Guide to LandBank Servicing Branches for 4Ps Members

The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) is a key program by the Philippine government aimed at reducing poverty.

Implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), this program provides conditional cash transfers to impoverished Filipino households distributed via selected Land Bank branches where beneficiaries can access their payouts.

Credits: DSWD

Breakdown of 4Ps Cash Assistance

The 4Ps program is designed to assist poor families, particularly those with children aged 0 to 18 years old.

Through conditional cash transfers, the program aims to enhance the health, nutrition, and education of its beneficiaries.

Families enrolled in the 4Ps receive monthly educational assistance for 10 months each school year.

Day-care and elementary students are allocated PHP 300 per month.

Junior high school students receive PHP 500 monthly, while senior high school students are given PHP 700 monthly.

Additionally, households receive PHP 750 per month for health-related expenses.

There is also a monthly rice subsidy of PHP 600.

Other benefits include automatic enrollment in PhilHealth and priority access to programs like the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP).

Typically, these cash grants are distributed through Land Bank ATMs.

If this method is not feasible, alternative options such as transactions through rural banks or GCash remittances are available.

Extensive Network of Land Bank Offices

Land Bank, with over 400 offices and more than 2,100 ATMs as of 2020, ascertains that most 4Ps members, including those in remote areas, can access their payouts.

List of Land Bank Servicing Branches by Region

If you are a 4Ps member looking to withdraw your benefits, you can find the nearest Land Bank branch from the list below.

National Capital Region (NCR) – 83 Branches

Includes offices at Araneta Center, Batasan, Camp Aguinaldo, Camp Crame, COA, Commonwealth, Cubao, East Avenue, EDSA Congressional, EDSA-NIA Road, and others.

Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) -10 Branches

Offices include Baguio, Baguio – Naguilian, Bangued, Bontoc, Buguias, Cabarroguis, La Trinidad, Lagawe, Luna, and Tabuk.

Region I – 22 Branches

Includes offices in Agoo, Alaminos, Batac, Bauang, Binalonan, Calasiao, Candon, Carmen, Dagupan, Laoag, Lingayen, Mangaldan, Mangatarem, Narvacan, San Carlos (P), San Fernando (LU), San Nicolas, Tagudin, Tayug, Umingan, Urdaneta, and Vigan.

Region II 16 Branches

Offices include Alicia, Aparri, Bambang, Basco, Cabagan (Isabela), Cauayan (I), Ilagan, Roxas (Isabela), San Isidro (Isabela), San Mateo (Isabela), Sanchez Mira, Santiago, Solano, Tuao (Cagayan), Tuguegarao, and Tuguegarao Capitol.

Region III 40 Branches

Includes offices in Angeles, Apalit, Balagtas, Balanga, Baler, Baliuag, Cabanatuan (NE), Cabanatuan Maharlika Highway, Camiling, Capas, Clark, Concepcion, Dau, Dinalupihan, Gapan, Guagua, Guimba, Iba, Limay, Malolos Highway, Malolos Plaza, Mariveles, Masinloc, Meycauayan, Muñoz, Muñoz Science, Olongapo, Palayan, Paniqui, Pulilan, San Fernando (P), San Ildefonso, San Isidro (NE), San Jose City (NE), San Jose del Monte, Sta. Maria, Subic, Talavera, Tarlac, and West San Fernando (P).

Region IV-A – 45 Branches

Includes offices in Antipolo, Atimonan, Balayan, Batangas City, Batangas Kumintang, Bauan, Biñan, Binangonan, Cabuyao, Cainta, Calamba, Calamba City Hall, Candelaria, Catanauan, Cavite City, Dasmariñas, GMA (Cavite), Gumaca, Imus, Infanta, Lemery, Lipa, Lopez (Quezon), Lucban, Lucena, Mulanay, Nagcarlan, Nasugbu, Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Rosario (Batangas), Rosario Cavite (CEZ), San Juan (Batangas), San Pablo (L), San Pedro (L), Sta. Cruz (L), Sta. Cruz Capitol (L), Sta. Rosa, Sto. Tomas (Batangas), Tagaytay, Tanauan, Tanay, Taytay, Trece Martires, and UP Los Baños.

Region IV-B – 13 Branches

Offices include Boac, Brooke’s Point, Calapan, Coron, Mamburao, Odiongan, Pinamalayan, Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa West, Romblon, Roxas Mindoro, Sablayan, and San Jose (Mindoro).

Region V – 20 Branches

Includes offices in Cataingan (Masbate), Daet, Daraga, Goa, Iriga, Irosin, Labo, Legazpi, Ligao, Masbate, Naga, Naga Rotundo, Pili, Polangui, San Andres, Sipocot, Sorsogon, Tabaco, Tigaon, and Virac.

Region VI – 25 Branches

Offices include Antique, Bacolod City, Bacolod Cybercentre, Cadiz, Caticlan, Culasi, Estancia, Gaisano (Iloilo), Guimaras (Jordan), Iloilo, Janiuay, Jaro, Kabankalan, Kalibo, Mandalagan – Bacolod, Passi, Plaza Libertad, Roxas (Capiz), Sagay, San Carlos (NO), Sara, Silay, Sipalay, Victorias, and UP Miag-ao.

Region VII – 28 Branches

Includes offices in Bais, Balamban, Banilad, Bantayan (Cebu), Bayawan, Bogo, Carcar, Cebu BOC, Cebu – Osmeña Blvd., Consolacion, Dalaguete, Danao, Dumaguete, Guihulngan, Jagna, Lapu-Lapu, MEPZA, Mandaue, Mandaue City Hall, MoalBoal, Naga City (Cebu), Plaza Independencia, Siquijor (Larena), Tagbilaran, Tagbilaran City Hall, Talibon, Toledo, and Tubigon (Bohol).

Region VIII – 16 Branches

Offices include Allen, Baybay, Borongan, Calbayog, Carigara, Catarman, Catbalogan, Guian, Hilongos, Maasin, Naval, Ormoc, San Juan (Southern Leyte), Sogod, Tacloban, and Tacloban Real.

Region IX – 12 Branches

Includes offices in Aurora, Buug, Dapitan, Dipolog, Ipil, KCC Mall de Zamboanga, Liloy, Molave, Pagadian, Sindangan, WMSU, and Zamboanga (Main).

Region X – 23 Branches

Offices include Aglagayn (Bukidnon), Calamba (Mis. Occ.), Camiguin, Carmen (CDO), Capistrano, Don Carlos, El Salvador City, Gingoog, Iligan, Kapatagan, Limketkai (CDO), Maigo, Malaybalay Highway, Manolo Fortich, Maramag, Oroquieta, Ozamiz, Puerto (CDO), Quezon (Bukidnon), Tangub, Tubod, Valencia, and Velez.

Region XI – 14 Branches

Includes offices in Bajada, Bansalan, Davao (Recto), Digos, Malita, Mati, Matina, Nabunturan, Panabo, Samal Island, San Pedro (D), Tagum, Tagum Capitol, and Toril.

Region XII – 21 Branches

Offices include Alabel, Calumpang (GSC), Cotabato, Cotabato City Hall, DOLE Phils., General Santos Gaisano, General Santos Pioneer, General Santos Highway, Isulan, Kabacan, Kidapawan, Kidapawan AMAS, Koronadal, Koronadal Highway, Lebak, Midsayap, Polomolok, Rosary Heights, Surallah, Tacurong, and Tupi (South Cotabato).

CARAGA – 9 Branches

Includes offices in Bayugan, Bislig, Butuan, Cabadbaran, Claver, Dinagat, San Francisco, Surigao, and Tandag.

BARMM – 7 Branches

Offices include Basilan, Bongao, Buluan, Jolo, Marawi, Parang, and Wao.

To see the most recent (as of July 2023) list of Land Bank Servicing Branches for 4PS Cash Distribution, click this link.

Recent Updates

DSWD’s Cash Grants Schedule for Pantawid Pamilya Beneficiaries

DSWD announces the cash grants pay-out schedule for Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries, set for June 7 via ATM withdrawals at selected LAND BANK Servicing Branches. Regions have specific payroll schedules for the release. For a complete list of the nearest LAND BANK Servicing offices, visit the provided link. Learn how to maximize the use of LAND BANK Cash Cards by watching the linked reel.


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To find out the schedule of your pay-out, you can contact your Municipal/City Link or DSWD. LAND BANK will only release a notice once they receive information from DSWD. You can also check your balance using our LAND BANK Mobile Banking Application. Just download it from Google Play or Apple Store, select the Cash Card Menu, and enter your Cash Card Number and PIN. You can withdraw your pay-out at an ATM or use it for payment at a Point of Sale (POS) terminal.



As one of the largest and most accessible banks in the Philippines, Land Bank plays an important part in the success of the 4Ps program.

By efficiently disbursing cash assistance to beneficiaries, the bank helps to uplift and empower the lives of 4Ps member households.

If you are a 4Ps member, be sure to locate your nearest Land Bank branch to access your cash grants and other benefits seamlessly.

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