.


The secret of longevity of any voluntary organization is the assurance that its vision and mission will be pursued and carried out through the years, that there will be continuity in its programs and activities and that future plans and projects will also be drawn up and implemented.  This is precisely the thrust of the Philippine American Group of Educators and Surgeons (P.A.G.E.S.) and the very reason for its longevity.  And this is also the reason why each PAGES team member voluntarily donates their time, talent and treasure and conducts annual mission to help the needy and less fortunate children of the Philippines.

Operation Grace ("Bigyan Tulong")

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In 1998, Operation Grace, originally named Operation Bigyan Tulong (Gift Giving), was launched by PAGES President Danny Tabao.

Over 700 families in 1998 and 500 families in 1999, benefited from the program by receiving bags of rice, canned meats and milk in Imus and Kawit, Cavite respectively.

Funding for this initial gift giving program


Our Vision & Mission

VISION - In service of the less privileged Filipino children with birth defects requiring reconstructive treatment and other medically-related services.

MISSION - Establishment and maintenance programs from available resources towards basic human treatment and cure of other health services of children with cleft lips and cleft palates, and other birth deformities.

- Identification of indigent families to augment their standard of living by providing much needed nutritional food supplement commensurate with their daily allowable requirements.

- Promote awareness and teach lessons attendent to latest medically-approved technology worldwide.

Message from the Founder
PAGES Philippine surgical mission to the Philippines is still in progress. The PAGES volunteer medical team will always say "let's continue to help our Philippine children" The 26th continuous year of serving the deserving children with birth defect that needed surgery without cost to the family will be another year.
PAGES mission will continue the mission for as long as we can with the support of generous people behind the team members from different countries who give their time and their talents for the benefit of poor children that needed medical care. 
The memories of the year will remain a history that we can always recall and remember. Another year has started and hopefully there will be more history made as in years past. 
Be with us. Join us. Let's all be thankful for what we have, you have no idea how many people would love to have what you can give.  Lastly, let's give to the world the best we can and the best will come back to us. 

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