July 27, 2019 – The United States Embassy in the Philippines and Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations Awards (TAYO) Foundation, Inc. gathered young leaders in Hotel Kimberly, Manila for the 2019 Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Manila Student Leaders Summit. Attended by close to 150 participants, the Summit was the culmination activity of the YSEALI
Ten out of the four hundred forty three entries from all over the Philippines were recognized as the best youth organizations with projects, programs, and advocacies aimed to bring about meaningful changes in their respective communities last February 16, 2017 at the Diamond Hotel Ballroom in Manila. The TAYO Awards recognizes Filipino youth groups
TAYO Awards Foundation inks Partnership with Jollibee in Search for Outstanding Youth Barkadas and Organizationstayo.secretariat May 27, 2016
Manila, Philippines – May 26, 2016: TAYO Awards Foundation has once again forged a partnership with the Philippines’ homegrown fastfood giant, Jollibee Foods Corporation as the Search’s Associate Presenter for 2016. The TAYO Awards is the country’s premier award giving body that recognizes and supports the outstanding contributions of youth organizations in the country. As
The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific, is the official airline partner of the 13th Search for the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations. With the help of Cebu Pacific, the TAYO Awards Foundation can promote the search in key Philippine cities. The airline will also bring representatives from top student organizations for the TAYO Week in Manila.
The TAYO Awards Foundation, Inc. launched a bigger and bolder Search for the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations last May 30, 2015. In its thirteenth year, the Search improves to highlight novel youth organizations and advocacies in the country. The Search introduces a new format that will not only select the best youth organizations in the
Last June 6, 2014, the TAYO Awards Foundation launched the 12th Search for the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations. The search aims to recognize youth organizations who exemplified the spirit of People Power through their various programs and projects. In its 11 years, the TAYO Search has been proving that the Filipino youth groups can change
“I refuse to call this generation a me-generation but indulge me in changing it, as proven by the youth in this room today, in calling it a we-generation, or rather, a TAYO-generation, because ours is a generation that innovates and finds solutions for the welfare of this shared world, for the welfare of
04 September 2013 – The annual Search for the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations received a total of 272 entries—probably the highest number for any award-giving body for the youth in the Philippines—from all corners of the country easily representing a great mixture of youth organizations. This number reflects how younger Filipinos are taking part in
16 August 2013–In line with the mission to turn the spotlight on the best of the Filipino Youth, TAYO launched GenTAYO last 3 June 2013. On its second year, GenTAYO was themed, simply, Youth+. Ten years of documenting youth stories of innovation, resilience, activism, and positivity, TAYO aimed to share the stories through the contest.
25 July 2013–Due to insistent public demand, organizers are extending the deadline of applications to the 11th Search of Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO 11) to 15 August 2013. Requests from youth groups, particularly school-based organizations, have reached the TAYO lines to extend the deadline because the certifications are yet to be released by Offices