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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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Grassroots Partnerships

OMF continues its commitment towards strong partnerships with local government and barangays by providing appropriate support for certain local community needs such as health, sanitation, environmental protection, sports and education. Through the Grassroots Partnerships program, the Foundation is able to nurture public safety, promote responsible stewardship among residents and spur growth and development in communities.

Responsible Citizenship

June 1st, 2020

At the forefront of our march to aid in the sustainable progress of marginalized communities are thousands of Meralco employees who devote their time, talent, and treasure to the Foundation’s causes.

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

March 23rd, 2017

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.

Drawing inspiration from One Meralco’s basketball program

July 26th, 2014

It’s refreshing to see how the prospect of playing basketball brightens up the faces of Aeta kids. And to learn the fundamentals of basketball from Meralco Bolts head coach Ryan Gregorio himself, what can be more thrilling than that?

One Meralco offers chess workshops to public school students

July 26th, 2014

The first and second Meralco Campus Tour Chess Workshops were held at the Ramon Magsaysay High School (RMHS) in Cubao, and Bagong Silangan Elementary School (BSES) in Batasan, Quezon City respectively, gathering more than 180 students who were also chess enthusiasts.

Sharing the value of excellence with Meralco employees and dependents

July 26th, 2014

Every parent’s dream is to see their children excel in whatever endeavour they choose to take. Parents’ main role is to open up opportunities for their children to develop and reach their full potential and be productive citizens of the country.

Project Light-a-Dream makes the future brighter for underpriviledged youth and adults

July 26th, 2014

One Meralco Foundation (OMF), the social development arm of Meralco, has partnered with Miriam College for Project Light-A-Dream in support of the academic institutionís night school for underserved adults and out-of-school-youth, the Miriam College Adult Education (MAE).

One Meralco Foundation makes Basketboys out of underprivileged kids

July 26th, 2014

Nayon ng Kabataan, a temporary home run by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) for the care and rehabilitation of the socially disadvantaged youth, was the site for the implementation of the Meralco Basketboys Program, a sports-development initiative by One Meralco Foundation, the Meralco Sports and Youth Advocacy office and the Meralco Bolts PBA team.

Paying it forward in Talim Island

July 26th, 2014

Ben Deciar, a 43 year-old resident of Brgy. Sapang, Talim Island, is often described as a family man by his peers in every sense of the word. Except that he doesn’t have his own family to support.

Developing an entrepreneurial mindset through One Meralco’s livelihood skills program

July 26th, 2014

For 24-year-old Myra Coral, a student from Concepcion Uno, Marikina City, looking for a source of income to help her parents with the household expenses has not been easy. Applying in job fairs brought initial hope but then, with each passing day with no contact from the companies she has applied to, her routine has ended up in despair.

Capacity building for savings and community engagement

July 26th, 2014

On a typical weekday, Veronica Atlas, a housewife from Bgy. Sapinit in Antipolo City, wakes up with a smile on her face. As a loving wife and mother of four children, she prepares the breakfast of her family to fuel their day at work and school, respectively. After she bids them goodbye, she tends to the communal farm, using skills she learned from the training of One Meralco Foundation’s Bio Intensive Gardening (BIG).

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One Meralco Foundation continues to energize off-grid schools despite pandemic

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.


Meralco, PLDT donate hospital equipment to boost East Avenue Medical Center’s COVID capacity

The Philippines’ largest electricity distributor Manila Electric Company (Meralco) and telecommunications giant PLDT jointly donated P45 million worth of medical equipment to the East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC) in Quezon City to help increase its capacity to handle COVID-19 cases. The donation included hospital beds with mattresses, overhead and bedside tables, footstool, IV stands, curtains, […]