SUITS Star Gabriel Macht Promotes ‘Project Wonderful’ on “The Queen Latifah Show”

Globe Telecom’s Project Wonderful garners global awareness with SUITS star Gabriel Macht’s recent guesting on The Queen Latifah Show. In his interview with host Queen Latifah, Gabriel Macht showcased his visit to Ormoc, Leyte to help fulfill the telco’s commitment of building a wonderful and resilient Philippines under Project Wonderful nation-building efforts by providing sustainable…

Chevron Volunteers at Animal Shelter

They were either shot, run over, abandoned, beaten, or starved.  Volunteers from Chevron Philippines Incorporated (CPI), marketer of the Caltex fuels and lubricants, took an afternoon off work to care for these abused animals that were being treated at PAWS (Philippine Animal Welfare Society) rehabilitation center in Quezon City.  The volunteers donated 22 boxes of…

Manila Pavilion Hotel Unites For Earth Hour 2014

Global warming is indeed nature’s worst enemy. It can lead to erratic weather conditions or climate change which may gravely influence our way of life. As part of our efforts to save the world, Manila Pavilion Hotel supports the advocacy of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) by observing the Earth Hour 2014. Committed to preserve the…

Habitat for Humanity Philippines and BPI Gives Thanks with Zalora Philippines

Habitat for Humanity Philippines (Habitat), Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), and Zalora Philippines (Zalora) recetly launched a promo that encourages BPI Cardholders to help Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) survivors by shopping online. “People have the heart to help, but sometimes don’t know how,” says Habitat CEO & Managing Director Charlie Ayco. “This partnership…

UNLIMITADO: Because Tadoism Never Ends

Arvin Jimenez, known mononymously as Tado would have been 40 years old on March 24. But the tragic bus crash in Bontoc took him away from us. Celebrate the life of TADO with DAKILA – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism on March 22 and 23 as we pay tribute to a life worth lived. Let us all…

Greenpeace Calls For Less Talk, More Action on Global Overfishing

Ministers from some of the world’s largest fishing powers, including the EU, the US, Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines recently gathered at a high-level international conference in Greece, where they reiterated commitments to reduce global fishing capacity and to ensure accurate information on fishing is readily available, including through the creation of a global record…