DAY 2 (July 5-Friday)
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.
MR. RICARDO CALDERON
Director, Biodiversity Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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.
MS. MARY JANE ORTEGA
Member of the Board, Institute for Solidarity in Asia, Clean Air Asia, and St. Louis College, La Union
Special Adviser to CITYNET, City of Yokohama’s Y-Port Project, and ICLEI
RHU Rehab Program: Building LGU Capacity to Deliver Quality Healthcare
by BDO Foundation, Inc.
MS. ROSEMARIE ESPINOSA
Integrating Sectoral Efforts in Nutrition for First 1000 Days in Looc, Romblon and Gamay, Northern Samar – a Pilot Program for Stunting Reduction
by the Zuellig Family Foundation
MS. SEALDI GONZALES
Partnerships and Resource Mobilization
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.
HON. ZENAIDA MAGLAYA
Undersecretary, Regional Operations Group, Department of Trade and Industry
Noble Bakers Project
by Aboitiz Foundation Inc.
MS. JOWELLE ANN CRUZ
Education Program Manager
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.
Delegates will have the opportunity to meet fellow practitioners and potential partners in speed-dating fashion.
Meeting Room 14
( Benigno S. Aquino Hall )
This session will demonstrate how collaboration benefits both business and the arts and culture sector.
MR. BERNAN JOSEPH CORPUZ
Chief, Plan/Policy Formulation and Programming Division, National Commission for Culture and the Arts
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
Original Pilipino Performing Arts (OPPA)
by Resorts World Manila (Travelers International Hotel Group)
MR. ARCHIE NICASIO
Head, CSR Unit
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?
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.
MR. REGINALD M. ANDAL
Public Affairs Director and Trustee, LCF
Executive Director, Manila Water Foundation, Inc.
( Cocktails/Snacks to be served )