Historical Background

The Tahanang Mapagpala Ng Immaculada Concepcion Foundation Inc., was established in 2001 by the Senate Spouses Foundation Inc. led by then President Lourdes LL. Pimentel and Project Chairperson Susana B. Ople.

The Provincial Government of Bulacan under the leadership of then Governor Josefina Dela Cruz donated the parcel of lot where the building was constructed. The center building entailed a construction cost of  8.6 million.

As conceptualized, the building has an ideal accommodation of 100 beds capacity for its female wards. It has all amenities of a modern home, complete with a dining area, a TV area. An open pavilion and male and female toilets. It also provide with a conference room, a clinic, and administration office and employees quarters. The floor area is 1,000 square meters.

The center was formally turned over by the senate Spouses Foundation Inc., to the Diocese of Malolos, His Excellency Bishop Rolando J. Tria Tirona, OCD, D.D. On March19, 2001. It was formally opened in a ceremony held last September 4, 2001and began accepting wards.

Tahanang Mapagpala ng Immaculada Concepcion Foundation Inc. was established to oversee the center. However, the Foundation was only officially registered in 2017.

Currently, only abandoned female elderly are being served by the center. The Sisters of the Divine Shepherds (SDS) takes charge of this apostolate since it is the charism and the spirit of the congregation. The congregation is service-oriented and dedicated totally in the service to the poorest among the poor.