February 13: During the International Council meeting, Meloto announces his resignation from the body. In response, Padilla also resigns. The two then request the resignation of another Council member, Arturo Lagana, who follows suit.
February 19: Based from Meloto's reply, Chanco replies to Cruz in his column, with the title "Social entrepreneurs."
AM: Council member Jose Tale emails Padilla, asking him to reconsider his decision. Padilla replies that he will push through with his decision. 
PM: Padilla, Meloto, and Agana announce their resignation from the International Council during the Mission Core Group teaching at Xavier School in San Juan, Metro Manila. (Read Padilla's speech here, Meloto's speech here, Agana's speech here, and Tale's speech here.)
The 4-man International Council releases its memorandum on the resignations; Tale is appointed Executive Director. 
Tale releases a memorandum on the new assignments of the 4-man Council on the Seven Pillars. 
Ernesto Maipid, a member of the 4-man Council, releases a memorandum for the GK workers, specifying Tale's appointment as GK Chairman (replacing Padilla), the appointment of Luis Oquiñena as Executive Director (replacing Meloto), and Maipid's appointment as Secretary. 
February 23: Victor Agustin, a columnist of the Manila Standard Today, writes about the resignations in his column Cocktales: Reading Between the (Head) Lines, entitled "Gawad Kalinga loses pillars."
February 26: In his column, Agustin mentions that a group of "elders" in CFC (possibly referring to the International Council, the Board of Elders, and the Elders Assembly) precipitated the resignations of Padilla and Meloto. 
May 8: A draft proposal addressed to Manila Archbishop Gaudencio Cardinal Rosales paving the way for the separation of GK and CFC, which was sent to the Easter Group (specifically Maribel Descallar and Gary Faustino), makes its way into the International Council. The authorship of the draft remains in question. Although it was said that Bishop Socrates Villegas of the Diocese of Balanga drafted it, it was also said that Padilla, Lagana, Tale, and Maipid were directly or indirectly involved in writing the draft.
Bishops Villegas and Reyes and Archbishop Angel Lagdameo of the Archdiocese of Jaro, in behalf of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines, write to the Elders Assembly strongly recommending the Council members to discuss their differences and problems with one another as well as the postponement of the elections. 
In a special meeting, majority of the Board of Elders (11 out of 15) vote that the elections proceed as scheduled.
The International Council responds to the CBCP letter, stating that they will keep on discussing their problems, and respectfully and humbly submitting the decision to proceed with the elections. 
Padilla and his wife, Lagana and his wife, Faustino, Descallar, and other leaders of the Easter Group meet at the house of Oscar Contreras and prepare "strategic action plans" in connection with the scheduled elections. 
June 8: Cardinal Rosales writes to Archbishop Lagdameo and Bishops Villegas and Reyes, stating his support in whatever recommendation they will make with regard to CFC. 
The International Council writes to Archbishop Lagdameo and Bishops Villegas and Reyes, explaining the decision to hold the elections as scheduled. 
Jose "Lito" Tayag, Moderator of the Board of Elders, writes to that body, countering the claim made by Padilla that the body agreed to the proposal that the former International Council (made up of the resigned and the remaining members) be inhibited from the election. 
June 20: The Elders' Assembly meet for a recollection night as part of the procedure for the elections.
June 21: Bishop Reyes meets the Elders' Assembly, wherein he explains the recommendation for a win-win solution.
June 22: The elections for the new members of the International Council are held. The Elders' Assembly does not ratify the memorandum of agreement despite pressure from the Council and the Easter Group.  The remaining Council members (Tale, Maipid, Jose Yamamoto, and Rouquel Ponte) are re-nominated and reelected, along with the additions of Tayag, Joey Arguelles, and Melo Villaroman Jr.  A new set of Board of Elders are elected as well. 
Board of Elders member Jun Uriarte and his wife release their paper Letters of Aquila and Priscilla entitled By their fruits you will know them, admonishing Padilla and Meloto to reconcile with one another to help solve the crisis. 
J.A. de la Cruz, a columnist of the Business Mirror, writes about the CFC Crisis in his column Coast-to-Coast, entitled "CFC vs GK; DOF’s plan."
July 21: Contreras releases his response regarding the July 19 International Council statement. 
July 22: The International Council consults with the Provincial Area Heads throughout the Philippines.
October 4: Mariano Santos, editor-in-chief and publisher of the Chicago-based PINOY: The Filipino-American Newsmagazine, writes about the CFC Crisis in his column PINOY Insider, entitled "A blessing called 'Gawad Kalinga.'"
October 5: In his column, Agustin mentions that CFC is "sniping" at Senate President Manny Villar and his wife Las Piñas Representative Cynthia Villar because the couple allowed the FFL to establish its Home Office at the Villar-owned Star Mall. 
October 28: The Manila Mail publishes "Meloto, Padilla give their sides on CFC split."