ICIC entered a partnership with the San Beda College-Benedictine Educational Foundation Inc. (SBC-BEFI). ICIC and SBC-BEFI have joint ventures in both the educational scholarship and the livelihood programs for the members of our partner communities and target groups.

What is SBC-BEFI?

SBC-BEFI is an independent corporation established by the Benedictine monks of the Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat, Manila. It is duly registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with the purpose of helping fund the projects of the educational institutions established by the Benedictine Community and other institutions in the areas of scholarships, faculty development, community involvement services, research, physical plant development and environmental protection.

SBC-BEFI is accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC) registered as a donee foundation in the Bureau of Internal Revenue.

As a DONEE INSTITUTION, donations to SBC-BEFI are deductible business expenses for tax purposes. Donors will be issued official receipts and donation certificate duly received by BIR.

SBC-BEFI board of officers and trustees are Rt. Rev. Tarcisio Ma. H. Narciso, OSB, Chair, Rev. Fr. Gerard Ma. D. De Villa, OSB, President, Mr. James T. Sy, Vice-President, Rev. Dom Clement Ma. H. Roque, OSB, Treasurer, Ms. Nenita A. Luna, Comptroller and Rev. Fr. Bede S. Hechanova, OSB, Corporate Secretary and Chief Executive Officer.

SBC-BEFI holds office at 638 Mendiola St. with the telefax (632) 353-8865, and trunk lines 7356011 loc. 1180. For any inquiries and intentions to donate email at



ICIC has four partner communities as locations for the implementation of San Beda’s extension and outreach programs. They are: Barangay Tinejero, Pulilan, Bulacan, Barangay Dolores, Taytay, Rizal, Baseco, Tondo and the four barangays under the St. Jude Parish in Manila namely, Barangay, 637, 638, 639 and 640.

To protect the parties involved and define their scope of engagement, Memorandum of Agreements (MOA) or Understanding (MOU) were signed by top school administrators and local leaders and government officials of the areas.

Aside from these communities, ICIC has entered into MOA and MOU with three business corporations (Rags2Riches, Petron Foundation and Apogee Productions), nine government agencies (National Youth Commission, TESDA-Rizal, Department of Education, Department of health, Philippine Blood Center, Bureau of Jail management and Penology (Male and Female Dormitory), Manila City Jail, Brgy. Dolores, Taytay, Rizal, Municipality of Pulilan and the Provincial Government of Laguna), five non-government organizations (Visayan Forum, Childhope Asia, Coalition of Services for the Elderly, Kanlungan ni Maria Domenica, Tahanang Walang Hagdanan), a parish church (National Shrine of St. Jude Thaddeus, Manila) and two Bedan entities (San Beda College Alumni Association and the San Beda College-Benedictine Educational Foundation Inc.).The MOA provided more sites for the immersion and curriculum- based community service for our students and faculty. It also strengthens the networking of the ICIC, and expands its pool of resources.

As a center for community involvement, ICIC serves the Basic Education Department, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing, College of Medicine, College of Law, Graduate School of Business and the Graduate School of Liturgy. Each department has a community outreach manager who coordinates with the ICIC head. There are two social workers and a secretary functioning as office technical support. Currently, ICIC is headed by Dr. James Loreto C. Piscos, and directly reports to the Rector-President.


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