How TIPH was founded

TIPH was established by SHS students from De La Salle University Taft Campus. After that, it slowly expanded to other schools across Metro Manila.


Visit https://theinitiativephblog.wordpress.com/ to know more about the early days of TIPH.

Management

The Department of Administrative Affairs concerns itself with the executive functions of the organization. They also enforce bylaws, manage human resources, administer general task assignments, and preside over organization-wide decision making.


tiphmanagement@gmail.com

The Department of Publications and Communications curates the organization's publicly published content.


tiphmanagement@gmail.com

The Department of Marketing, Finance, and Logistics handles the finances and logistics of the organization and monitors cash and kind donations.


tiphmanagement@gmail.com

The Department of Governance and Legal Management (DGLM) is concerned with (1) developing the organization’s internal policies, (2) directing the organization’s formation and response to local, national, and international policies, (3) managing the organization’s accreditation and registration with pertinent authorities and (4) fostering ties with legal entities for purposes of legal assistance.


tiphmanagement@gmail.com





Operations

The Department of Disaster Mitigation and Recovery is concerned with responding to areas and communities affected by geophysical, hydrological, climatological, meteorological, and biological disasters. It is in charge of any events, activities, projects, partnerships, and sponsorships formed by the organization for the benefit of these areas and communities.


tiph.ddmr@gmail.com

The Department of Animal and Environmental Welfare is TIPH's arm when it comes to sustainability, climate action, animal welfare, and environmental justice. Raise awareness and help communities through campaigns, fundraisers, and projects to create positive change for the environment.


tiph.daew@gmail.com

The Department of Marginalized Community Action is a key TIPH space where volunteerism meets community development work. Projects here are about helping specific communities for the longer-term. Apply to us if you are up to the challenge – volunteer and get experience with grassroots immersion, fundraising and lead generation, and research and assessment. Help us build community through social media engagement and email management: we bridge donors to our partners!


tiph.dmca@gmail.com

The Department of SOGIE Rights is concerned with responding to the conditions arising from SOGIE inequality by advancing SOGIE rights and women's rights. It is in charge of any events, activities, projects, partnerships, and sponsorships formed by the organization for the alleviation of these conditions.


tiph.dsr@gmail.com

The Department of Mental Health is concerned with responding to the areas and communities of service users affected in response to their mental health issues including, but not limited to, rehabilitation and psycho-social support. It is in charge of any events, activities, projects, partnerships, and sponsorships formed by the organization for the benefit of these areas and communities.


tiph.dmh@gmail.com

The Department of Initiatives – Project Taft is a volunteer initiative that aims to expose and immerse its members and volunteers to different oppressed environments and communities in Taft. Specifically, Project Taft wishes to give aid to the MSME's of the Taft area especially in the crisis we are in right now by helping them transition to the online way of business.


tiph.projecttaft@gmail.com

The Department of Initiatives – Project España is a volunteer initiative that aims to expose and immerse its members and volunteers to the communities in España. Specifically, Project España aims to provide physical modules and online learning materials for the continual development of early-childhood education as we shift to the new normal.


tiph.projectespana@gmail.com

The Department of Initiatives – Project Katipunan is a volunteer initiative that aims to expose its members and reach out to different communities in Katipunan. Specifically, Project Katipunan caters to different vulnerable age groups within these communities, from the youth to the elderly, with their sustainable projects that aim to last for several years.


tiph.projectkatip@gmail.com