Southeast Asia’s leading everyday app Grab, celebrated its eighth anniversary in June with the mission of giving back and helping fulfill the requests of Filipinos to help them adapt to the new normal. Throughout the years, Grab has expanded its services to continuously provide safe and convenient access to everyday necessities.
In its continuing mission to provide aid and relief in underserved communities, PLDT Inc. recently donated food supplies and vitamins to over 1,000 families in Cebu City and Malabon City adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP).
In order to help children keep their hopes for receiving a proper education alive, Unilever has once again teamed up with Lazada for its Shop2Give Hope sale, in support of UNICEF Philippines’ education-related programs to enable 800,000 students get back to learning.
In an announcement made in June, OYO Hotels & Homes rolls out its “Sanitized Stays” campaign in the Philippines. Under the initiative, OYO seeks to implement comprehensive hygiene protocols in an effort to step up vigilant measures pre- and post-check-in and throughout its customer journey, to curb the spread of COVID-19.
In light of the ongoing health crisis, underserved communities in far-flung areas in Pampanga received much-needed support from the PLDT-Smart Foundation (PSF) through grocery packs and PPE donations in Angeles City and San Fernando, Pampanga.
In these trying times, as we face more challenges brought about by the unprecedented situation, Filipinos have gone above and beyond to help one another. To help the country on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis through the simple but integral act of handwashing, Safeguard declares its ambition towards a vision of a SAFE Philippines.
KCPI has donated over PHP 3.2 million pesos worth of its beloved products across non-profit organizations and hospitals and treatment centers across the country since the outbreak of the virus – donating 200,000 Huggies diapers, 200,000 Kotex feminine pads, and 20,000 Joy Bathroom tissue rolls.
In its effort to make sending money safer, faster, and more convenient for every Filipino, especially in this time of need and uncertainty, LBC Express Inc. rolls out its Instant Peso Padala (IPP) online service–its latest move in bringing digital solutions closer to everyone.
As the country continues to be placed under quarantine guidelines and people continue to adapt to this new reality, Filipino fastfood favorite McDonald’s Philippines has been taking strides in ensuring the safety of their customers, while prioritizing the health and safety of their employees, at the same time.
In less than two months since its launch, GrabMart, from Southeast Asia’s top everyday app, Grab, has expanded its pool of merchant-partners by nine-fold, now serving customers with over 150 outlets, done in partnership with leading supermarkets, convenience stores, and specialty stores in Metro Manila. With this announcement, the service has officially widened its reach now to all 17 cities.