Working Hand in Hand to Make the World a Better Place
The Foundation, in partnership with the Human Resource Division (HRD) of Security Bank Corporation, has successfully launched and implemented various CSR projects with the help of Security Bank employees.
Resource Mobilization Campaign for Public Schools (2009)
The campaign which ran from April 27 to June 3, 2009 generated 3,500 reading materials (reference books, textbooks, journals, magazines, dictionaries, etc.), and schools supplies (pencils, crayons, pad papers, colored pens, bags, notebooks, etc.) that were turned over to six (6) public schools in the communities served by the Bank.
Regalo Mo, Kinabukasan Ko (RMKK): Employee Giving Project (2010)
"Regalo Mo, Kinabukasan Ko" is another employee volunteerism project launched in January 2010 that fostered charity and generosity by generating funds from Security Bank Employees for an educational drive dedicated to less fortunate kids. Its end goal was to help provide educational assistance to the children of Security Bank Agency Personnel nationwide.
In partnership with the Laguna Lake Development Authority and the Municipal Government of Pililla, Rizal, Security Bank Foundation and SBC-HRDD organized the first tree-planting activity held last July 6, 2013 in Brgy. Hulo, Pililla, Rizal. Fifty-eight (58) Security Bank employees planted 750 seedlings of Narra, Atis and Guava to help create a mini-forest that will secure the recently repaired watershed of the community, which was destroyed by Typhoon Ondoy in 2011. SBFI Chairman Rafael Simpao, Jr. and Municipal Mayor Hon. Alejandro Masikip, Sr. led the ceremonial planting of a Narra seedling to start the tree-planting activity of Security Bank employees.
In partnership with the Laguna Lake Development Authority and the Municipal Government of Pililla, Rizal, Security Bank Foundation and SBC-HRDD organized the annual tree planting activity last June 28, 2014 in Brgy. Quisao, Pililla, Rizal. Sixty-four (64) Security Bank employees planted 1,200 seedlings of Narra, Mahogany and Alibangbang. Since the launch of the pilot tree-planting activity last 2013, a total of 2,450 seedlings were planted by over 100 SBC employees from the Makati Head Office and Laguna cluster of branches. The activity also showed that it is possible for a company, a foundation and a local government to work together in helping and preserving the environment.
Two (2) school painting outreach activities were organized by Security Bank Foundation for one hundred forty-five (145) hundred Security Bank employees in 2015. Fifty-five (55) Security Bank employees from the Makati Head Office and Metro Manila branches helped paint the two-story school building donated by the Foundation to Inchcian Elementary School in Silang, Cavite last October 17, 2015. Another group of ninety (90) Security Bank Employees from selected Metro Manila branches, San Fernando, Pampanga Branch and the Security Bank Bulacan group of branches helped paint a two-story school building donated by the Foundation to Banga High School in Plaridel, Bulacan last November 7, 2015. The Bank employees had an enjoyable time with their friends and work colleagues while painting the bare walls, ceilings, doors, railings and staircases of the school buildings, knowing that they're helping to shape the minds of the next generation.
Security Bank Foundation piloted an outreach activity for Security Bank employees with urban poor children last November 28, 2015 in BASECO, Tondo, Manila. Fifty (50) employees from Security Bank Makati Head Office and selected Metro Manila branches assisted fifty-five (55) urban poor children beneficiaries and students of the Philippine Christian Foundation (PCF) School to make their own Thanksgiving and Christmas Cards from scratch. After the card-making activity, the Bank employee volunteers distributed gift bags to the children containing rice, assorted canned goods, instant noodles, powdered milk, sugar and biscuits.
In partnership with the Municipality of Sto. Tomas, Batangas and the Laguna Lake Development Authority, Security Bank Foundation organized a Greening Outreach Activity for Security Bank employees at the Mt. Makiling Forest Reserve in Sto. Tomas, Batangas last August 15, 2015. One hundred sixty (160) Security Bank employees from the Makati Head Office and the Laguna and Batangas areas trekked the Mt. Makiling Forest Reserve to plant 2,000 seedlings of Fire Tree that will separate the government-owned land from private-owned land. Since 2013, a total of 5,250 seedlings of Atis, Guava, Narra, Mahogany, Camachile and Fire Tree were planted by Security Bank employees in Pililla, Rizal; Calamba, Laguna; San Pedro, Laguna; and Sto. Tomas, Batangas.
Two (2) School Painting Outreach Activities were organized and implemented by Security Bank Foundation for one hundred thirteen (113) Security Bank employees for the month of May 2016.Ninety-three (93) Security Bank employees from the Pampanga group of branches and Makati Head Office participated in the School Painting Outreach Activity organized by Security Bank Foundation in Angeles City, Pampanga last May 14, 2016. The Bank employee volunteers helped paint the two-story, 8 classrooms school building donation of Security Bank Foundation to Angeles City National High School. Another group of twenty (20) Security Bank employees from the Urdaneta and Dagupan branches also helped paint the two-story, 6 classrooms school building donation of Security Bank Foundation to Lananpin Elementary School in Urdaneta City.
The spirit of 'bayanihan' or team work was very much alive during the packing activity on May 26, 2016 with the participation of Security Bank employees from the Makati Head Office and its subsidiaries. Bank employees assembled and packed each school bag containing notebooks, pad paper, pencils, sharpener, eraser, glue, scissors, ruler, water color and a box of crayons. Seventeen Security Bankers from Region 1 KAMANAVA and Manila areas helped distribute the school bags with school supplies to 3,500 public school student beneficiaries of Dona Ata Elementary School, Pinalagad Elementary School and Marulas Central School in Valenzuela City last June 6 and June 13, 2016.
One hundred thirteen (113) Security Bank employees from the Makati Head offices and Metro Manila branches joined the greening outreach activity and helped plant 2,000 seedlings of Narra, Malaruhat, and Kamagong species in a 5-hectare protected area of the La Mesa Nature Reserve in Quezon City last July 16, 2016.
Eighty-eight (88) Security Bank employees from the Bulacan group of branches and the Makati Head Office helped paint a 2-storey, 4-classroom school building donated by Security Bank Foundation to the Josefa V. Ycasiano Memorial School in Baliwag, Bulacan last September 3, 2016.