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The 2019 LCF CSR Expo Program

The goal of the 2019 CSR Expo is to highlight collaboration among business, government, and civil society as a means to achieving collective impact. Its objectives are to:

SHARE. To share insights and best-fit practices; INSPIRE. To bring people together for a common purpose; and EMPOWER. To provide a platform for collaboration.

Thus, this year’s CSR celebration will highlight the theme “Toward Collective Impact: Collaborations that Work!”. It is about connecting people to more opportunities to work together and sustain efforts in light of calls for inclusive development and collective impact in addressing Philippines’ pressing socialissues, particularly poverty.

A two (2) day conference will be held at Jose Rizal Hall, Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Pasay City, Metro Manila. Sessions should be immediately after  plenary and breakout.

DAY 1 (July 4-Thursday)

Morning Session

      • National Anthem
      • Invocation 
      • Opening Performance

 

MR. MARIO A. DERIQUITO
Chairperson, League of Corporate Foundations (LCF)
President, BDO Foundation, Inc.

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MS. CECILE L. ALCANTARA
Vice Chairperson and CSR Expo 2019 Chair, LCF
President, Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines, Inc

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It has been 19 years since the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) was launched in July 2000 with a call to companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles and take actions that advance societal goals. Has collaboration moved the needle on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? What’s in it for Philippine corporations?

SPEAKER

Y. W. JUNARDY
Expert Team Member, United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)
President, Indonesia Global Compact Network
President and Commissioner, PT Rajawali Corpora, Indonesia

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DISCUSSANTS

MR. RAMON GIL S. MACAPAGAL
Head, Corporate Affairs, SM Investment Corporation

Mr. Aniceto M. Sobrepeña
Vice Chairman, Manila Doctors Hospital
(for confirmation)

 

MS. MA. VICTORIA A. TAN
Head, Group Risk Management and Sustainability Unit, Ayala Corporation

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MODERATOR

MARIA LUZ (YAYU) E. JAVIER MBA, CPM-Asia, CPAE

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Twenty-eight (28) years-old and Ninety-three (93) members-strong - how have LCF members made a dent in the development and sustainability landscape? Where are the gaps and what can we do to reach more and help more effectively?

SPEAKER

MR. ERIC BARRO
President, Integrative Competitive Intelligence, Asia

PANELISTS

ATTY. NEPOMUCENO A. MALALUAN
Undersecretary and Chief of Staff of the Office of the Secretary, Department of Education

Sec. Roy Cimatu
Department of Environment & Natural Resources
(for confirmation)

Dr. Mario C. Villaverde
Undersecretary of Health, Health Policy and Systems Development Team, Department of Health
(for confirmation)

Sec. Ramon Lopez
Secretary, Department of Trade & Industry
(for substitution)

Gen. Rolando Joselito D. Bautista
Secretary, Department of Social Welfare and Development
(for confirmation)

MS. MARICHU TELLANO
Deputy Executive Director, National Commission on Culture & the Arts

MODERATOR

 

MR. MARIO A. DERIQUITO
Chairperson, League of Corporate Foundations (LCF)
President, BDO Foundation, Inc.

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Collaboration is viewed as an opportunity for partners to create something new or scale up an existing approach together that might be impossible for a single organization to do on its own. Corporations, NGOs, government have been collaborating for at least two decades and yet, community challenges remain. What are we missing? How can we do better? Examples of international collective approaches which have moved complex challenges forward will be shared.

SPEAKER

LIZ WEAVER
Co-CEO, Tamarack Learning Centre, Canada

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MODERATOR

PROF. NIEVES CONFESOR
Core Faculty Member, Asian Institute of Management

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Afternoon Session

Toward Government and Private Stakeholders' Collective Impact on Quality Education.

Despite many challenges, public-private partnerships have resulted in improved education outcomes. For years, CSR/foundations have continuously engaged with the Department of Education, DSWD, CHED, TESDA, CSR/foundations and individuals to help improve literacy and economic opportunities. As more collaborations happen and with more money invested in educational intervention programs, it is imperative to take a look at their collaborative impact and translate learnings to policies and actions.

Presentation of real-life models of collaboration by the private sector that work with government, school and communities that successfully implemented collaboration-building strategies will be shared. We will listen to their stories and learn what made their collaborations work.

SPEAKER

Usec. Tonisito M.C. Umali, ESQ
Undersecretary, Legislative Liaison Office, External Partnerships Service and School Sports, Department of Education
(for confirmation)

PRESENTERS

LCF ComEd-The Story of Talaga Elementary School, Morong, Rizal
by Talaga Elementary School
Ms. Rosita Mangona, Principal

K to 12 Plus Project
by Primary Structures Educational Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Paulette D. Liu, Chief Operating Officer

Project Liadlaw
by Vivant Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Shem Jose W. Garcia, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Communications

The Power in Gratitude: A Case Study on National Teacher’s Month
by Metrobank Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Kristina Mae Misajon, Program Officer, Education Unit Secretariat, National Teacher’s Month

MODERATORS

Mr. Mark Abinsay
Program Officer, Petron Foundation Inc.
(for confirmation)

MS. LEAH GALGO
Senior Education Program Specialist, National Educators Academy of the Philippines

This session will be a presentation of how the government development goals are achieved through multi-sector collaboration. Examples will be shared respectively by invited Speakers from Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and Armed Forces of the Philippines on financial inclusion advocacy and on whole nation approach to peace-building.

PRESENTERS

GEN. BENJAMIN MADRIGAL
Chief of Staff, Armed Forces of the Philippines

 

MS. CHUCHI FONACIER
Deputy Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)

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MODERATORS

MS.AURORA F. TOLENTINO
Member, LCF Advisory Council

Break-Out Sessions 1

Three collaboration and collective impact inspired breakout sessions will be held simultaneously which will be led by CSR Thought Leaders and Practitioners.

An introduction to tools and approaches which can help extend collaborative and community impact.

SPEAKER

LIZ WEAVER
Co-CEO, Tamarack Learning Centre, Canada

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MODERATOR

MS. LILIBETH ARISTORENAS
Trustee, LCF and Executive Director, Unilab Foundation, Inc.

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VENUE

Meeting Room 1
( Jose Rizal Hall )

Delegates will have the opportunity to meet fellow practitioners and potential partners in speed-dating fashion.

FACILITATORS

MR. TERENCE ANG
Program Director, Unilab Foundation 

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MS. BERNICE ROLDAN
Director of Strategic Support
Unilab Foundation 

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VENUE

Meeting Room 14
( Benigno S. Aquino Hall )

Private sector-led multi-collaboration models on emergency response and DRRM will be presented and shared.

SPEAKERS

MS. VERONICA GABALDON
Executive Director, Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation

MS. MARILOU G. ERNI
Executive Director, National Resilience Council

MODERATOR

MR. RUSSELL U. BARRIZO
Trustee, LCF and Executive Director, Don Antonio O. Floirendo, Sr. Foundation, Inc.

VENUE

Meeting Room 10
( Graciano Lopez-Jaena Hall )

DAY 2 (July 5-Friday)

Morning Session

Recap of Day 1

MS. MARIBETH L. MARASIGAN
Trustee, LCF and First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Aboitiz Foundation Inc.

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Teaming up for the environment to work to implement changes that have a lasting and positive effect.

This session will provide models of collaboration that educate, inspire and show how effective collaboration is fostered by the private sector with government, communities, and individuals in protecting the environment. We will hear stories from presenters on collaborations that work and how it impacted to mitigate the effects of natural disasters, climate change, and so on.

SPEAKER

MR. RICARDO CALDERON
Director, Biodiversity Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources

PRESENTERS

The 10 Million Trees in 10 Years for Greener Negros Movement: Harnessing Partnerships for a Collective Impact
by Venture for Fundraising, Inc.
Ms. April Mamaril, Senior Program Manager

Base Bahay: Sustainable Socialized Housing in the Philippines-Merging Global Technology and Local Traditions
by Base Bahay Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Maricen Jalandoni, General Manager

UCPB-CIIF Reforestation Program
by UCPB-CIIF Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Ricky Lepatan, Executive Director

MODERATOR

TBA

This session will demonstrate and share collaborative, multi- sector approach in sustaining commitment to address significant health issues. The presenters will discuss and share how collaborations between the private sector, government, communities, individuals and other organizations can bring positive health outcomes.

SPEAKER

MS. MARY JANE ORTEGA
Member of the Board, Institute for Solidarity in Asia, Clean Air Asia, and St. Louis College, La Union, and Special Adviser to CITYNET, City of Yokohama's Y-Port Project, and ICLEI

PRESENTERS

Child-focused Community Development
by the Feed the Children Foundation, Inc.

Linaw Tingin
by Fred Hollows Foundation, Inc.

First 1000 Days
by the Zuellig Family Foundation

MODERATOR

TBA

This session will provide concrete examples of tools and programmes that show how collaborations between the private sector, government, and communities were able to address significant concerns in managing and making enterprises sustainable. The presenters will share stories that deal with the long-term effects of entrepreneurial culture.

SPEAKER

HON. ZENAIDA MAGLAYA
Undersecretary, Regional Operations Group, Department of Trade and Industry

PRESENTERS

Public-Private Collaboration for Start-ups
by QBO Innovation Hub
Ms. Katrina Chan, Executive Director

Creating an Ecosystem of Support for Farmer-Entrepreneurs
by the Jollibee Group Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Gisela Tiongson, Executive Director

Noble Bakers Project

by Aboitiz Foundation Inc.
Ms. Jowelle Ann Cruz, Education Program Manager

MODERATOR

TBA

Afternoon Session

Break-Out Sessions 2

Three collaboration and collective impact inspired breakout sessions will be held simultaneously which will be led by CSR Thought Leaders and Practitioners.

An introduction to tools and approaches which can help extend collaborative and community impact.

SPEAKER

LIZ WEAVER
Co-CEO, Tamarack Learning Centre, Canada

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MODERATOR

MR. RONNIE TAPNIO
Trustee, LCF and Executive Director
ICCP Foundation, Inc.

VENUE

Meeting Room 1
( Jose Rizal Hall )

Delegates will have the opportunity to meet fellow practitioners and potential partners in speed-dating fashion.

FACILITATORS

MR. TERENCE ANG
Program Director, Unilab Foundation 

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MS. BERNICE ROLDAN
Director of Strategic Support
Unilab Foundation 

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VENUE

Meeting Room 14
( Benigno S. Aquino Hall )

This session will demonstrate how collaboration benefits both business and the arts and culture sector.

SPEAKER

Mr. Bernan Joseph Corpuz
Chief, Plan/Policy Formulation and Programming Division, National Commission for Culture and the Arts
(for confirmation)

PRESENTERS

Enriching Communities Through Theater
by the Philippine Educational Theater Association
Ms. Kristina Sablayan, Marketing and Public Relations Office

Rebuilding Heritage Churches
by Felicidad T. Sy Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Imelda Elido, Executive Director

Original Pilipino Performing Arts (OPPA)
by Resorts World Manila (Travelers International Hotel Group)
Mr. Archie Nicasio, Head of CSR

Metrobank Foundation Inc.
(on visual arts) TBC

Lopez Group
(museum) TBC

MODERATOR

TBA

VENUE

Meeting Room 10
( Graciano Lopez-Jaena Hall )

This session will be a sharing on the progress of the SDGs- how are we faring and what are the rest of the monitoring mechanisms being placed to assure achievement of the commitments made?

SPEAKER

SEC. ERNESTO M. PERNIA
Secretary, Socioeconomic Planning
Director-General,
National Economic Development Authority

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MODERATOR

Mr. Jeffrey O. Tarayao
One Meralco Foundation, Inc.
(to be confirmed)

MS. CECILE L. ALCANTARA
Vice Chairperson and CSR Expo 2019 Chair, LCF
President, Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines, Inc

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The CSR Guild Awards is a recognition program of the League of Corporate Foundations. It is a seal of excellence in corporate citizenship to the most reputable and premier organizations implementing social good initiatives with meaningful and sustainable impact to the communities and institutions they serve

The awards are acknowledging the outstanding CSR projects and collaborations within a given period as collectively decided by the ninety-three (93) strong member organizations of LCF.

PRESENTER

MR. REGINALD M. ANDAL
Public Affairs Director and Trustee, LCF
Executive Director, Manila Water Foundation, Inc. 

( Cocktails/Snacks to be served )

Speakers

MR. MARIO A. DERIQUITO
Chairperson, League of Corporate Foundations (LCF)
President, BDO Foundation, Inc.

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MS. CECILE L. ALCANTARA
Vice Chairperson and CSR Expo 2019 Chair, LCF
President, Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines, Inc

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Y. W. JUNARDY
Expert Team Member, United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)
President, Indonesia Global Compact Network
President and Commissioner, PT Rajawali Corpora, Indonesia

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MR. RAMON GIL S. MACAPAGAL
Head, Corporate Affairs, SM Investment Corporation

MS. MA. VICTORIA A. TAN
Head, Group Risk Management and Sustainability Unit, Ayala Corporation

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MARIA LUZ (YAYU) E. JAVIER MBA, CPM-Asia, CPAE know more

MR. ERIC BARRO
President, Integrative Competitive Intelligence, Asia

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LIZ WEAVER
Co-CEO, Tamarack Learning Centre, Canada

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PROF. NIEVES CONFESOR
Core Faculty Member, Asian Institute of Management

MS. LEAH GALGO
Senior Education Program Specialist, National Educators Academy of the Philippines

GEN. BENJAMIN MADRIGAL
Chief of Staff, Armed Forces of the Philippines

MS. CHUCHI FONACIER
Deputy Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)

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MS.AURORA F. TOLENTINO
Member, LCF Advisory Council

MS. LILIBETH ARISTORENAS
Trustee, LCF and Executive Director, Unilab Foundation, Inc.

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MR. TERENCE ANG
Program Director, Unilab Foundation 

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MS. BERNICE ROLDAN
Director of Strategic Support
Unilab Foundation 

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MS. MARIBETH L. MARASIGAN
Trustee, LCF and First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Aboitiz Foundation Inc.

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MR. RICARDO CALDERON
Director, Biodiversity Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources

MS. MARY JANE ORTEGA
Member of the Board, Institute for Solidarity in Asia, Clean Air Asia, and St. Louis College, La Union, and Special Adviser to CITYNET, City of Yokohama's Y-Port Project, and ICLEI

HON. ZENAIDA MAGLAYA
Undersecretary, Regional Operations Group, Department of Trade and Industry

MR. RONNIE TAPNIO
Trustee, LCF and Executive Director
ICCP Foundation, Inc.

SEC. ERNESTO M. PERNIA
Secretary, Socioeconomic Planning
Director-General,
National Economic Development Authority

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MR. REGINALD M. ANDAL
Public Affairs Director and Trustee, LCF
Executive Director, Manila Water Foundation, Inc. 

18th LCF CSR Expo Sponsors

PLATINUM SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSOR

SILVER SPONSORS

BRONZE SPONSORS

PATRON SPONSOR

KAPIHAN SA LCF SPONSOR

DELEGATE BAG SPONSOR

PRINT MEDIA PARTNER

Who Should Attend

  • High-level Executives / C-Suite
  • Brand Experts / Corporate Communications / Public Relations Teams
  • Sales & Marketing Department
  • Business Leaders / Business Developers / Agency
  • Executives
  • Human Resource
  • Social Entrepreneurs / MSMEs / Start-ups
  • Health Care Providers
  • Disaster Resiliency Advocates
  • Volunteers / Community Development Specialists
  • Students, Researchers, Teachers, Professors,
  • Academic Coordinators
  • News & Media Organizations/ Practitioners
  • Community Relations Officers/ Foundations/ CSR Executives
  • Digital Influencers/ digital executives and professionals
  • Business Chambers and Corporate Organizations, Societies, Embassy Leaders & Foreign Chambers
  • Provincial Government Units, National Government Agencies

Register Now!

Be a part of the business community that is willing to reinforce sincere commitment and contribution of resources to CSR projects and programs!


Please note that the invoice and official receipt will be billed under the name of the organization registered.

Delegate Registration FAQs

Is there a separate rate if I want to attend just the plenary sessions?

We do not offer a plenary session-only rate.

Let’s say I want to attend just the first day of the conference and my officemate wants to attend the second day, can I transfer my pass as a delegate to him/her?

Your pass as a delegate is non-transferable. Multiple persons are not allowed to share one pass.

How do I pay?

Payments may be deposited in this account:

Bank Branch: BPI – Tordesillas Branch

Account no: 0361-0165-13
Account Name: League of Corporate Foundations – CSR Expo

Kindly email deposit slip to the LCF Secretariat at secretariat@lcf.org.ph

How do I get my invoice?

Our system will automatically email you an invoice after your registration. If you did not receive this, you may get in touch with us at (+632) 892-9189 or (+632) 892-5753.

The Logo

Idea

The rope is a piece of strong, thick string made of long twisted threads. It is usually used to tie things together.

Concept

The rope has the power of binding and loosening. There is strength when institutions work together. There is impact when people cooperate for a common purpose. Through collaboration, the communities we assist will experience the change towards holistic development and inclusive transformation.

Elements

The first five (5) threads with different color represent the five (5) sectors in our meaningful collaboration on societal development : government, business, academe, socio-civic and the LCF. The last two (2) threads with different color signify the participants in and recipients of our collective impact : the beneficiaries and the public. Everyone is involved. We implement a participatory and sustainable approach on our programs, projects and initiatives.

History of the LCF CSR Expo

Since 2001, the LCF has annually held the LCF CSR Expo, a multi-day event that showcases the best of LCF and CSR in the Philippines through a conference and an exhibition. The event is held every first week of July, following the former president Joseph Estrada's Presidential Proclamation that the first week of July shall be known as "CSR Week".

The LCF CSR Expo brings together the Philippine business community and other sectors to discuss the latest trends, models and practices in CSR, and promote a common framework for action in support of sustainable national development. Past themes and logos adopted by the annual LCF CSR Expos trace the development of CSR in the Philippines:

The Expo includes a conference and exhibition as its main attractions: the conference being a platform for CSR practitioners to discuss new ideas and trends, address issues and challenges, provide new knowledge and skills, and showcase CSR success stories. The conference is open to all companies and individuals interested in CSR, for a fee inclusive of all meals and conference materials.

The LCF CSR Expo presents an excellent opportunity to network with a highly targeted delegate base. In the previous years, about 500 delegates coming from diverse sectors attend the LCF CSR Expo, from the private sector, business community, civil society, the government and the academe.

Manifesto of Support

A commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and Volunteerism by the Business Community:

CSR Mandate

Presidential Proclamation 299 (April 27, 2000)
The League of Corporate Foundations having established itself as a key player in the development of a responsible business sector, can best serve as the overall coordinating body to effectively oversee the activities of the Corporate Social Responsibility Week to ensure the meaningful celebration of this event.

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