The Aboitiz Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of the Aboitiz Group, together with AboitizPower geothermal unit AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI), and Aboitiz food business unit Pilmico extended relief assistance to nearly 9,000 families in areas affected by Typhoon Rolly (Goni).
The corporate social responsibility arm of BDO Unibank wasted no time reaching out to Filipinos devastated by Typhoon Rolly, considered the strongest storm in 2020. BDO Foundation immediately distributed its first batch of relief packs to almost 11,000 affected families in Albay, Camarines Sur and Catanduanes—provinces hit hardest by the super typhoon.
BDO Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of BDO Unibank, continues to look after its beneficiaries after the completion of its projects.
In line with its reconstruction program, the foundation recently performed maintenance and repair works on seven school buildings it has constructed in areas affected by Typhoons Tisoy and Ursula.
In partnership with P&G, Safeguard Philippines and Department of Health, two handwashing facilities were turned over to the Marikina City Government on October 29, to help ensure the safety of the frontliners, staff and patients who will use the quarantine facilities in the sports center.
Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF), the social and humanitarian arm of Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP), continue to support its adopted school, Pulong Sta. Cruz Elementary School (PSCES) as it transitioned into the new normal mode of learning.
Aboitiz corporate development arm Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. (AFI) has launched an online training hub specifically catering to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practitioners in celebration of the Aboitiz Foundation’s 32nd founding anniversary.
BDO Foundation continues to fulfill its disaster response advocacy despite a pandemic. In partnership with the St. Vincent Ferrer Parish Church and the local government unit, the foundation donated relief goods to earthquake-stricken residents of Cataingan in Masbate.
With towns in Quezon Province heavily ravaged by Tropical Storm “Pepito,” Manila Water Foundation (MWF), Manila Water’s social development arm, rushed to Lucena City on October 21 to bring two truckloads of potable water and food packs for 7,000 affected individuals.
The Ayala group of companies launched its annual education initiative, Brigada ng Ayala, yesterday, October 12, at the Ramon Magsaysay High School in España, Manila.
The program, led by Ayala Foundation, supports the Department of Education’s Oplan Balik Eskwela and Brigada Eskwela.
Security Bank’s commitment to service is embodied by the work it has done beyond banking to enrich lives and build communities. In response to the pandemic, Security Bank dedicated its 69th year to partnerships and initiatives that help fight COVID-19. It launched its #GetBetter Corporate Social Responsibility campaign to support medical institutions, local businesses, students, and families.