Help us build a greener future.


As De La Salle University continues to seek ways to serve as a leading research and learner-centered University in the country, it invites you to continue the Lasallian story of excellence and service for God and country by becoming a part of it once again.

  • Help today’s students succeed.
  • Back research, discovery, public engagement, and creativity.
  • Honor the people you hold dear.
  • Contribute to a cause you care about.
  • Get involved in shaping the minds and transforming lives of others.

Tuition and fees alone do not make all of these a reality for De La Salle University. Gifts from alumni and friends complement the limited resources of the University allowing it to seek out opportunities. Donations and grants allow the University to build more facilities, strengthen the caliber of its professors, and help shape the lives of our students who are being prepared for their future roles as leaders in various sectors of the society.


Both our donors and the beneficiaries have their stories to share. Read the stories below to know more about how giving at DLSU has fulfilled dreams of our students and faculty who benefited from the generosity of its donors.

Francis Jerome Aquino

Jadin Zam Doctolero: Soaring to Greater Heights

Francis Jerome Aquino

Huawei donates for DLSU Scholarships

Francis Jerome Aquino

DLSU unveils Jose T. Pardo AFSC Hall

Don Therone Gueco

Yupangco Electronics donates mixing console

Don Therone Gueco

Paul L. Cruz: Soaring to greater heights

Don Therone Gueco

Ann Palenge: A scholar turned donor

Don Therone Gueco

Jennica Arana: The Courage to Excel

Don Therone Gueco

Camille: A Lasallian always in all ways

Don Therone Gueco

Vio Jianu Mojica: The Heart of a Teacher

Don Therone Gueco

Jerwin Lawrence Go: Believe and Achieve

Don Therone Gueco

Kim Taruc: Javier Nepomuceno Scholar

Don Therone Gueco

Jomari Tan: A commitment to excellence

Don Therone Gueco

DLSU alumnus establishes professorial chair

Advancement and Alumni Relations Office

The DLSU Advancement and Alumni Relations Office (AARO) is the primary external resource generator and the unit which maintains lifelong ties between the University and its alumni, donors and friends. The office is responsible for the implementation of friend raising and fundraising initiatives essential in advancing the scholarship, faculty development and capital agenda of the University.

Edwin Theodoro Reyes – Executive Director
Ma. Cristina Aurelio – Donor Relations and Annual Campaign Officer

Marimel Fajutagana – Database Officer
Ma. Lourdes Malaluan – Content Writer and Research Officer
Cherisse Sebastian – Administrative Assistant

Lasallian Legacy Fund

Twenty-three years ago, one of the pillars of higher Lasallian education, the late Br. J. Benedict FSC, then the VP for Development, along with DLSU President Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC, started the Lasallian Legacy Fund (LLF) campaign.

The Lasallian Legacy Fund was born from long-standing efforts to make the Lasallian brand of education accessible to all. You can help deserving and gifted young minds with the lifelong tools they will need to uplift and better their circumstances and lead lives fully expressive of humanity, dignity and self determination.

The Lasallian Legacy Fund is an endowment fund where only the interest will be used and the principal will remain intact. Your gift will not only benefit the scholars of today but also of the future. We ask you to be at the front line of giving and leave a legacy to the youth entrusted to our care.

This is Jana Cabuhat

This is Jana Cabuhat

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Meet Aubrey Nichole Reyes-Medeiros

Meet Aubrey Nichole Reyes-Medeiros

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DLSU believes that strengthening our faculty is a major key to the growth of our Lasallian institution. By supporting their research, exposing them to international network, and helping them engage in continuing studies as well as professional development, we enable them to become the leading resource for our global Lasallian community and, as we often say, for God and country.

The foundation of our research and faculty development programs stands on the invaluable support of our alumni as well as our Lasallian Partners. Through the DLSU Professorial Chairs program, our investment income will provide a stable funding source for professorships, lecture series, and research.

A named Professorial Chair is created to recognize the significant contribution to scholarship and research and/or development of the University.  It is also awarded to those who have distinguished themselves in the discipline they represent.

Professorial Chairs fund the scholarship and research of our faculty from the different colleges.  University research centers offer innovative, alternative solutions to real world problems, particularly on areas such as socio-economic, environment and sustainability, technological advancement, and health and sciences, among others.

As we pursue our mission to be a leading learner-centered and research institution, DLSU creates spaces for the holistic development of students and the spiritual nourishment of the community we serve.

The Shrine of St. John Baptist de La Salle is under construction at the DLSU Laguna Campus. As the first shrine in the world dedicated in honor of the Patron Saint of Teachers, it is envisioned to be a pilgrimage site for educators.

The Shrine will be a repository of the relic of the Founder. Designed by Filipino-Colombian architect Carlos Arnaiz, the dedication of the Shrine of St. John Baptist de La Salle is scheduled in 2021.

In keeping with its mission, De La Salle University extends financial assistance to needy but capable Filipino men and women desiring to continue educational and training programs in both the undergraduate and the graduate levels.

To know more about DLSU Scholarships, visit

If you would like to take part in our mission of making quality, Christian education accessible to all, you may contact  us at [email protected]

DLSU Scholarships: Stories of Success

DLSU Scholarships: Stories of Success

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  • To harness the resources of industry and Lasallian Academic institutions
  • To accelerate generation of new knowledge and skills, and their application in business and industry
  • To promote social entrepreneurship and social innovation in response to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • To jointly respond to the challenges and disruptions of the 4th industrial revolution


The Lasallian Social Enterprise for Economic Development (LSEED) was developed in 2015 as a strategy to localize the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) #8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth, and SDG #17 – Partnerships for the Goals. LSEED is De La Salle University’s center for social entrepreneurship. It houses the University’s efforts on social entrepreneurship and social innovation.

LSEED implements programs in areas of formation / fellowship, social enterprise development, advocacy & internationalization, internship and volunteering, and curricular and co-curricular initiatives.


The construction of the St. Matthew’s Gym, located at the DLSU Laguna campus, was donated by DLSU alumnus Danilo K. Dimayuga (Accounting ‘56).  This will serve not only as a sports facility but also as a venue for community gatherings.



In fulfillment of the University’s mission to make Lasallian education more accessible to young professionals and aspiring lawyers, DLSU launched the Rufino Campus at the financial community of Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig as its newest College of Law building.

Currently, the 1,395 square-meter building houses more than 600 law students that are utilizing 17 classrooms, an auditorium, a prayer room, a moot court, and a law library.



The Enrique M. Razon Sports Complex is a ten-storey neoclassical building built in 1998.  The building was originally known as the Brother Athanasius Sports Complex, named after Br. Lucian Athanasius, one of DLSU’s past presidents.  In January 2003, the university received a donation from its alumnus Enrique Razon, Jr. for sports development, which included funds for scholarships and improvement of physical facilities.

The Sports Complex stands on a 3,155 square meter lot located at the corner of Fidel Reyes (formerly named Agno) and Noli Streets.



Built on the concept of a habitable tree, the DLSU Henry Sy, Sr. Hall commemorates the University’s centenary and illustrates its growing role in Philippine education as well as its commitment to environmental responsibility. 

The Hall has 14 floors of eco-friendly learning spaces and function areas where the academic community can gather for relaxation, interaction with one another, and official university activities. Interior areas of the building are named after various parts of a life-giving and nurturing tree.


The DLSU Centennial Hall is named in honor of its first donor, Henry Sy, Sr., whose generosity jump-started its construction.



You can express your appreciation for the Lasallian education received and for the fellowship with the Lasallian community through a bequest or legacy.  After providing for loved ones, you may choose to include De La Salle University in your will or estate plan as a beneficiary.

You may support a scholarship or aid students who graduate from your high school. You may decide to make a bequest that creates an ongoing endowment or investment fund for a project or advocacy that you have supported at DLSU.  You may also contribute annually to a scholarship and endow it through a bequest, allowing it to continue supporting future generations of Lasallian professionals.  You may also choose to establish a living legacy, such as honoring a loved one, by making an estate gift.

The Center for Social Concern and Action (COSCA) is the social development arm of De La Salle University. This means that it is the primary unit responsible for the leadership, advancement, and general oversight work on promoting the Lasallian Social Development (LSD) principles and social formation values of the Lasallian Guiding Principles. This means ensuring that everyone in the University is aware of and animates these principles, and engages in endeavors that actualize faith in action through service to and solidarity with the poor.

Philippines Recovery Efforts Led by Local Experts

Your donation will support initiatives to help partner people’s organizations, institutions and communities increase capacities on resiliency and safety such as knowledge generation and sharing and conduct of activities that support advocacy on climate change adaptation, mitigation and environmental protection and mobilizing resources for distribution of emergency relief goods for the recovery of victims of calamities in the Philippines (e.g. providing psychological trauma interventions).

Local Social Enterprise Development

The project supports the establishment of 10 social enterprises in partner urban poor communities, building capacities of promising 42 urban poor women and out-of-school youth on social entrepreneurs (SE) and 11 SE student fellows. This experience will help enable communities and the academe to develop “Champions” on SE, spur the growth of more social enterprises and help create jobs and offer more livelihood opportunities .

Talim Bay Coastal Resources Management Project

The Talim Bay Coastal Resource Management Project aims to provide an appropriate resource management option within the municipal waters. It will entail the following components: research, community organizing, supplemental livelihood, environmental education, and legal and institutional arrangements.



As DLSU continues to serve as a leading research and learner-centered university in the country, we want to ensure that Lasallian education is accessible to deserving Filipino youth through scholarships. The University thus established the “Benches for Scholarship” program to help shape the lives of our students who are being prepared for their future roles as leaders in various sectors of our society. 

We invite you to leave your lasting mark on campus, pay tribute to a loved one, or commemorate your college batch or an organization.  By naming one of the University benches, your gift can support the education of our scholars and transform their lives.


In line with St. John Baptist de La Salle’s educational work that integrates faith and scholarship, DLSU underscores the importance of offering various venues that support spiritual formation.  The “Pews for Prayers” project supports the upkeep and development of the chapels at DLSU Manila.


Our faculty at DLSU is a powerhouse team of experts in the fields of arts and social sciences, business and economics, computer technology, education, engineering, law, and natural sciences.  Graduates of almost 100 foreign universities, our teachers bring with them the world’s greatest minds.  To keep pace with the development in their fields, they continuously engage in research and participate in various training programs or pursue advanced studies. 

By having a tree that will bear your name, your support for our faculty will bear much fruit, particularly in the lives of the students and the communities that they touch.


Through the Culture and Arts Office, De La Salle University opens opportunities for our students to harness their creativity, showcase their talents, and promote our culture.  The “Seats for the Arts” is an invitation for you to leave a legacy for the development of our young artists.






The kada-uno initiative is a unified approach in responding to COVID-19.  Drawn from the term bawa’t isa, the initiative integrates the efforts of Lasallians and partner institutions in the country as we continue to aid the most vulnerable to the disease.  But more than just a response, kada-uno is a call to individuals, it is a call to YOU! We encourage the Lasallian Family and our fellow Filipinos to play a role, no matter how big or small, in helping contain and, eventually end the threat of COVID-19.  No one will be left behind and every deed will be counted.

To know more on ways to support the kada-uno initiatives, visit

“God of love, set me aflame with love for you and for my neighbour.” - St. La Salle


Giving comes in many forms; you may give your time to volunteer as a consultant, as a resource speaker, an adviser for orgs, help in sports recruitment or to volunteer to COSCA related projects. The possibilities are endless.

For philanthropic donations, we offer different ways for you to send your gift. You may donate via over the counter transactions or thru online / internet banking with our partner banks.

Mobile Phone/Internet Banking

Account Name: De La Salle University Science Foundation, Inc.

Account Numbers: 
1.       BDO – Savings Account – 458 – 009 – 1925
2.       UCPB – Savings Account – 120 – 116499 – 3

To validate your donation kindly send the confirmation slip/email to [email protected] together with your name & campaign title.

Account Name: De La Salle University Science Foundation, Inc.

Account Numbers: 
1.       BDO – Savings Account – 458 – 009 – 1925
2.       UCPB – Savings Account – 120 – 116499 – 3

For Cheques: De La Salle University Science Foundation, Inc.

To validate your donation kindly scan and email deposit slip to [email protected]  together with your name, campaign title.

If you are a De La Salle University employee, you may have your gifts to DLSU deducted from your pay-check by completing the salary deduction form by clicking the link below.

For donations from outside the Philippines and to discuss other options for giving or to receive more information, please contact us:


Phone: +632 8465 8941 or +632 8524 4611 loc. 107

Email: [email protected]

Advancement and Alumni Relations Office
20th Floor Br. Andrew Hall, De La Salle University
2401 Taft Avenue, 1004 Manila, Philippines
[email protected]
Tel: +632 8524 4611 loc. 107