AboitizLand together with Aboitiz Foundation handed out relief goods to 120 families in Lipa, and toiletries to 100 families in Malvar, Batangas.Read More
BRINGING HOPE AND COMFORT. Team members welcomed families, friends, and neighbors in need of a shelter
AboitizLand quickly responded to the communities affected by the crisis. In partnership with the other business units, as One Aboitiz, 2,000 pieces of N95 masks were immediately distributed to displaced families.
As LIMA Land spearheaded the efforts, priority was also given to its employees. One initiative that significantly made an impact is the Adopt-a-Colleague program. Amidst the instability caused by the calamity, team members extended help and assistance to fellow employees. Temporary shelters were offered to those who needed to evacuate their homes. In addition, basic needs and a week’s worth of free meals were also given to the victims of the natural disaster.
ONE ABOITIZ. Business units worked in sync to respond to the communities.
Going beyond the walls of the organization, AboitizLand also pushed Evacuee Co-hosting to ensure financial aid and shelter support reached a greater scale.
The values of responsibility and teamwork stood out in that time of risk and vulnerability. Going the extra mile, AboitizLand continues to put the interest of the people while staying true to its promise of creating better ways to live.
While homes have turned into safer havens for staying protected against the ongoing pandemic, they’ve also somewhat turned into art projects.Read More
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