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Corporate Social Responsibility of TOP 10 Corporations in the Philippines

1. San Miguel Corporation


Recognizing that the breadth of our business portfolio and the extent of our resources
put us in a unique position to make a difference to many, San Miguel focuses on
empowering communities and reaching out to underprivileged sectors of society.
A priority social cause to which we have committed ourselves for the long term
is education. Believing firmly in educations power to transform lives, our
advocacy covers not only the granting of scholarships but also the improvement
of the quality of education through programs that benefit public schools and
Health and Nutrition
Through our community clinics and medical missions, we continue to provide
our host communities better access to healthcare services. In 2014, more than
8,000 individuals benefited from healthcare services offered for free at SMB
community clinics in Polo, San Fernando, Davao and Mandaue, SMPFCs
community clinic in Sumilao, and the Petron Community Health Center in
Pandacan. These facilities, though small in scale, provide specialist care,
particularly for patients suffering from diabetes, tuberculosis and other
cardiovascular diseases.
As our businesses and our future growth depend so much on natural resources,
we continue to implement programs advocating the preservation of our
environment and the responsible use of resources.

In 2014, SMC, through SMC Global Power, signed a covenant with the local
government of Sual, Pangasinan committing to provide residents with one
million seedlings of coconut, coffee, and cacao. To be distributed over the span
of one year, the seedlings, when ready for harvest, will serve as additional
source of livelihood for residents.

San Miguel Brewery, in partnership with the Armed Forces of the Philippines,
also continued its flagship environment project, Trees Brew Life. Under the
banner Buhayin ang Kalikasan, SMB has to date planted around 500,000 trees
Housing and rehabilitation
Our housing program for victims of major calamities is an important part of our
CSR agenda.
2. Nestle Philippines

Nestle Philippines is committed to helping in community and nation building through

programs that help the underprivileged members of society.

Agronomy Assistance
Since the 1960's, Nestle Philippines has been helping coffee farmers in different
parts of the country through imparting knowledge on how they can improve their
crops. Members of the company visit these farmers regularly to reinforce among
them the importance of good plantation management. By improving methods in
growing coffee, farmers get better yields and eventually help increase the coffee
supply in the Philippines as well as help the farmers increase their income.
Education and Manpower Development
Nestle is a supporter of the government's pursuit to alleviate the shortage of
classrooms in public schools. It contributes to this advocacy through the Donate-a-
Classroom Program. It also offers practical and theoretical training to selected
students, in order to help them acquire more skills. In relation to this, Nestle also
conducts a Technical Skills Scholarship Program which is a two-year program which
combines theoretical and hands-on training. This is implemented in cooperation
with Don Bosco College in Canlubang, Laguna. Nestle also conducts a program
called Academic Linkage Program where it provides training to selected students
from educational students such as the De La Salle University, Dualtech, Meralco
Foundation Institute, and the Xavier University in Cagayan de Oro.
Community Development
Nestle develops programs which are relevant to the needs of the communities
where it operates.

The Nestle Factory in Lipa, Batangas conducts a Cut & Sew Livelihood Project, which
provides job opportunities to community workers by giving them the factory's
orders for shoe covers, rags and uniforms. It also has a Yard and Garden Livelihood
Project which caters to unemployed barangay housewives in the area where the
factory operates. This project provides livelihood opportunities through cut flower
production and organic vegetable farming. In the same area, a Suklay and Gunting
Project is being implemented, which involves a hands-on training on hairdressing for

At the Nestle Cabuyao Factory, selected spouses of employees are developed as

trainers under the Misis Kong Trainors Program. The participants of this program
conduct livelihood workshops for other spouses and members of their communities.

A showcase for culinary lessons called Julius Maggi Kitchen located in Rockwell
Center, is a venue for lifestyle improvement sessions, which is one way through
which Nestle helps its consumers enjoy its products.

The Nestle Cagayan de Oro Factory supports the city government's Street
Illuminations Project by providing lighting fixtures installed in different barangays in
the area. This is done to help increase visibility during evenings and promote safety
and security in the area.
Health and Nutrition
Nestle is an advocate for good health and proper nutrition. It conducts feeding
programs and medical missions in the areas where it operates.
Environmental Protection and Preservation
Nestle Philippines is a staunch advocate of environment protection and
preservation. Its commitment to sound environmental practices is reflected in its
policy called the Nestle Environmental Management System, where there is an
integration of all environmental initiatives in the various aspects of business
operations. The company also has a company-wide Solid Waste Management
Program which aims to reduce waste not only in the factories and offices but as well
as the houses of its employees.

The company also conducts the multi-awarded program called Greening the Supply
Chain which is a combination of an outreach and education program aimed to
encourage an assist its business partners in developing and maintaining their own
environmental management systems.

It is also an advocate for clean air and conducts a periodical free Air Emission Testing
on the vehicles of employees, business partners and community residents where the
company operates, in order to help rid the environment of air pollution.
3. Accenture

In the Philippines, Accenture drives its corporate citizenship programs through

Accenture Caring for Tomorrow (ACT), which focuses on four main areas:

Accenture Education Program (AEP) gives our employees opportunities to share their
knowledge and expertise, especially on technology. We partner with colleges,
universities and public schools to increase computer literacy and provide learning
opportunities in programming technologies like COBOL, JAVA & .NET. We have an
ongoing program to improve the elementary and high school facilities of Barobaybay
in Leyte, a fishing community. Accenture also supports initiatives to improve the
literacy of Filipino children. For example, we partner with Hands on Manila, a
nonprofit organization, in providing arts and crafts classes to children.

Accenture believes that the health of its business is inextricably linked to the health of
the environment in which it operates. Thus, we make an effort to preserve our
environment and support environmental initiatives such as tree planting, waste
segregation, habitat conservation and coastal clean-up.

Accenture has teamed up with Gawad Kalinga for community rebuilding projects, in
which volunteers help build houses for the poor in different parts of metro Manila.

Emergency Relief
We provide emergency relief goods and comfort to victims of disasters or natural
calamities in the country.

4. SHELL Philippines

Raising industry and community safety standards

Pilipinas Shell works in partnership with various government organisations, local

communities and stakeholders to share safety experience, standards and knowledge.
Some of these initiatives include:

Partnership with the Philippine National Police in efforts to maintain peace and order at
Pilipinas Shells dealerships and surrounding areas, as well as strengthen cooperation
between Pilipinas Shells dealers and local police in law enforcement and active
community support;
Partnership with various local communities in Project KALSADA (Kabataang Ligtas sa
Sakuna at Disgrasya), a Road Safety Programme for students of schools located along
the roads in the vicinity of the Tabangao refinery, and other regions including Pandacan,
Manila, Palawan, and Bacolod. Pilipinas Shell co- founded the Philippine Global Road
Safety Program (PGRSP). PGRSP is an NGO whose mission is to improve road safety
here in the Philippines. Over the years, Pilipinas Shell continues to be an active member
and leads in sharing its best practices on road safety in the industry;
Pilipinas Shell is a member of the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF) and it
utilises its network of depots and retail stations nationwide to ensure that fuel is
available to affected areas as it is vital to disaster recovery and rehabilitation.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Pilipinas Shell aspires to be a leader in community relations, treating local communities

with dignity and respect, developing good relationships and mutual trust with local
governments, as well as implementing industry best practice and environmentally
friendly technology for its downstream oil business while pursing the underlying
business objective of building value.

Pilipinas Shell works closely with Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc. (PSFI), its social
development arm, for its various corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes. The
partnership between Pilipinas Shell and PSFI has over 30 years experience in
spearheading and managing award-winning social development programs of national
and local scales ranging from leadership enhancement and attitude development;
technical, vocational and agricultural skills development, training and employment;
healthcare and services, sanitation, and safety; livelihood and entrepreneurship
development; to environmental stewardship.

Developing the Youth

Pilipinas Shell also continues to be the sponsor of the following long-running


Shell National Students Art Competition (NSAC), the countrys longest running art
competition for young Filipino artists which have produced some of the countrys
renowned National Artists such as Jose Joya, Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Ang Kiukok, and
Benedicto Bencab Cabrera. This advocacy continues to build Shells positive reputation
by nurturing the talents of Filipino youths in the field of visual arts.
Shell National Youth Active Chess Competition (SNYACC) is an innovative programme for
the youth that fosters character formation, sportsmanship, and youth empowerment
through annual chess tournaments open to Filipinos under 20 years old. On its 24th
year, the annual Shell Active Chess continues to gather thousands of chess players all
over in the country at strategic locations in Metro Manila, Batangas, Cagayan De Oro,
Davao, and Cebu.
5. Procter and Gamble

We focus on areas where we can make the biggest positive impact. This
includes: preserving resources, partnering to find renewable solutions,
and pioneering new ideas to reduce waste.
For more than 175 years, doing the right thing has been at the core of our purpose,
values and principles. That includes investing in the communities in which we live,
work and serve.
6. SM Investments
Wherever SM operates, it works with the communities to identify their needs.
After years of consultation and engagement, the group has identified key areas
that are common to its host communities. These pertain to basic needs such as
access to inclusive and equitable education, quality health care and well-being,
adequate food suuply through farmers' training, shelter and assistance during
calamities. Committed to create inclusive growth, SM developed a community
impact template to illustrate the various areas in which it provides direct social
support to its host communities.
It works in collaboration with SM Foundation, SM Care, BDO Foundation and its
employees. It also empowers its human capital by providing avenues for
professional growth and promoting work-life balance for over-all well-being.


ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, already a communications giant in Asia,
made a corporate commitment to the public by establishing the ABS-CBN
Foundation, Inc. (AFI) in the Philippines. Duly incorporated and registered with
Securities and Exchange Commission with SEC. Reg. No. 165508 on July 5, 1989,
AFI is a non-stock, non-profit organization. Initially, the AFI was asked to produce
television programs for charitable and educational purposes. Its chief concerns
then were to generate welfare funds by broadcasting the situations of those in
dire need of assistance and ensuring the proper allotment and utilization of
solicited help.
8. Banco De Oro

Relief Operations
Past disasters will not be the last to threaten communities. To respond to this
continuing reality, BDOF adopted an integrated approach in its relief operations
through the active engagement of BDO volunteers in over 875 branches and
satellite offices, and a supply chain of SM stores to pack the goods. BDOs
extensive branch network has been helpful in the conduct of such relief
School Buildings
The shortage of classrooms in Philippine public schools is a lingering problem.
Calamities worsen the situation. When these occur, existing classrooms and
school buildings are damaged or destroyed altogether, while the remaining ones
are used as evacuation centers.
Amid these realities, BDOF recognizes that children need the regularity of daily
learning, whatever the weather and however difficult the situation.

Toward this end, BDOF, again in partnership with SM Foundation, completed and
turned over two school buildings in Capiz and Aklan in 2014. These are two-
storey buildings with four classrooms each. Three (3) more are under
construction in Tacloban City, Negros Occidental and Iloilo, all on the Yolanda
In Mati, Davao Oriental and in Sta. Fe, Leyte, two resettlement sites began
construction in 2014. The former, with 69 housing units, is for victims of typhoon
Pablo. The latter is for persons with disabilities and the victims of typhoon
Yolanda, through the Foundation for These-Abled Persons, Inc (FTI). The Leyte
resettlement site will have 100 units, all pre-fab and designed by German

BDOF recognizes that there is not just a need to build houses, but to establish
functioning communities. These resettlement sites are not just made up of
individual housing units. They come with a multi-purpose hall or community
center where residents can hold workshops and other socio-civic, religious and
other activities. These community centers are equipped with a kitchenette,
comfort rooms and other furnishings and fully funded by BDO employees and
Forty-five motorized boats with fish nets were donated by BDO employees and
officers to Project BANGKA (Bigay Agad NG Kabuhayan) of Regina Rica
Foundation for the residents of Barangay Santikan, San Dionisio, Iloilo.

Onward, with passion and commitment In 2015, BDO through its foundation
expects to see the full delivery of projects school buildings, rural health
centers and shelter sites which commenced the previous year. It will continue
to align its activities in the direction of relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction
especially along the Yolanda corridor. There will also be an effort to help
communities in other areas equally devastated by disaster but which have not
received ample attention and support, thus getting left behind in the long
process of healing and rebuilding.
It also recognizes that an important component to delivering on this
commitment is forging partnerships with foreign and local companies/ agencies
that share its values and objectives. For 2015 and the years ahead, BDO with its
foundation affirms its leadership and its commitment to initiate and support
community-based programs that uplift the lives of marginalized sectors
especially those in disasteraffected areas.

This is consistent with Building dreams for others, rebuilding lives the theme
of what the Bank, through BDO Foundation, does for communities across the
country. The theme also serves as a road map of the Banks continued pursuit to
make a difference.

9. Coca Cola FEMSA


Together with the FEMSA Foundation, Coca Cola FEMSA PH participated in a

holistic relief and response program after typhoon Yolanda focused on
addressing the water and health needs of around 4,400 displaced families from
the hardest hit municipalities of Basey and Marabut in Eastern Samar.
Coordinated for Life

A Coca Cola FEMSA Philippines flagship CSR program in partnership with Teach
for the Philippines foundation. It is a series of training modules for children and
young adults designed to develop and strengthen their decision making skill
when faced with difficult situations.
Little Red School House

Supporting the Department of Educations call to address classroom shortage in

public schools, the Coca Cola Foundation Philippines has already completed 114
Little Red Schoolhouses in various rural communities nationwide.

Brigada Eskwela

Coca Cola FEMSA Philippines employees proudly volunteer in BRIGADA ESKWELA

a DepEd campaign urging volunteer companies to help repair and prepare
public schools in before the opening of classes in June.
Hands on Manila Servathon

Volunteer from Coca Cola FEMSA PH also dedicate full-day services towards the
development of the community and provided assistance marginalized sectors in
Metro Manila through initiatives such as Hands on Manila Servathon.
10. Unilever Philippines

The environment

Unilever is committed to making continuous improvements in the management

of our environmental impact and to the longer-term goal of developing a
sustainablebusiness. Unilever will work in partnership with others to promote
environmentalcare, increase understanding of environmental issues and
disseminate goodpractice.


In our scientific innovation to meet consumer needs we will respect the concerns
of our consumers and of society. We will work on the basis of sound science,
applyingrigorous standards of product safety.


Unilever believes in vigorous yet fair competition and supports the development
of appropriate competition laws. Unilever companies and employees will
conducttheir operations in accordance with the principles of fair competition
and allapplicable regulations.

Business integrity
Unilever does not give or receive, whether directly or indirectly, bribes or
otherimproper advantages for business or financial gain. No employee may
offer, give orreceive any gift or payment which is, or may be construed as being,
a bribe. Anydemand for, or offer of, a bribe must be rejected immediately and
reported tomanagement. Unilever accounting records and supporting
documents mustaccurately describe and reflect the nature of the underlying
transactions. Noundisclosed or unrecorded account, fund or asset will be
established ormaintained.