About Us

A PROFILE: Entrepinoy Volunteers Foundation, Inc. (EVFI)

Entrepinoy Volunteers Foundation, Inc. (EVFI) is a non-profit organization that provides guidance to Filipino entrepreneurs and their environment through the involvement of volunteer experts and executives. Recognizing the need to make the Filipino entrepreneur globally competitive EVFI provides management and technical guidance to entrepreneurs as well as organizations and/or institutions assisting small enterprises.

EVFI is driven by a strong spirit of volunteerism, nationalism, concern for the economy and changes in the environment.  There is the urgent need to fill a gap in the service to Filipino entrepreneurs. To realize this mission, the Trustees and members value community development, instill the culture of excellence and achievement, and promote ethical practice through  hard work and sharing. The extensive and diverse expertise, experience coupled  with the influence of our volunteers make us a unique organization of practitioners committed to provide consultancy, training and networking to our clientele.

Our roster of volunteer executives includes some of the best minds in business, policy making  and academe. We match the management assistance needs of the mSME sector with a corps of seasoned consultants and  retiree  volunteers .

Our Mission

Assist small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through providing voluntary management and technical assistance and influence the policy environment to make the Filipino entrepreneurs globally competitive.

Our Vision

Entrepinoy Volunteers Foundation, Inc. is a strong credible partner of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) for global competitiveness.


What We Do

EVFI provide management consulting services and conducts business clinics for micro, small and medium enterprises (mSMEs) to equip them with the necessary tools for increased production, improved product quality, upgraded management skills, and enhanced basic technology.

We have rendered intensive assistance, induced managerial effectiveness and solve technical problems for companies like Children’s Treasures, Daila Enterprises, Soundcheck, Moonbake, among others. We have partnered with ABS-CBN Foundation in their community development program in Bayan ni Juan in Calauan, Laguna. EVFI conducted various seminars and business clinics that benefited thousands of entrepreneurs.

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) are two of our active partners in forging technology and entrepreneurial sense among their mSMEs clients, as well as their officers. We have active collaboration with Regional officers of DOST in actualizing supply chain among their Small Enterprises Technology Upgrading (SET UP) beneficiaries.

Officers and Volunteers

Executive Officers Position and Volunteer Executives
1. Fortunato T. Dela Peña Chairman
2. Miguel R. Unson III President
3. Maria Ester F. Bautista Vice President
4. Marciano Hermo IV Treasurer
5. Fernalyn B. Palacpac Corporate Secretary
6. Nicanor S. Villaseñor Internal Auditor

Board of Trustees Position and Volunteer Executives
1. Villadelgado, Freddie G. Chairman
2. Gatus, Mario R.
3. Unson III, Miguel R.
4. Magtoto, Eduardo R.
5. Bautista, Maria Ester F.
6. Abrea, Raymond A
7. Quintos, Juan A.
8. Tiong-Aquino, Sonia
9. Yatco, Lorenzo A.G Entrepreneur, Management
10. Tan, Quintin G. Technocrat, academician
11. Hermo, Marc B
12. Fortunato T. Dela Peña
13. Nicanor S. Villesenor III

Volunteer Executives Position and Volunteer Executives
1. Dela Peña, Fortunato T.
2. Panahon, Frank Agriculture, Agri-Business
3. De Leon, Sonia Y. Academician, technologist, Development officer
4. Pedernal, Lydia Management and Livelihood

Volunteer Executives Position and Volunteer Executives
1. Lim, Elena S. Entrepreneur, lawyer

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