About Us


Santo Niño de Cebu Augustinian Social Development Foundation Inc. (SNAF) is the social development arm of the Justice and Peace Commission of the Order of Saint Augustine (OSA)-Province of Santo Niño de Cebu. It was organized and incorporated in 2009.

SNAF envisions to actively and meaningfully catalyse a development process in Augustinian communities in a way that imbues in these communities a deep sense of moral and social values and a commitment to improving their quality of life by alleviating poverty, safeguarding the children and the family, protecting the environment and respecting human rights.

Towards this end, SNAF is guided by the following:


An empowered, resilient, and faith-driven Augustinian-organized community living in harmony with one another and with the whole of creation.


SNAF commits itself to enable Augustinian-organized communities, especially the marginalized sectors and children, improve their quality of life and safeguard the environment.


Love and respect for creation
• Community solidarity
• Integrity of the family and children –‘no child left behind’
• Service to the marginalized sectors
• Common welfare and common good
• Dignity of work and labor

Main Office:

Sto. Nino Pilgrim Center Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino Compound, Osmena Blvd., Cebu City | 6000.

Telephone: (+63) (32) 253-1601

Satellite Office:

Door 1, Ground Floor Multi-Purpose Bldg., Augustinian CandleHouse Cmpd., F. Bas St., Mohon Talisay City | 6045

Telephone: (+63) (32) 234-1492

Email Address

Latest Updates


The Order of St.Augustine-Province of Santo Niño de Cebu is set to hold a coordinated tree-growing activities from September 9-10, 2021 across its various communities and Mission Territories as part of its 4-month-long Laudato-Si’campaign.

SNAF Hosts Educational Events for Kamaumo

The Santo Niño de Cebu Augustinian Social Development Foundation, Inc. hosted a back-to-back educational event among members of the Kahugpongan sa Mamumuong Mag-uuma sa Monte Marvilla (KAMAUMO) based in the Augustinian property in Brgy.Kang-actol, Dumanjug, Cebu in the last week of April, 2021.

Towards a Heritage of Resilience

On June 18 to 21, 2019, heritage stakeholders from across the Philippines gathered in a rare occasion to level up their knowledge and capacity as frontline guardians of the country’s fragile cultural patrimony amidst increasing risks of worse impact from severe disasters.