The Philippine Leprosy Mission, Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit church-related agency dedicated to the welfare of persons with leprosy and persons affected by leprosy. We look forward to a leprosy-free Philippines for the glory of God.Meet our Partners in Leprosy Action Community Services and Christian Ministry Educational Assistance for Persons Living with Leprosy
Capability Building and Enhancement
Donations You Can Make
Through your donations, you can help make a huge difference in the lives of persons affected by leprosy and their families.
Detection, Treatment and Rehabilitation
Programs help us with detection, treatment and rehabilitation of patients. PLM provides medical assistance to families as well as aid in the advocacy to reduce stigma and discrimination.
National Educational Program
PLM helps persons affected by leprosy (PALs) and their direct dependents by providing educational grants for their schooling.
Transform lives of 30 Filipino Leprosy Patients
Leprosy is a chronic, infectious disease of the nerves and skin. It is curable yet the stigma and discrimination may last a lifetime, leading to poverty. This project will help support the school needs, health care, and counselling of 30 Filipino children and young adults who have leprosy or whose parents have been disabled by leprosy. Formal education and skills training will enable them to gain income, escape poverty, overcome stigma and discrimination, be productive and live with dignity.
Leprosy is a chronic infectious disease of the nerves and skin that leads to disability and stigma. It is curable but may have complications like blindness, damaged hands or feet. Livelihoods are lost due to the physical disability or worse, the discrimination and stigma. Many children of leprosy patients start school but drop out in the middle of the school year because their parents can not fully provide for them. Some children cannot even start. Many become impoverished.
We can stop the cycle of leprosy and poverty by helping patients, as well as the children of disabled patients, stay in school or learn vocational skills. We can provide support for either transportation, lunch, school supplies, uniforms, tuition, or graduation expenses, plus health care and counselling. We monitor their progress together with community partners. We help them cope with the difficulties of having leprosy and its complications, both physical and socioeconomic.
Ways to Send Your Donations
Bank Transfer, Cash or Checks
Please make checks payable to Philippine Leprosy Mission, Inc.
U.S. Dollar Account:
Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) –West Triangle Branch
US Dollar Account No. 3054-0158-94
(Swift Code: BOPIPHMM)
Philippine Peso Accounts:
Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) – West Triangle Branch
Peso Account No. 3053-4518-36
Room 305, NewGrange Bldg., 32 Timog Avenue, Quezon City.
Monthly Donation to Philippine Leprosy Mission