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Uplifting the Filipino people every step of the way St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc. 2021 Annual Report

Thank you for your generosity! At the heart of the work of the St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc. are the Filipino people, a nation deserving of access to quality healthcare. 2021 was a momentous year for all.

Vision Mission Equal access to quality healthcare, To generate resources to sustain greater opportunities for medical charitable, educational, and social education, sustained support for welfare programs, and provide support medical research and training, to for research and continuing medical benefit the underprivileged Filipinos. education, and to promote the well- being of poor, marginalized, and gifted Filipinos.

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 The Promise Here at the St. Luke’s Medical Center In 2021 alone, more than 27,000 indigent (SLMC) Foundation Inc., we are motivated patients were supported by the Foundation by a promise to provide quality healthcare through the social service program. to every Filipino. Over the past year, the Resources helped support surgical missions work of the SLMC Foundation along with and Covid-19 related initiatives. A total of the Resource Development Group has 41 students received medical scholarships surpassed boundaries, made possible by to pursue their degrees at the St. Luke’s the bequests and donations from private Medical Center College of Medicine. Under donors, corporate entities, and community the research and development program, organisations. the Foundation devoted 42 million to the As the country dealt with changes, SPECTRA Covid-19 research and clinical uncertainties, and challenges brought about trials. by the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, This point in history may be one of the the event also highlighted the incredible darkest, but it also shone a light on a sense spirit of nationhood. In 2021, the Foundation of camaraderie and love for the nation. received insurmountable support equating With the help of numerous donors, we are to 280 million pesos. This amount helped healing, rebuilding and remain steadfast in support tens of thousands of Filipinos. our promise. Additionally, efforts included looking after healthcare workers as well. All the while, day- to-day work continued in the hospital. The Foundation stayed true to its core principles and revealed they were capable of more. FREDERICK Y. DY ARTURO S. DE LA PEÑA, MD, FPCS, FACS Chairman of the Board President 0 1 St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc.

Core Programs Taking New Heights 03 Medical Social Service Programs The past year was transformational for the SLMC Provide care for those most Foundation, as they received three times more donations in need through our Medical in 2021 than the previous year. While Covid-19 has Social Service Programs undoubtedly impacted their work, 280 million pesos have allowed the SLMC Foundation to take great strides to fortify 05 Medical Outreach its core programs. Programs Reach out to 2020 vs. 2021 the underserved communities 2020 2021 through our Medical Donations Donations Outreach Programs Php 59,079,497 07 Medical Scholarship Programs Php 279,594,214 Hone bright minds and shape the future of medicine by offering Medical Scholarship Programs 09 Medical Research & Development Support doctors and scientists in their passion for discovery and innovation by funding Medical Research and Development 02

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 Medical Social Service As the nation was gripped by threats of an overwhelmed Philippine healthcare system, the Foundation gave many families a glimmer of hope. The social service program of the Foundation serves the weary who carry substantial financial burdens of medical care. However, 2021 was a big year, as the Foundation allocated a total of 220 million pesos to cater to the medical needs of indigent patients. As a result, more than 27,000 Filipinos benefited from this through the support of various departments. These include those fighting cancer, such as the 147 patients under the George K. Young and Florida Uytengsu Young Outpatient Oncology Program and 82 patients supported by the NI Capital and Ross Foundation. The Tan Eng Gee Eye Institute treated 162 cataract cases. The RTY Foundation Cardio Program helped 20 cardiac patients. Twenty two patients were treated through the P&G Skin Diseases Program and two beneficiaries were served by the Eduardo M. Cojuangco, Jr. and Ramon S. Ang Organ Transplantation Program. Moreso, 27,016 patients were aided by the St. Luke’s Medical Social Service Department. 0 3 St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc.

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 2021 Php 220,429,308 dedicated to social service programs 27,451 total number of patients served for various illnesses St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc. 0 4

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 Medical Outreach Programs The bayanihan spirit comes alive through medical needs to providing welfare and the Foundation’s outreach programs as aid to vulnerable groups in the community. the community steps up to overcome While resources allocated to outreach significant hurdles. We witness healthcare programs in 2021 have lessened compared workers carve out time to visit hard-to- to the previous year, the beneficiaries reach communities or perform medical that have been served have more than missions in underserved areas through tripled. This result is due to the generous these programs. During the pandemic, support from donors. The Foundation was outreach programs went beyond assuring able to see through its usual programs, such as the anniversary surgical mission benefiting 20 patients and the Community Adoption Program serving more than 200 Filipinos. In addition, Covid related outreach programs were spotlighted such as the Vax To The Max vaccination drive in Quezon and Batangas; and the Cheering Up The Children Caravan which visited orphanages within Metro Manila. The Foundation donated hospital beds to the Philippine General Hospital, launched the Community Telehealth Project, and provided testing kits to frontliners. As a result, more than 55,000 Filipinos benefited from these efforts. 0 5 St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc.

POhvper6Million ANNUAL REPORT 2021 were allotted to surgical missions, the telehealth The Cheering up the project, and the Philippine Children Caravan General Hospital brought joy to 55,003 989 children total number of beneficiaries 1,053 Filipinos were vaccinated through the Vax to the Max drive St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc. 0 6

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 Medical Scholarship Programs The journey to becoming a doctor is many years to their studies without earning arduous. Attaining the medical title financially to help their families. They often demands high levels of knowledge-seeking come at a crossroads because the cost of and a long process requiring lots of time. their dreams impacts the entire household. Thus, it is inaccessible to students from The Foundation seeks to alleviate this underprivileged backgrounds. These problem afflicting students from lower- students have dreams to serve their income backgrounds by making the same community but cannot afford to devote quality education available to those who show exemplary potential. SLMC Foundation scholars are fully supported and provided quality education at the St. Luke’s Medical Center College of Medicine-William H. Quasha Memorial. In 2021, the Foundation has a total of 41 medical scholars and several continuing medical education to the beneficiaries of different institutes, centers, departments and units in SLMC Global City and Quezon City. 0 7 St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc.

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 2021 13,050,007Php dedicated to scholarships 4 8 %and continuing medical education higher than 2020 41 total number of medical student beneficiaries St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc. 0 8

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 Medical Research & Development Research and development took center stage in the battle against the global pandemic. Medicine is a practice that thrives with innovation and experimentation. Research and development have always been a core program for the Foundation, allowing skilled doctors and scientists the resources to seek new research to contribute to the medical and scientific field for the benefit of humankind. In 2021, the SLMC Foundation allocated resources to the SPECTRA research and clinical trials, evaluating the efficacy, safety, and immunogenicity of Covid-19 vaccines. A total of 42 million pesos supported this project. 0 9 St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc.

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 2021 Php 42,441,141 allotted to Covid-19 medical research St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc. 1 0

ANNUAL REPORT 2021 2021 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS HIGHLIGHTS 1 1 St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc. Statements are audited by Isla Lipana & Co.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Frederick Y. Dy, Chairman Atty. Cirilo P. Noel, Vice Chairman Arturo S. De La Peña, MD, FPCS, FACS Atty. Alonzo Q. Ancheta Lenora A. Cabili Atty. Nilo B. Peña Amando M. Tetangco, Jr. Edison G. Yap Melissa R. Aquino, Independent Trustee ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Arturo S. De La Peña, MD, FPCS, FACS, President Edison G. Yap, Treasurer REGULAR STAFF Nina Mirrela C. Bautista, Foundation Manager Fidel R. Bayangos, Jr., Finance and Administrative Officer VOLUNTEER STAFF Joyce Laramina K. Nazario, Resource Generation Director Marites B. Lontabo, Finance Director Maria Gracia S. Evangelista, Finance Manager Michelle N. Gabiola, Finance Volunteer Lalyn E. Vitalez, Resource Generation Officer

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