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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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Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response


July 26th, 2014

One Meralco now accepts donations in MVP Tulong Kapatid Center

One Meralco Foundation, the social development arm of the Manila Electric Company (MERALCO), is now accepting donations in cash or in kind for those affected by Typhoon Yolanda.

Interested parties may coordinate with One Meralco Foundation by contacting 632-8301 or send donations to the MVP Tulong Kapatid Center located at the Meralco Compound, Ortigas Ave. Pasig City. No-cook food items that have a long shelf life and may be easily repackaged are preferred.

Cash donations on the other hand can be deposited via BDO Unibank to One Meralco Foundation, Inc., Account no. 4630144474.

ìWe are now coordinating with various local government units and agencies in determining priority goods per sector. Meantime, we encourage everyone to support those severely affected by donating food, water, soap and blankets and we will take care of delivering them to the appropriate evacuation centers,î says Jeff Tarayao, President of One Meralco Foundation and Chief Social Responsibility Officer of Meralco.

For more information, please call Eddielyn Addun at 632-8301 or email onemeralcofoundation@meralco.com.ph.




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