Amidst the enhanced community quarantine brought by the threat of COVID-19 in many parts of the Philippines, and the world, coffee brand Kopiko continues to be undeterred in extending a helping hand, especially to Filipinos most affected during this trying time.
In a bid to push for more efforts to help health workers at the frontlines in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak, Tulong Kapatid, the corporate social responsibility consortium of companies, foundations, and affiliates led by businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan recently shared measures undertaken in order to show significant amount of support.
In light of the air of uncertainty seemingly blanketing the country and the world, brought by the worsening cases of the COVID-19 pandemic, Golden Arches Development Corporation, behind McDonald’s Philippines, majority of which is owned and operated by Dr. George T. Yang, has recently announced the release of a response fund of P500 million pesos dedicated to enable the company to provide assistance for its employees and the communities it serves.
ABS-CBN launched the “Pantawid ng Pag-ibig” fund-raising campaign last March 19 in partnership with local government officials in Metro Manila and private companies to provide food and basic necessities to Filipinos greatly affected by the enhanced community quarantine.
In a move to serve while protecting communities from the COVID-19 pandemic, Grab Philippines, through a public advisory, announces resuming operations for GrabFood and GrabExpress, with a skeletal delivery-fleet.
In response to advisories by the authorities concerning heightened levels of alert on public health on the growing, unprecedented risks of the spread of COVID-19, a number of stage productions and performances have issued indefinite postponements scheduled this month.
McDonald’s Philippines, through its President and CEO Kenneth Yang, recently released a video assuring the public of its continued commitment to ensure the safety and protection of its customers, partners and employees.
With the mission of empowering the education sector, online design platform, Canva, announced the global launch of Canva for Education, a free product for teachers and students all over the world, at the first educational technology industry show of the year, Bett, in London.
Aimed at promoting passenger satisfaction, LRT line 1 private operator Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) recently partnered with the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) to conduct a series of gender sensitivity trainings for the security personnel of LRT-1.
In light of the recent outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (NCov) globally, including the Philippines, OPPO will be actively participating to combat the possible spreading of NCoV within the community.