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  • May 29, 2016

    Towards a Reading Adventure in Bata, TARA Na!

    Aiming to nurture the minds of the youth and promote the value of reading books a new storytelling and book-giving campaign for less privileged kids has been launched under the project, “Bata, TARA Na! (Towards A Reading Adventure).”


    Spearheaded by advocacy group Books For A Cause, founded by Ramil Sumangil, and supported by non-government organization Philippine Book Library and DMCI Homes the “Bata, TARA Na!” campaign kicked off with more than 50 less fortunate children living in Pamasawata in Dagat-dagatan, Caloocan City.



    “We’ve always been very supportive of the advocacies of our homeowners like Mr. Sumangil. Bata, TARA Na! aims to bring books and the importance of reading closer to the hearts of less privileged children,” said the real estate company corporate communications manager Josephine Cruz in an interview.



    “We want these kids, especially the out-of-school youth, to discover a different kind of adventure through reading. We want them to gain knowledge, boost their imagination, creativity and most of all, learn good values by reading books,” Cruz added.

    With employee volunteers, the children enjoyed the special program prepared for them including games, gift-giving and storytelling, which was the highlight of the event.

    “Reading a fable to children of Pamasawata was a very uplifting experience. Seeing the glow in their eyes and their enthusiasm on how will the story ends was truly priceless,” shared senior marketing research analyst Charissa Cortuna.



    Besides storytelling, the organizers also donated new and pre-loved children’s books to the community’s little library maintained by French couple, Katia and Henri Ollivier, volunteers of international non-government group Phil Rouge, which supports the Philippine Book Library.


    “We are grateful for all the books given to us, and for making this day very special for the children,” Ollivier said. She added the library, which can house 20 kids, is open at least two hours from Wednesday to Saturday. On the remaining days of the week, the group holds street readings with volunteer catechist Percy Tan who acts as storyteller.



    The donated books were mostly children’s books collected from Give the Gift of Reading, a book drive project of DMCI Homes and its communities all over the metro in 2015. Other books from the said book drive were donated to Books for a Cause, which is currently celebrating its fifth anniversary.

     

     

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  • May 29, 2016

    DMCI Homes partners with student advocacy group UP Bike Share

    Real estate developer DMCI Homes recently partnered with student advocacy group UP Bike Share to promote the growing bike-sharing community at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City.

    DMCI signed a memorandum of agreement last April 8 in UP Diliman with UP Bike Share and donated 40 bicycles to help the advocacy group accommodate more students who want to get around the campus in an environment-friendly scheme.

    The agreement was signed by DMCI assistant vice president for marketing and customer care Jan Venturanza and UP Bike Share president Miguel Laperal. Witnessing the agreement were UP chancellor Michael Tan, UP vice chancellor for community affairs Nestor de Castro, College of Engineering dean Aura Matias, and UPBS officers Ryan Abis and Miguel Mercado.

    Now celebrating its first year, the UP Bike Share is a non-profit student organization that aims to help students get around the 493-hectare UP campus and at the same time promote clean, reliable and sustainable transportation through  the bike-sharing system.

    The group consists of 24 students from the colleges of engineering, fine arts and architecture who pooled their own resources to produce the initial 30 bikes that currently serve the students enrolled in UPBS.

    “In bike rental, only one person gets to use the bike for a certain period of time ,while in UPBS, once the student leaves the bike at a building and goes to class, there will be other students in that building who can use the bike. That allows the bicycle to become more efficient,” Laperal said.

    He added: “Right now we are running an efficiency of four to seven riders or students in one bike per day.  For 30 bicycles, we can say we get to help at least 150 students in a day.  And we welcome the additional 40 bicycles from DMCI Homes as it will serve more students.  We truly value their support in our projects.”

    Aside from developing the bike-sharing community in the campus, the UPBS also plans to extend the system outside the university particularly in rural areas.

    DMCI Homes’ tie-up with UPBS is part of the real estate company’s corporate social responsibility project Kaakbay sa Kalikasan.

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  • May 29, 2016

    DMCI cleared to issue P500-M Homesaver Bonds

     (The Philippine Star)

    MANILA, Philippines - DMCI Homes, the Consunji group’s property arm, has obtained the green light from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to proceed with the second offering of P500 million in Homesaver Bonds.

    “The second offer is primarily intended to assist retail investors in accumulating savings to be used as down payment for a DMCI Homes unit. Capital raising is only secondary to the foregoing purpose.  In the event the issuer is unable to raise the P500 million second offer issue size, the company will finance its working capital and general corporate expenses using inter ally generated funds,” DMCI said in its registration statement.

    DMCI Homes is the housing development arm of the Consunji Group’s DMCI Holdings Inc. It has an existing shelf registration from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to issue up to P1 billion in Homesaver Bonds.

    The company successfully sold P500 million in November last year for the first offering.

    The P500 million bonds were composed of three and five-year bonds and were offered in three tranches.

    DMCI Homes is gearing up to launch nine new projects next year with total value of P50 billion.

    It also has plans to mark its first foray in mass housing, with the first project possibly in Bataan.

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