Philam Foundation recognised PwC Philippines as one of their valued partners for their flagship project Philam Paaralan during the formal turn over of the 100th classroom at the Philamlife Headquarter in Net Lima Building in Bonifacio Global City Taguig.
Our firm, with the Benita & Catalino Yap Foundation (BCYF) launched the Developmental Social Enterprise Awards DSEA 2016 to members of the media last 24 February 2016 at the Ilustrado Restaurant in Intramuros, Manila.
It was one misfortune after another as Typhoons "Lando" and "Nona" struck Northern Luzon in October and December 2015, respectively. Tambo North Elementary School in Barangay Tabuating, San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija was not spared. The devastation left the school in thick mud, forcing the school principal and teachers to postpone their Christmas party.
Aimed at calling all sectors of society to take a step forward to create a culture of integrity, Isla Lipana & Co. participated at the "I Run for Integrity: I am part of the solution" last 12 December 2015 at the Liwasang Ulalim in CCP Complex, Pasay City.
A group of Malaysian students from the UNESCO Club of the Universiti Malaysia Pahang held last 21 August a community outreach program in the Madinah Muslim Community of Hagnaya, a town north of Cebu.
Deals & Corporate Finance, in association with Ateneo de Manila University’s Junior Fellowship for Financial Literacy (JFeL), held their first corporate responsibility (CR) project last 3 October 2015 through a workshop entitled Microbusiness Accounting Workshop at the 29th Floor Learning Room.
Isla Lipana & Co., through the Isla Lipana & Co. Foundation, Inc. (ILCFI) turned over two community projects in towns hit by Typhoon 'Haiyan' in Eastern Visayas.
PwC Consulting Partner Rose Javier (in photo seated right) gave a presentation on the R!SE Initiative at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Knowledge Partnership Forum on Innovative Technology and Solutions held last 20 May at the ADB Multi-Function Hall.
On 8 May, the Worldtrade Management Services (WMS) team headed to Patar in Bolinao, Pangasinan for their Tourism with a Purpose (TwP) activity. It was their second time to support the Department of Education's Brigada Eskwela program.
Tagged as one of the country’s most famous tourists sites, Boracay Island became the chosen destination of Tax-Client Accounting Services (CAS) for its 2015 summer outing. The group brought with them school bags containing school supplies and slippers which they handed out randomly to children roaming the beaches during the group’s island-hopping activity. The gift-giving served as the group’s Tourism with a Purpose (TwP) activity.