Security Bank aims to improve the lives of less fortunate families through empowering, sustainable and measurable livelihood projects.
Dagatan Family and Balete Family Farm School’s Lettuce Production Project (2005)
The project empowered each Family Farm School (FFS) Association to be active partners of FFS in the development of the community where the school is located. Its goals were to generate enough income through livelihood activities, which would increase the income of farmers and help in the operational expenses of each school; utilize the projects as management and skills training for farmers and students; aid in the promotion of FFS as a venue for community development; and increase the understanding of farmers in managing an organization. Punlaan School Vocational Education Project (2005)
The financial assistance granted by the Foundation to Punlaan School was used for the advancement of less-privileged young women of San Juan City. It helped them acquire general culture, values formation and necessary skills for gainful employment in tourism-related establishments after graduation. The foundation supports the school’s distinct education philosophy of promoting positive values that builds character and ingrains work ethic in group-teaching situations and in individualized tutorial systems. Organic Rice Production Project (2009)
In partnership with the San Pablo Parents Association, Inc. and Yakap sa Kaunlaran ng Bata, Inc., this project provided poor families with access to low cost but nutritious rice as well as additional income. It also generated funds to help support community projects for children and families. Livelihood Training for Relatives of SBC Group Agency Personnel (2011)
The training provided relatives of the Bank’s Agency personnel opportunities to earn additional income to support the education of their children and provide for other basic needs of their families. Despite the bad weather last December 9, 2011, twenty-six (26) wives and female relatives of the Bank’s Agency Personnel proceeded to Tany Foundation building in Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City to learn how to cook, package and market sapin-sapin, maja blanca, chocolate moron, puto pao and puto cheese. 15-day Pilot Skills Training Program (2013)
The program focused on teaching the trainees how to identify and troubleshoot computer hardware and networking problems. The training program is a combination of a classroom lecture and actual demonstration. It helped trainees acquire the necessary skills to enable them to get good-paying jobs locally and abroad, or to put up their own servicing business and earn income.