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The Sister Clarette-Rosario Foundation or SCR, Inc. is a gift to mark the Centennial of SSpS Missionary Presence in the Philippines. The first Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit: Sisters Cleta, Cortona, Hieronyma, and Blasia arrived in the Philippines on January 2, 1912.

How the foundation started . . .

Significant dates:

May 6, 2010 – first meeting and election of foundation board members
May 14, 2010 – submission of application to SEC
May 26, 2010 – launching of campaign in Cebu City
June 10, 2010 – Foundation officially registered with SEC
September 5, 2012 - Foundation offficially registered with DSWD
June 27, 2014 - registered donee institution certified by Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)


First Foundation Board Meeting, May 6, 2010

The foundation finds inspiration in the loving memory of the five (5) Sisters of the SSpS-Trinity Province who are now enjoying eternal peace with the Creator: Sr. Milvida Estrada, Sr. Fe Monongulh, Sr. Socorro Ocon, Sr. Clarette Ramirez and Sr. Rosario Mercado.

Sr. Clarette
“ If I only had a year to live, I would turn deserts into gardens…”
All creation is in communion with ABBA. This is the premise by which Sr.Clarette lived her life. Her eloquence with words, her creativity, her living and her dying are a tribute to her oneness with creation.

Sr. Rosario
“The radiance of a person starts where she is within her real self.”
The above quote is from a passage written in Sr. Rosario’s prayer book. Her naughty smile and sunny disposition despite

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her confinement to a wheelchair has become a constant reminder that when one is true to oneself, one radiates the joy of Jesus all around.

The Missionary Sisters of the Holy Spirit of the Southern Philippine Province, known as the Trinity Province, launched its first Foundation to support the vision and mission of the SSpS Southern Province. This Foundation aims to consolidate financial resources from donors to actual services for the communities where the Sisters of the Holy Spirit are present.

The vision of the SSpS Trinity Province is focused on the dignity of each person, male and female, linking creation to a total communion of life.

Specific services give concrete expression to the vision. Examples of these services are, educating the Indigenous people of Surigao to preserve, protect, and hold sacred the IP culture; train the IP in the livelihood skills for self- sustainability as well as teaching the IP children, reading, writing, health, science, history with the hope that IP’s can also go to college An educated voice advocating for his/her own people will echo and its ripple effects will benefit the IP’s. Educating the poorest of the poor in various communities through scholarships is another way of providing a voice to the plight of the poor.

The Foundation will help to sustain the congregation’s fight against violence towards women and children, including embracing women in prostitution by simply allowing them to reclaim their dignity by retraining them with alternative livelihood skills.

Education, ecological balance, safeguarding the dignity of each person are the main thrusts of the Foundation which is aptly named, Sisters Clarette-Rosario Foundation, Inc, two of the SSpS Sisters who were passionate with these issues.



The Sisters Clarette-Rosario Foundation, Inc. ( SCR Foundation, Inc.) aims to achieve these objectives:

To support the Vision-Mission of the Mission CONGREGATION OF THE SISTERS SERVANTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT (SSpS), Philippines South, in response to the current issues and concerns of the society, with focus on the following:

1. Formation of the SSpS and Lay Mission-Partners to sustain the varied ministries of the Province towards communion of life.

2. Promotion of justice and equitable education towards a gender-fair community.

3. Promotion, respect and protection of the rights of and dignity of children, women and men.

4. Formation of the Indigenous Peoples on their identity as IP and training them on basic skills for their economic sustainability.

5. Advocacy for ecological balance and sustainable organic farming.