About Us

Our mission is to support poor churches, pastors, missionaries, evangelists, and other ministries local and abroad, especially in the developing countries.  Under such mission, we intend to support special education of children with special needs.

Our vision is to be a channel of support for the furtherance of the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ and to accomplish His great commission in Matthew 28:18-20.

FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM

We accept donations from all Christians everywhere around the world who share the same passion.  We encourage our families and friends to mind our cause.  We accept donations earmarked for organizations or individuals if they are in line with our purpose.

We have annual ocular visits to the churches with their pastors, evangelists, missionaries and special education schools that we support.  We take pictures, reports and testimonies and post them to our website and Facebook page.

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Recipients shall be under 18 years old, with family living below the country’s poverty level.  Recipient’s family should be active and/or willing to regularly participate in church and/or community activities.  They should hold a good report in the community.

A request for application will be announced at the end of each school year, for interested and qualified parents and children.  In this application, parents will complete an application reflecting their child’s growth and development and disabilities, along with a cover letter explaining their child’s situation, the potential they see in their child, and why they are applying for the scholarship.  Scholarship recipients will be announced before the summer ends.

A completed application, cover letter written by the parent, and a recommendation letter either by an employer, a pastor, or a teacher on behalf of the parent and student must be submitted.  If the cover letter is written in a language other than English, an English- translated version of the letter will have to be submitted along with the cover letter in the native language.

Recipients may be new or current students of any school or educational institution. The school shall have  current registration with the local government, with facilities equipped for students with disability.  A school administrator or principal shall submit a quarterly report to JOFLO OUTREACH INTERNATION FOUNDATION regarding the recipients’ educational development.

Direct payments will be made to the school under the agreement that the school will apply the grant funds solely for the recipients’ tuition and fees for as long as they are in good standing.

In the event school policies are violated, and/or the student terminates his/ her school enrollment, JOFLO OUTREACH INTERNATION FOUNDATION will maintain the right to terminate the grant funds at any time, and select another student who may be next on the waiting list.

  1. Students with special needs

We provide educational grants for students with special needs, medically diagnosed of developmental and/or physical disabilities like autism, autistic spectrum disorders, mutism, deafness, learning disabilities, chromosomal abnormalities and other kinds of disabilities.

We fund at least 50% of the disabled students’ tuition and fees, the amount of which will be determined by the previous year’s donations to JOI Foundation and the sponsored school(s) during the summer before the new school year begins.  The grant is a scholarship, and therefore will not be a loan to the recipient.

  1. Gifted and Talented Students

We provide educational grants for gifted and talented students.  They must maintain a grade point average (GPA) of not less than 95%.

We fund at least 50% of the disabled students’ tuition and fees, the amount of which will be determined by the previous year’s donations to JOI Foundation and the sponsored school(s) during the summer before the new school year begins.  The grant is a scholarship, and therefore will not be a loan to the recipient.