The study aimed to develop a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Framework for Mindanao. The elements comprising the framework are dimensions and agenda of CSR for Mindanao. Mixed method of qualitative and quantitative is the main research design in the process of constructing the CSR framework through Survey and Delphi Technique, respectively. The data collection was done electronically (through Facebook, Email, and corporation websites) and conventionally (through enumerators and personal encounters). Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) was employed on the data of the survey in extracting thematic construct of CSR aided by Monte Carlo Simulation to come up with the dimensions. Modal, Content, and Thematic Analysis was used iteratively in the three-round Delphi Technique to achieve consensus on the agenda of CSR for Mindanao. Findings revealed that there are six pillars of corporate social responsibility in Mindanao. These are Conﬂict Transformation, Environmental Sustainability through Values Formation, Food Security and Agri-Tourism, Human Capital Governance, Community-Based Good Governance, and Community-Based Disaster Preparedness and Response. Tis framework is hoped to give light to uncertainties on how corporations can eﬀectively participate more for peace and development in Mindanao and perhaps applicable to the Philippines as a whole.