Monday, September 15, 2014 | Social Responsibility |
"For MicroMissions, disaster relief and rehabilitation is about building resilient communities. We want to help communities rise from recent calamities and withstand those about to come in the future," said Nona Tajanlangit, VP of PR and Marketing and MicroSourcing's social responsibility champion.
MicroSourcing employee donors and volunteer leaders handed over funds raised from an internal campaign for "Building Resilient Communities" to partner organizations World Vision, Build Change, SolarSolutions, and GreenEarth Heritage Foundation last September 4 at MicroSourcing delivery center at 1880 Building, Eastwood.
The goal of the campaign was to raise funds for projects that will equip communities with disaster-resistant infrastructure and resources to minimize and even eliminate damages of calamities. A total of 830 employee donors contributed Php85,800 that was turned over to:
MicroMissions is grateful for the expertise of its implementation partners and their aligned vision and goals. The organization is equally proud of the unbounded support of its socially responsible employees.