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Awards and Recognitions

The Foundation is humbled with the recognition given by various stakeholders here and abroad. They do not only celebrate the work the Foundation does, but more importantly, they inspire us to strive harder in making a positive impact on the lives of many Filipinos.

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Employee Volunteerism


Meralco volunteer employees and school officials come as one for Brigada Eskwela.


September 15th, 2015

One Meralco joins DepEd for 2015 Brigada Eskwela

The Department of Education – National Capital Region (DepEd NCR) launched this year’s Brigada Eskwela on May 18 at the Pinaglabanan Elementary School in San Juan City. Meralco and One Meralco Foundation supported the event by sending volunteer engineers, linemen and employees to check the electrical safety of the school and to trim tree branches that pose a threat to power lines near its buildings. Volunteers from Meralco’s Pasig Sector facilitated the trimming of tree branches while engineers from the Mandaluyong Business Center led the electrical safety assessment of the school’s electrical connections. – Enzo Fernandez

 




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One Meralco Foundation, partners join hands to energize communities, schools

Meralco’s corporate social responsibility arm, One Meralco Foundation (OMF) ended 2016 with a record accomplishment in energizing 23,750 low income households in the Meralco franchise area and 170 public schools in remote island and mountain communities in the Philippines.

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One Meralco Foundation, UBS energize Bohol island schools

Manila Electric Company’s corporate social responsibility arm, One Meralco Foundation (OMF), and Switzerland-based bank UBS recently energized six island schools in Bohol using solar photovoltaic technology.

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