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Since 2010, Ayala Foundation’s Center of Excellence in Public Elementary Education (CENTEX) has been implementing an After Hours program for its students, as a way to promote the benefits of art in the continuing growth and development of students.
Elementary school kids will soon learn to save and invest more through a partnership between BPI Foundation and Philam Foundation.
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) held its first National Volunteer Day August 18 as part of its 167th anniversary celebration. More than 1,000 BPI volunteers painted and helped build houses in 10 different Gawad Kalinga (GK) communities across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Shown here is BPI President and CEO Cezar P. Consing leading the activity in Gawad Kalinga DMCI CFC Parañaque Rotary Village, Asinan, Parañaque City.
Filipino world boxing champion Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao continues to make good on his mission to support boxing in Asia and has made a surprise move to bring his next ring fight to Malaysia.
Popular celebrity endorser Anne Curtis recently surprised Cebu Pacific Air passengers onboard a Cagayan de Oro to Manila flight when she personally joined the crew in collecting donations for the UNICEF Change for Good program.
SM Aura Premier has opened its Skypark Lawn to the first fresh herb garden in a mall and customers looking for the freshest produce are not the only beneficiaries – local farmers supervise the garden and a charity organization will receive the proceeds.
Black Eyed Peas’ Apl.de.Ap is continuing his mission to give back to fellow Filipinos with a new scholarship program offered to creative students.
A new health center for residents in the City of Naga in Cebu has been built by CEMEX Holdings Philippines, manufacturer of eco-labeled cement brands in the Philippines.
International consumer products company Unilever has begun fully sourcing its cucumber supply from local farmers.
Popular TV hosts Judy Ann and Ryan Agoncillo prepared dinner for nuns at the Vatican during a trip in Rome. The food author and host...
While women farmers are recognized as the backbone of the rural economy, especially in the developing world, they receive “only a fraction of the land, credit, inputs (such as improved seeds and fertilizers), agricultural training and information compared to men,” according to the Food and Agriculture Organization.