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ADP Philippines Christmas CSR Campaign – Mission Katutubo

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ADPAs part of ADP Philippines’ commitment to unlock potential of its people, communities and the society as a whole, the world’s largest providers of business outsourcing services initiated it’s campaign dubbed “Mission Katutubo” in December. The campaign aims to help indigenous peoples community’s journey to empowerment. Indeed, Christmas is all about giving, not just on the material things, but also in giving to make a difference.

ADP Philippines Mission Katutubo CSR Christmas Campaign“Mission Katutubo” is a two-day event held at the Katutubo Village in Porac, Pampanga. During the event, volunteer associates spent time reconstructing and refurbishing the community’s day care center and facilitated a short program for the village children, giving out new books, school supplies, multimedia equipment and electric fans.

ADP Philippines CIRCLE Pillar Chairpersons John Into (extreme left) for Environment Lou Mercado (back row) for Learning and Jhoanna Rosalinda (extreme right) for Community
ADP Philippines CIRCLE Pillar Chairpersons: John Into (extreme left) for Environment, Lou Mercado (back row) for Learning, and Jhoanna Rosalinda (extreme right) for Community along with the children from the Aeta community during ADP’s two-day “Mission Katutubo” event.

Company executives joined in the event which was spearheaded by ADP CIRCLE (Corporate Involvement and Responsibility to the Community, Learning and Environment), the corporate social responsibility arm of ADP Philippines. The group aims to support its associates’ commitment to giving back and helping improve communities. To learn more about ADP and its Social Responsibility efforts, visit www.adp.com/who-we-are/corporate-social-responsibility.ADP Philippines Group Picture with GM

 


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