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August 20, 2021
Quadruple A developer DMCI Homes continues to help alleviate the impact of the coronavirus health crisis through assistance to various beneficiaries in the host communities of its condominium projects.
Just recently, DMCI Homes partnered with the U.P Circuit, a student organization from the U.P. College of Engineering in U.P. Diliman, Quezon City for one of its Akbay socio-civic projects which aims to help families of over 200 drivers of the Merville Pasay-Alabang Jeepney Drivers and Operators Association (MPAJDOA-ACTO Pasay Chapter) who lost their livelihood due to the pandemic.
The City of Pasay currently hosts three DMCI Homes condominium developments namely, Fairway Terraces, La Verti Residences and The Aston Place.
“DMCI Homes through our ‘Kaakbay sa Pamayanan’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative continues to support our neighbors in the host communities of our residential developments through projects that benefit various beneficiaries,” DMCI Homes Corporate Communications Manager Carlo Gahol said.
“Kaakbay sa Pamayanan” is DMCI Homes’ CSR initiative which covers issues on social welfare and community development. It is part of DMCI Homes’ umbrella CSR program “Kaakbay” which aims to foster good relations with the communities where the company operates and bring forth social activities beneficial to the Filipino society.
In recent months, DMCI Homes has also provided support to community pantries in Barangay Bangkal, Makati, which hosts the company’s main office.
DMCI Homes has also extended assistance to the community pantries of The Camden Place’s host community Barangay 730 Zone 79, City of Manila; Cameron Residences’ host community Barangay Mariblo, Quezon City; and Satori Residences’ host community West Bank Homeowners Association in Pasig City.
“Together with the residents of our residential communities who also continue to help their neighbors through their own donation drives and outreach initiatives, we aim to help alleviate the impact of the pandemic especially on sectors hardest hit by the health crisis,” Gahol said.
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