Since its creation in 1964, the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. (BPCI), a non-stock, non-profit organization and foundation, and the organizer of the Binibining Pilipinas, has established skills trainings and educational workshops for the indigents and philanthropic/humanitarian projects and activities that have benefitted many orphans and street children, poor families and other less fortunate members of the Philippine society. BPCI also conducted medical and dental missions and participated in relief operations in Central Luzon during the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991. Binibining Pilipinas past and then titleholders (beauty queens) visited the ash-laden town of Porac, the Tent City in Pampanga, and other refugee camps, to distribute food, medicines and other basic needs to the affected residents that included ethnic tribes that lived on the volcano slopes. The annual pageant is the main source of the foundation's funds. On August 20, 2012, the organization and its winners also helped in the distribution of relief goods from the aftermath of the flooding caused by the Southwest Monsoon rains.
From 1952 to 1963, the Miss Philippines pageant was held to select the representative of the Philippines to the Miss Universe pageant. In 1964, Stella Marquez-Araneta started the Binibining Pilipinas beauty pageant after acquiring the local franchise for Miss Universe. The current 2013 Miss Universe Philippines titleholder is Ariella Arida.
The Miss Universe Philippines title was formerly called Binibining Pilipinas Universe. The title was changed in 2010 to conform to the international standards for the Miss Universe pageant.
Declared as Miss Universe
Ended as runner-up or as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Universe
Ended as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Universe
Prior to the BPCI's acquisition of the local franchise for the Miss International pageant in 1968, the Philippines already won a Miss International crown when Gemma Cruz-Araneta won the title in 1964. In 1969, the title Binibining Pilipinas International was proclaimed together with the Binibining Pilipinas Universe in one coronation night. Under BPCI, the Philippines won four additional Miss International crowns. The current title holder is Bea Rose Santiago who is also the crowned Miss International 2013 and Philippines' fifth Miss International titleholder.
Declared as Miss International
Ended as runner-up or as one of the top semifinalists in Miss International
Ended as one of the top semifinalists in Miss International
In 2012, Binibining Pilipinas appointed the first runner-up to be the titleholder of Binibining Pilipinas Supranational. The winner will represent the Philippines in the Miss Supranational pageant. In 2013, the title was added together to the first three Binibining Pilipinas titles. The current titleholder of Binibining Pilipinas Supranational is Mutya Johanna Datul. The very first Philippine delegate to Miss Supranational 2011 was Lourenz Grace Salibay Remetillo of Iligan City, Lanao del Norte, who was crowned Miss Supranational Philippines 2011 chosen by a Singapore-based organization.
The title was first given in 2005 as a special title. The first delegate was Wendy Valdez who was not able to compete as the franchise holder of the pageant was given to Carousel Productions, the organization behind Miss Philippines Earth. Carousel Productions continued to send delegates to Miss Tourism Queen International from 2006 to 2009. The title was revived in 2011 under Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. Starting from that year, it became one of the major titles of the competition. The winner of Binibining Pilipinas Tourism represents the country to the Miss Tourism Queen International. The current titleholder of Binibining Pilipinas Tourism is Joanna Cindy Miranda.
Declared as Miss Tourism Queen International
Ended as runner-up or as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Tourism Queen International
Ended as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Tourism Queen International
The Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. selected the Philippine representative to the Miss World pageant from 1992 to 2010. The local title was renamed to Binibining Pilipinas World and was added to the two other major beauty titles: Binibining Pilipinas Universe and Binibining Pilipinas International respectively.
The Philippines highest placement came in 2013 when Megan Young won Miss World but she won in Miss World Philippines to represent the country in Miss World. In 1993, Ruffa Gutierrez placed third. Czarina Catherine Ramos Gatbonton, the representative of the Philippines in Miss World 2010, is the last Binibining Pilipinas World titleholder.
The following were the ones who won the Miss Maja Pilipinas title who represented the country in the Miss Maja International pageant. The title was not given after the 1985 edition of Binibining Pilipinas.
Declared as Miss Maja International
Ended as runner-up or as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Maja International
Ended as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Maja International
Miss Young International was a pageant for women aged 14 to 19. The following were the ones who won the Miss Young Pilipinas title who were able to represent the country in the Miss Young International pageant.
Declared as Miss Young International
Ended as runner-up or as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Young International
Ended as one of the top semifinalists in Miss Young International
^ab In 1984, Catherine Jane Doucette Destura Brummitt was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-International. However, due to some entry restrictions, she was replaced by Miss Maja Pilipinas 1984, Maria Villa Bella dela Peña Nachor. Despite not being able to compete in Miss International, she still retained her title. She was then sent to Miss Maja International 1984 pageant where she placed as one of the semifinalists.
^abc In 1991, Anjanette Palencia Abayari was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-Universe but was dethroned because she was an American citizen. Maria Lourdes Gonzalez, that year's Miss Maja Pilipinas, replaced her as Miss Philippines in the Miss Universe pageant held in Las Vegas, Nevada. After Maria Lourdes Gonzalez was handed the Binibining Pilipinas-Universe title, the Miss Maja Pilipinas title was handed to Selina Manalad.
^abc In 1992 Marilen Camilen Espino was crowned as the very first Binibining Pilipinas-World. Days before her departure for the 1992 Miss World pageant, she was replaced by Miss Maja Pilipinas Marina Pura Abad-Santos Benipayo as Philippine representative due to health reasons. Despite not being able to compete in Miss World, she still retained her title.
^abc In 1998, Olivia Tisha Carlos Silang was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-Universe, but dethroned due to her Canadian citizenship. Jewel May Lobaton, the first runner-up, was selected as the Philippine representative in the Miss Universe pageant held in Honolulu, Hawaii.
^abcdef In 1999, Janelle Delfin Bautista was crowned Binibining Pilipinas-Universe, but was dethroned because of citizenship issues. Miriam Redito Quiambao, the Binibining Pilipinas-World, was asked to assume the title. Lalaine Bognot Edson who was originally crowned Binibining Pilipinas-International was appointed as Binibining Pilipinas-World when original titleholder Miriam Redito Quiambao was officially given the Binibining Pilipinas0Universe crown. Georgina Anne Sandico who finished as a semifinalist in the 1999 pageant was then appointed as Binibining Pilipinas-International upon the designation of original titleholder Lalaine Bognot Edson as Binibining Pilipinas-World.
^abc The Binibining Pilipinas-Tourism was a special title awarded to Wendy Valdez who was also the first runner-up of the 2005 edition. Wendy Manalus Valdez was not able to attend the pageant as the official franchise holder of Miss Tourism Queen International was given to Carousel Productions. Carousel Productions chose their own representative in the pageant's 2005 until 2009. Binibining Pilipinas-Tourism will only become an official title in the pageant's 2011 edition.
^ab In 2008, Janina San Miguel won the Binibining Pilipinas-World title but later resigned. She was replaced by Danielle Castaño.
^ In 2010, Maria Venus Raj, the winner of Binibining Pilipinas Universe 2010 was dethroned due to "inconsistencies" between her birth certificate and the personal account of her birth and for a few days was replaced by Helen Nicolette Henson, the second runner-up of the same pageant. Politicians criticized the pageant's decision of dethroning Venus Raj and not immediately replacing her with the first runner-up. On April 10, 2010, the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. reversed their decision allowing Raj to reclaim her title pending correction of the minor technicalities or clerical error contained on her birth record and obtainment of a valid Philippine passport.
^ In 2011, Dianne Elaine Samar Necio was the 1st runner up of Binibining Pilipinas 2010. However, she decided to resign as a first runner up to compete for the 2011 pageant. And Yet, she was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-International.
^ Janine Marie Tugonon was the first runner up of Binibining Pilipinas 2011. However, she decided to resign as a first runner up of Binibining Pilipinas 2011 to compete for the 2012 pageant. And Yet, she was crowned as Miss Universe Philippines 2012.
^ab In 2012, when Binibining Pilipinas 2012 first runner-up, Elaine Moll was awarded the title Binibining Pilipinas-Supranational and became that year's official representative to the Miss Supranational. Binibining Pilipinas 2012 second runner-up, Annalie Forbes replaced her as the first runner-up.