Winners: A. Program Category 1.Outstanding CSR Project in Education: Hyundai Dream Centre-Philippines (HARI Foundation, Inc.) Date Started: April 10, 2018 Location: Calamba City, Laguna Status: Operating Objective: To train underprivileged young men and women in Hyundai vehicle repair and maintenance and eventual employment at Hyundai dealerships in the country Description: HDCP is a world-class automotive
In pursuit of promoting proper hand hygiene as a first line of defense against COVID-19, League of Corporate Foundations (LCF) member and project sponsor, Insular Foundation turned over hygiene kits in Cebu City.
With Metro Manila and neighboring provinces heavily ravaged by Tropical Storm Ulysses, the League of Corporate Foundations (LCF) immediately provided help to the Municipality of Rodriguez, Rizal and Marikina City on November 14 to bring truckloads of food, water, and other essential goods for at least 2,000 affected individuals.
Holcim Philippines turns over hygiene kits, WASH storybooks, and info-education materials on proper handwashing and COVID-19 prevention for the learners of Sapang Kawayan Elementary School in Norzagaray, Bulacan. The Municipal Rural Health Unit represented by its Head Nurse Marilou Palad, and Brgy. Matictic represented by its Chairman Hon. Marcial S. Lucas, also receive IEC materials to help strengthen its campaign on proper hygiene to fight COVID-19.
Holcim Philippines turns over 300 pieces of IEC materials about COVID-19 precautionary measures and proper handwashing to the Rural Health Unit (RHU) of Mabini, Batangas on October 2 as received by its Municipal Health Officer, Dr. Ramir Beloso. The materials will be distributed to the stakeholders of the RHU, namely Mabini Community Hospital, as well as Barangay Health Centers, transport stations, and public markets.
Holcim Philippines turns over 200 packs of hygiene kits, washable face masks, WASH storybooks, and info-education materials on proper handwashing and COVID-19 prevention for the students of Talaga Elementary School and Mabini Central School in Batangas. The community members of Brgy. Talaga East and Brgy. Pulong Balibaguhan also receive posters and flyers to strengthen its campaign on proper hygiene to fight COVID-19.
Come and join LCF’s C + S = R (Collaboration + Sustainability = Resilience) Webinar Series with Liz Weaver.
We hope the webinars will assist corporate foundations and organizations maintain clarity of their societal purpose and be able to reimagine social change during these uncertainties brought about by the COVID-19 Pandemic.
2019 LCF CSR Guild Awards Winners: A. Program Category 1.Outstanding CSR Project in Arts and CultureKADTU KAMO!: Lamlifew Village Museum’s Eco-Cultural Tourism Experience (ABS CBN Foundation, Inc.) In the beautiful province of Sarangani, a group of women converges for collective bead working, child care and quiet talk. As visitors enter their homey space, they are
Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainable Development and Collective Impact Posted on August 6, 2019 via https://www.tamarackcommunity.ca/latest/corporate-social-responsibility-sustainable-development-collective-impact More than 500 foundation leaders attended the Philippines League of Corporate Foundations annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Expo in Manila in July. Highlighting the themes of collaboration and collective impact, the CSR Expo also focused on the progress being made
League of Corporate Foundations Calls for Multi-stakeholder Collaboration2019 LCF CSR Expo highlights need for collective impact If the recent report of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) is any indication, then the poor regions in the Philippines seem to be getting poorer, with inequality in income becoming all the more apparent. In fact, according