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We are a tax exempt organization with a mission to promote arts & literature and support the local community;
provide scholarship programs to indigents and deserving students in the Philippines.

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The Foundation has formed an alliance with another tenant at the Viceroy Business Center where it holds it headquarters: the Women’s Business Hub. Through its Business Seminars and Workshops, Mentoring and Internship…


The Foundation supports the various nonprofits and professional organizations at the DFW Metroplex. I.M.E.C.C. promotes diversity and goodwill among members. It aims to create a link among people…

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The three members initiated the beginning of Roscon Foundation in 1999. In 2002, Roger T. Cruz, Carol C. Smith and Randal K. Smith incorporated the Foundation and it gained recognition as a public charity organization…

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Roscon Scholarship Foundation, Started in 1993 out of a piggy bank at Little P.I. Video and Supply Store. Obtained its 501(C) status in 2003 and kept on growing. The Chairman and the executive director owned an Asian store from 1993 to 2006. They placed a piggy bank at the counter. Each dime or quarter a buyer puts, management matched it to support the scholarship program initiated in Tarlac state university where director used to teach and work. Up to this year, 2022, the program is still active in Texas. In 2019, the founders visited the hometown of their parents and they were inspired to stay in Tarlac City longer. In 2023, they registerd Roscon Organ ization Pilipinas, Inc. in Region III to continue with Roscon’s charitable activities in Luzon. A clip is posted here to show why they were motivated to operate in Tarlac City. The current leader of the province is enigmatic and so public-oriented!
Roscon stand for “Food for the Soul”. The Origin of “ROSCON” came from “ROS” for Rosario and “CON” for Conrado. Initially it was a Family Foundation started in 1993 named after the parents of one of the founders, Carolina Cruz Cuison-Smith. But in 2002 it was incorporated and converted into a 501(C)3 Non-Profit organization. By 2007, it has graduated 11 college students from the Tarlac University and conducted art shows, seminars and bazaars at its Dallas Office. By 2008, it was classified as a public charity organization under section 170(B) of Non-Profit Regulation of the Federal Government. In 2012, it launched its first Festival Tour Event in Luzon, focusing on the Aeta tribes in San Jose, Tarlac, an indigenous tribe in Luzon with such a rich culture that delegates were fascinated with its traditions and villages. In 2014, the Festival Tour brought delegates to Cebu. 2016 & 2017 saw more Festival Tours in Luzon and it was apparent at this time that the City of Tarlac has formed a strong bond with the Foundation of Texas. Roscon Foundation has also formed a strong alliance with one of its Tarlac directors, Lanie Valencia, who opened the doors of a resort at Virgen De Los Remedios in Bamban, Tarlac, so foreign delegates can find recluse during the festival tours to relax and enjoy the ambience of the beautiful resort. It’s called “Bale-Balayan” which means “Playhouse”.
Welcome to BALE-BALAYAN RESORT & VILLAS located at Virgen de los Remedios, Anupol, Bamban, Tarlac.

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