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    C S R 2006 Ppt  A T E  A S  O F 06302006 C S R 2006 Ppt A T E A S O F 06302006 Presentation Transcript

    • LCF’s COLLECTIVE EFFORTS By: Col. Alejandro Teves Escaño LCF DIRECTOR, & VP PRESIDENT: MFI (MERALCO FOUNDATION) PQPM (PHILIPPINE QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY MOVEMENT PCAFI (PHILIPPINE CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD) 2006 CSR EXPO
    • Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an expression of interest and concern in how companies respond to the agenda for corporate citizenship. Different organizations have framed different definitions on corporate responsibility - although there is considerable common ground between them – the management of companies’ business processes to produce an overall impact to society.
    • Practise what you preach: LCF’s Collective Way
    • LCF’s Livelihood Forums
    • MAASIN CITY, SOUTHERN LEYTE
    • MAASIN CITY, SOUTHERN LEYTE
    • ST. BERNARD, SOUTHERN LEYTE
    • TACLOBAN CITY, LEYTE
    • INFANTA, QUEZON
    • DUMAGUETE CITY, ORIENTAL NEGROS
    • DUMAGUETE CITY, ORIENTAL NEGROS
    • BAIS FAMILY FARM SCHOOL ORIENTAL NEGROS
    • LCF’s Brigada Eskuela
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    • LCF’s Relief & Relocation for Southern Leyte
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    • Medical Missions
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    • SOME CONTRIBUTIONS OF LCF MEMBERS’ IN RESPONSE TO SOUTHERN LEYTE DISASTER
    • LCF MEMBERS’ CONTRIBUTORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
      • Relief goods donation (i.e. rice, bottled water, mosquito nets, etc.
      • Lending facilities to ship goods from Manila to the Visayas
      2. Aboitiz Group Foundation
      • Staging area for relief goods
      • Distributed relief goods in Leyte
      1 ABS-CBN Foundation
      • Set up free "tawag centers" in the affected areas
      • Cash & Goods Donations initially sent thru ABS-CBN
      • Distribution of relief goods  
      • Pooling of cash donations to create rehabilitation funds
      • Blankets for the victims 
      • Collection of donations from US-based Filipinos, given thru the Philippine National Red Cross
      • Spearheaded a relief operations caravan.  All generated donations sent to the local government of St. Bernard through the Philippine Air Force
      • 3. Ayala Foundation
        • Globe Telecom
        • Innove Communications
        • Ayala Land
        • Ayala Foundation-USA
        • All Ayala Companies)
      • Cash Donation through UNICEF –
      • P1.5 million
      • Conducted a 3-day relief and cash donation campaign among employees
      7. Johnson & Johnson Asia Pacific Contributions Committee
      • Goods donation                                
      6. HSBC
      • Cash Assistance/Goods – P200,000
      • (through the Tacloban office in coordination with CNDR)
      5. COCA-COLA FOUNDATION
      • Goods donation – P2.5 million
      4. BATO BALANI FOUNDATION
    • Cash Donations – P5 million through its Chairman Mr. George S.K. Ty
      • 8. Metrobank Group
        • Toyota Motor Philippines
        • Toyota Autoparts Philippines
        • Metrobank Card Corp.
        • Metrobank Foundation
      • 9. MFI (Meralco Foundation Inc)
      • MFI scholar & employee volunteers, help in the sorting and repacking of the relief goods at the DOE Covered Court, Merritt Road, Fort Bonifacio
      • Col. Alex Escaño, MFI president, coordinated for LCF with Southern Leyte Governor Rosette Lerias and other LGU officials, obtained the master plan for the rehabilitation, relocation and other needs of the province. With the mandate from LCF president Bobby Calingo and in consultations with Malu Erni. Organized the collective effort of LCF members, other NGOs and government institutions for assistance and livelihood projects in LEYTE.
      • Fielded rescue operations team
      • Rescue, relief and rehabilitation efforts
      12. PASAR Foundation
      • Fielded volunteers for sorting and repacking at the DOE /Petron logistics center
      11. Ortigas Foundation and Ortigas & Co Ltd. Partnership
      • Created a Rehabilitation Fund - P6 million
      • Relief goods donated in partnership with PASAR Foundation – P200,000
      • Held medical mission at Toledo, Pagbilao on Feb 28, 2006.
      • Medical consultation & medicines to at least 150 victims on March 1, 2006
      • Counseling services to 20 victims
      10. Mirant Philippines Foundation*
      • Cash Donated – P300,000
      • Medicines Donated – P2,645,970.44
      • Delivered goods to DOE facilities
      14. Pfizer Philippines
      • Donated – P9 million
      • Fuel and medicines – P500,000
      • Manning of DSWD Relief Center by Petron volunteers, located at the Dept of Energy Center
      • Mobilized retail network and depots in the Visayas to serve as drop-off points and collection centers of donations from motorists
      • Created a rehabilitation initiatives specifically on providing housing
      13. Petron Foundation
      • Relief operations through   Retail Business (Visayas Sales Region) and Shell Dealers Assoc.
      • Shell Dealer of St. Bernard was the focal point of relief operations in the area for goods and cash received from various publics, Shell Dealers Association of Cebu and other donors enjoined by Shell; funds and goods were directly given to the local relief centers
      • Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp (PSPC)-Retail contributed P.01/liter of its sales from Feb 17-28, 2006
      • Mobilization continues for donations from employees of PSPC and SPEX thru Project Better World and Project Malasakit corporate volunteerism programs
      • Shell Philippines Exploration (SPEX) and the Malampaya Joint Venture together with PSPC consolidated resources for rehabilitation work
      15. Pilipinas Shell Foundation
      • 16. PLDT / PLDT Foundation / First Pacific Co., LTD / Indo Food/SMART Communications
      • Released initial relief operations fund – P200,000
      • Pooling of community rehabilitation fund from the following: First Pacific Co. Ltd., Indo Food, PLDT, PLT Foundation Inc., and Smart Communications – P10 million
      • Free Smart telecoms services provided at site
      • Cash and in-kind donation from employees of CADPI and CADP Group Corporation
      18. Roxas Gargollo Foundation
      • Donated 200 sacks of rice
      • Delivered to DOE facilities in a 40-footer truck the goods collected from all their branches
      • Accepted in all McDonald's branches nationwide donations for canned goods, water, clothes, medicines and cash in coordination with NDCC, DSWD, Red Cross, ABC-CBN Foundation and GMA7 Kapuso Foundation
      17. Ronald McDonald House Charities
      • Offered their Valenzuela Facilities as a depository for donations in kind before ship out via Aboitiz Foundation
      • Offered transport services to ferry the consolidated items to Aboitiz for shipment to the Visayas
      • Donated 50 cases of 350 ml bottled water and 10 sacks of rice
      20. Splash Foundation
      • Safety First distilled water donated
      • 200 cases of coca-cola products
      • PureFoods canned goods products – P103,392
      • Conducted an employee drive for the landslide victims.
      19. San Miguel Corporation
      • 21. Tan Yan Kee Foundation
      • Sent a 22-man rescue team composed of PAL mountaineers
      • PAL provided free cargo for disaster relief goods
      • Loaned 2 helicopters for rescue and relief operations
      • Donated relief goods and 20,000 bottles of distilled and mineral water from Asia Brewery Inc.
      • In cooperation with the FFCCCII (Filipino Chinese
      • Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.), committed to build 5 two-classroom schoolhouses to replace the school buried by the mudslide and also save P1,000 for each of the 410 survivor-families identified as of afternoon of Feb 20, 2006
      • Committed to help future rehabilitation of the area and its residents
    • 22. Zuellig Foundation Non-food kits (mats, mosquito nets, blankets and t-shirts) – P100, 000 Donated medicines and assisted in post-disaster rehabilitation
    • Partner Dialogue Network Learn LET’S TEAM UP!!!
    • Just like a ship cruising along turbid waters, LCF will continue to run afloat as it continues to row towards one direction, all at the same time. LCF TEAM
    • Victoria P. Garchitorena LCF Chair President, Ayala Foundation Roberto R. Calingo LCF President ED, Mirant Phils. Foundation Inc. Alejandro T. Escaño LCF VP for Programs President, Meralco Foundation, Inc. Maurice P. Ligot LCF Treasurer Managing Director, Splash Foundation Pacita U. Juan LCF VP for Marketing & Business Development Director, Figaro Foundation Corp. Augusto P.I. Carpio LCF VP for Operations & Membership Services Managing Trustee, Aboitiz Group Foundation Elaine G. Mapa LCF Public Affairs Director ED, Education for Youth Enterprise (EYE) Foundation Mary Margaret M. Barro LCF Executive Director Marivic M. Sarmiento LCF Corporate Secretary President Sarmiento Foundation LCF Members, Directors, Officers, Advisory Council, Executive Director and Staff Towards LCF’s Social Agenda LCF TEAM
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