Despite the continuing rise in COVID-19 infections in the Philippines, One Meralco Foundation (OMF), has resumed its electrification of off-grid public schools to help teachers in far-flung communities implement blended learning.
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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.Read More
NO. NAME OF EMPLOYEE OFFICE/COMPANY NAME OF DEPENDENT 1 Melchor V. Angayan MIESCOR Clamel Joseph B. Angayan 2 Mary Joy Vanessa L. Araña Central, BCOS Team 2 Isiah Vanjay L. Araña 3 Alibert E. Avendaño Meralco Energy, Inc. (MSERV) Aliah Sianelle D. Avendaño 4 Liliane L. Banawis MIESCOR Logistics (MLI) Lloyd Anthonee L. Banawis 5 […]READ MORE
NO. NAME OF EMPLOYEE OFFICE/COMPANY NAME OF DEPENDENT 1 Jenny Luz A. Abad MIESCOR Kyle Emmanuel A. Bautista 2 Roy Estephen O. Agag Pasig Sector, Operations Roy James D. Agag 3 Sushmita Ken L. Aguilan Camarin BC, Customer Care Kale Jan Krishca L. Aguilan 4 Roel F. Ala MIESCOR Logistics (MLI) Lorenz Andrei A. Ala […]READ MORE