Security Bank employees took part in the “Hope Begins with a Meal” food-packing activity held by non-governmental organization, International Care Ministries (ICM), in partnership with Rise Against Hunger, to help 16,000 ultra-poor families across ICM programs in the Philippines.
Each pack contained specially formulated, ready-to-cook rice-soy to feed families in need. ICM provides ultra-poor families with the knowledge, tools, and confidence they need to create lasting change in their lives.
The organization relies heavily on volunteers to run its programs on the ground. With a network of some 10,000 pastors across the country, ICM is able to bring its programs to ultra-poor families in some of the remotest areas.
Security Bank has been a partner of ICM for its various programs that help support the community since 2021. In December last year, the Bank partnered with the organization to provide financial support to ultra-poor families heavily affected by typhoon Odette.
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