The Asilo de Molo, Inc. was formerly the Molo Asylum, Inc. and was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as a non-stock, non-profit corporation on September 13, 1993 with the aim to house and give necessary care to the poor elderly in and around Iloilo City.
Do you know that behind the walls that embrace the helpless people in the society lies a haven of beautifully-crafted artistry? Unknown to many, Asilo produces exquisite handmade embroidered materials such as vests for priests, wall decors, table cloths, pillow cases, table napkins, greeting cards, infants' dresses, shoes, and hats. Each were intrically designed to be distinctive from those available on the market.
Founded on July 8, 1934 by Rev. Fr. German P. Villasan, C.M. together with Dona Pilar Advincula de Javellana, and Dona Adela Lizares Vda. De Mapa, the Asilo de San Vicente de Paul came to life. Under the care of the Sisters of the Daughters of Charity, it has become a home for the homeless, a shelter for the needy, and a cradle for the hundreds of orphans in the past.