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Welcome to TOFIL Online

The Outstanding Filipino (TOFIL) Award is a project of Junior Chamber International (JCI) Senate Philippines and the Insular Life Assurance Co., Limited.

Conceived in 1988 to institutionalize public recognition of men and women, 41 years of age and over, whose exemplary achievements are worthy of emulation, TOFIL celebrates the time-honored traditions of excellence, hard work and fidelity demonstrated by our senior heroes in the task of building a free, fair and peaceful society.

Having recognized outstanding Filipinos for more than two decades now, TOFIL has become an institution, having developed a reputation for its selectiveness of outstanding men and women upon whom the award is conferred. TOFIL seeks to give national recognition to Filipinos whose selfless dedication to their profession or vocation has resulted in significant contributions to the welfare of their countrymen and our country at large, as well as to the advancement of their respective fields of endeavor.

News & Updates

Andrea Ofilada-Veneracion, 84

Professor Andrea O. Veneracion, National Artist for Music, passed away on July 9, just a few days before what would have been her 85th birthday on July 11. Veneracion founded the UP Madrigal Singers in 1963. The “Madz”, as the group came to be known later, is made up of students, faculty, and alumni of the University of the Philippines. It is the most awarded choir in Asia, having consistently won the top prizes in the world’s chorale competitions. The group changed its name to the Philippine...

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Calendar of Events

Launch of the 2014 TOFIL Awards Search
- Mar 28, 2014

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Organizers & Media Partner

The Insular Life Assurance Co., Ltd. is the first and largest Filipino life insurance company... Read more »

The JCI Senate Philippines is an organization of Jaycee International (JCI) members who... Read more »

The Philippine STAR is one of the top newspapers... Read more »

Great Leaders in Our Midst

Home is the Greener Pasture
by Dr. Crispin C. Maslog
Literature and Journalism, 1995

He could have made it big abroad yet Crispin would choose to come home again and again to the Philippines because he believes in offering the best journalism education to Filipino students.

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