Getting children back into school after emergencies
As part of its 37th anniversary celebrations, Save the Children Philippines thanks corporate partners for supporting their mission to uplift the lives of Filipino children.
What makes a strong and lasting partnership?
Shared values and goals.
Save the Children Philippines has been working with various organizations and companies coming from different sectors for several years now.
These partnerships continue to thrive because of one main reason: Our shared mission to protect and uplift the lives of Filipino children.
As part of its 37th anniversary celebrations, Save the Children Philippines thanked and recognized their corporate partners through “Partners’ Day” held on April 25, 2018 at the Asian Institute of Management.
With its theme “Stronger Together for Children,” Save the Children Philippines hopes to encourage even more corporations to contribute to the future of Filipino children.
Among those recognized for their grant-funding support were the Ikea Foundation, Prudence Foundation, GT Foundation, Accenture, Western Union, and Johnson & Johnson’s.
Other companies were also recognized for raising funds for Save the Children and for supporting their Marawi Crisis emergency appeal and #LahatSanta Christmas campaign. Gift-in-kind donors and media partners were also given recognition.
During the event, Save the Children Philippines also introduced their newly-appointed Filipino CEO, Atty. Alberto Muyot, who previously served as a Department of Education Undersecretary and a University of the Philippines Law Professor. This transition to an all-Filipino leadership is part of their journey in becoming an Associate Member of Save the Children.
If you’re interested in partnering with us, kindly contact our Corporate Partnerships Team:
Riel Andaluz, Head of Strategic Partnerships, firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalia Tabal, Corporate Partnerships Manager, email@example.com
You may check our photo album of the event here.
- Meet Jessica, an 11-year-old student athlete from Sarangani. She walks to school every day, and when it rains, she rides a horse.
- Meet Mohdaliden, a 14-year-old student athlete from Maguindanao. This boy is using sports to help him become an engineer someday.
- Have you ever experienced being bullied? Meet Saada, 12-year-old girl from Maguindanao who is trying to end bullying in her school.
- Meet Clark, 10-year-old boy from Compostela Valley. Watch his step-by-step guide on what to do before, during, and after disasters.
- What was your favorite subject in school? For Clark, it’s science! This young aspiring astronomer wants to save planet Earth.