TACLOBAN, LEYTE – Six years after turning over two school buildings in San Jose Central School, Security Bank Foundation, Inc. (SBFI) returned to Tacloban to repair the donated classrooms that were heavily devastated by the 2019 earthquakes and Typhoon Ursula.
The two school buildings, which host a total of fourteen classrooms, were donated by SBFI as part of its rehabilitation efforts after Typhoon Yolanda struck Tacloban City in 2015.
CATARMAN, NORTHERN SAMAR – Security Bank Foundation, Inc. (SBFI), the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of Security Bank, turned over two school buildings, with six classrooms each, on September 3 and 16, 2021.
The beneficiary schools were Washington National High School and University of Eastern Philippines Senior High School. Aside from the new classrooms, these schools also enjoy free regular training programs for its teachers and school principals, as well as other learning support interventions for its students.
In continued support of the Bank’s agency personnel, Security Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm, Security Bank Foundation Inc. (SBFI) held an online fundraising event for its Regalo Mo, Kinabukasan Ko (RMKK), a scholarship program for agency personnel and their children.
Security Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility arm Security Bank Foundation Inc. (SBFI), wasted no time in responding to the damages brought by Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses. With peak winds of around 215 kph and heavy downpour, residents were advised to seek shelter in evacuation sites, many of which were schools and community gymnasiums.
LEGAZPI CITY – Security Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm Security Bank Foundation Inc. (SBFI) responded to the call of the Department of Education (DepEd) Legazpi City, Albay to rebuild schools devastated by Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses. With peak winds of around 215 kph, many residents had to leave their homes and seek shelter in public school classrooms that were converted into evacuation sites.
Security Bank Foundation Expands Scholarship Program at Polytechnic University of the Philippines (from left) Engr. Ana Liza R. Publico (Chief, Scholarship and Financial Assistance Services, Polytechnic University of the Philippines), Prof. Jose M. Abat (Director, Office of the Student Services), Dr. Zenaida R. Sarmiento[MJR1] [SCL2] (Vice President for Student Affairs and Services, Polytechnic University of the …