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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


Mr. Winsie Dimafelix and Mr. Alberto Mata of the Meralco Rescue Team happily feed the children in his barangay.


September 22nd, 2015

One Meralco feeds 150 children in Brgy. Kalayaan, Angono Rizal

Meralco employee Winsie S. Dimafelix from Sub-Transmission Lines office and a member of the Meralco Rescue Team, hails from Brgy. Kalayaan, Angono Rizal. He volunteered as part of, “Munting Simbahan Kapit Bahayan sa Kalayaan,” which serves less fortunate kids in their barangay. Many families in their barangay do not have stable income resulting to challenges in food and nutrition.  Many children have become underweight and undernourished.

Winsie partnered with One Meralco Foundation and sponsored a feeding program for 150 children in their community. We snapped photos of the event and captured the priceless smiles of the beneficiaries. – Enzo Fernandez

 




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