The Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko (translation "My Brother's Keeper") Foundation assists indigent Filipinos with their needs through multiple avenues. One of the foundation's main means of assisting is through the longest running public service television program in the Philippines, from its namesake Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko. It is also the first television program in the country to use sign language interpretation for the deaf.
For over four decades Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko, Philippine television's most durable medical-social service program, has provided the means by which kind-hearted groups and individuals can come to the rescue of desperate and indigent patients. It has also been effective in raising awareness about preventable diseases while giving medical assistance. For more history, click here.
When the program first went on the air in 1975, TV was so unlike the digital high definition medium it is now. While the program is still on the air on free TV on GMA channel 7 in the Philippines, it can also be watched online on our Youtube channel.
Patients Who Need Your Help
Experience the story of our indigent patients with medical needs, who were recently aired on national television during our TV program broadcast every Saturday at 5:00 am.