With the help of our Corporate partners, Filipino children and families have benefit from improved schools, access to clean water, & better health facilities.
Airspeed International Corporation
Airspeed has been a partner of World Vision since 2006 and it started through their engagement to Child Sponsorship Program. Not only that they are sponsoring children but also they are supportive in World Vision's need for trucking services whether for relief operations, medical missions and others wherein the need for trucking services arise. Corporately, their heart is really to help World Vision achieve its vision for children to have a life in all its fullness.
Carmudi Philippines is the country's fastest rising online car classifieds. They partnered with World Vision in March 2015 to sponsor two children from a Malabon community. Carmudi.com.ph is a venture of Rocket Internet, which also manages trusted e-commerce sites Zalora, Lazada, Lamido, Easy Taxi, among others.
Chronotron Inc. started partnering with World Vision last March 2011 by being one of the sponsors of our Flying High event, an appreciation event for WV kids who graduated with honors. They donated 20 Unisilver Time watches as tokens for the 20 WV kids. Eventually, Unisilver Time started sponsoring 10 children also in 2011. They are also a consistent donor of tokens & giveaways to every WV events.
Coffee Masters Inc.
The partnership between World Vision Philippines and Seattle's Best Coffee (SBC) started in 2010 with their Christmas promo "SBC Give and Receive" . Through this marketing campaign, SBC was able to sponsor 5 kids in one of our communities. After this initial partnership, they continued the 2011 Christmas Promo campaign, wherein additional 11 kids were sponsored by SBC. This has been a yearly campaign of SBC which sustains their sponsorship to 16 children. Aside from this partnership, they have supported various events of World Vision such as, the World Vision Run Towards Fullness of Life and the 12 hour Famine event.
ClicktheCity supports World Vision child sponsorship by providing a free online banner ad space in their website.
Cognizant Philippines Inc.
Cognizant Philippines Inc. is a leading service provider of IT, Consluting and BPO Services. As part of their Corporate Social Responsibility, they donated USD 2,000 to conduct a “Bag and School Supplies Distribution” to a World Vision community in Malabon. Cognizant employees participated in the event by repacking the school supplies. This event supported the “Back to School Activity” that benefited 150 school children.
Deloitte Philippines Outreach, Inc. (DPOI)
Deloitte Philippines Outreach, Inc. (DPOI) started sponsoring 10 children from World Vision’s Area Development Program. Employees of DPOI were also encouraged to sponsor a child on their own. In a culminating event, DPOI sponsors will meet with their sponsored children.
GrabTaxi is the first and largest taxi app in Metro Manila and South East Asia that enables passengers to book taxis in just 2 taps of their smartphones. This Mother's day, GrabTaxi will donate to the children of World Vision Philippines.
Learning Center for supplementary education of 300 urban-poor children in Tondo. ING bank, in partnership with World Bicycle Relief, has recently launched the ‘Orange Bike Project’ where more than 500 orange bicycles were recently given to students of San Isidro National High School in Isabela.
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
World Vision relief response team and over 150 JPMorgan Chase employees joined forces to distribute vital relief aid to more than 1,500 families affected by monsoon floods in Parañaque, Metro Manila last August 31, 2013.
Through WORLD VISION’s Child Sponsorship program, LBC EXPRESS, INC. is currently supporting 150 children from 8 of WORLD VISION’s existing Area Development Programs (ADP) and starting October 5, 2012, WORLD VISION coin banks will be placed at selected 200 LBC outlets nationwide to help WORLD VISION raise fund for the same program.
La Salle Green Hills
WORLD VISION and LA SALLE GREEN HILLS (LSGH) became partners for the Child Sponsorship Program during their Family Day activities. LSGH provided World Vision a booth during the said event while sponsoring five (5) children.
Mobext a global mobile marketing agency network, has chosen World Vision to be their beneficiary for a fund-raising effort that they have launched for Typhoon Yolanda relief efforts. People can donate online just by synching their credit cards to their Twitter accounts. The following hashtags have been assigned for this campaign: #TulongPH which corresponds to USD 2 donation, #SulongPH is equal to USD 5 donation and #BangonPH corresponds to USD 8 donation.
Nexus Technologies, Inc.
NEXUS Technologies, Inc. has, since 2006, been a corporate sponsor to some 20 children. They are also a staunch patron of World Vision merchandises (T-shirts, Christmas cards, books, baller bands) that they give as token to their stakeholders.
Nyxsys Philippines is a dynamic company that offers digital media technology solutions. They are in partnership with World Vision in creating awareness through LED Advertisement exposures to promote more public involvment through the Child sponsorship program.
Mannasoft Technology Corporation
In November 2008, Mannasoft partnered with World Vision in helping the poor children by engaging thru the Child Sponsorship Program. Currently, they are sponsoring 50 children in Cavite. They also donated computer accessories and software to World Vision partner schools in Malabon in 2011. Mannasoft is also a partner & provider of WVDF in developing a database system software for the improvement of WVDF sponsor database.
Fuels the education of 6000 children in Metro Manila and Mindanao since 2007.
Philippine Australian Alumni Association, Inc
PA3i will host a run for a cause on August 11, 2012 at the CCP Complex tagged as PaaralRun, a fundraising project for the sole benefit of WORLD VISION to support the education of at least thirty children for four years through Child Sponsorship
Philippines Savings Bank
Save-it-Forward in 2008 was a promotion for its savings account holders to win educational plans matched with sending another poor child to school with World Vision. Some 40 children benefitted from this initiative.
PinoyExchange.com is one of the biggest Pinoy online communities. They help spread awareness about World Vision child sponsorship by providing free online banner ad spaces in their website.
Richprime Global Inc.
In August 2013, Richprime Global Inc., a leading distributor of branded children’s product, sponsored 5 children from World Vision’s Area Development Program. They conducted a fundraising through a Cause Related Marketing scheme, where a portion of sales from girls’ dolls were dedicated towards the yearly sponsorship of the 5 children.
World Vision and Robinsons Malls jointly endeavor the Robinsons Malls' Chain-wide Promotion, tagged as “Your Pocket Change Can Change Their Lives” wherein ROBINSONS Mall customers can contribute to this cause. For every single receipt purchase from participating retail outlets + P10.00 donation, customer may redeem a fashionable eco bag. Proceeds from this will send 100 kids to school this school year 2012-2013.
Robinsons Supermarket Corporation
Robinsons Supermarket Corporate (RSC) has been an active partner of World Vision since 2005 when they started supporting World Vision’s Noche Buena Christmas Caravan. They have been helping 57 World Vision sponsored children under the Lunchbox of Hope campaign with Unilever since 2009. The supermarket chain also assisted World Vision’s relief efforts during the Ondoy, Pepeng and Sendong Emergency Response last 2009 and 2011. Through a cause related marketing promotion called Ice Cream Festival, RSC was able to sponsor more children. Right now, RSC alone sponsors 40 children in Malabon and it has been up and running since 2011.
SEAOIL Philippines, Inc., through SEAOIL Foundation, Inc. and World Vision Development Foundation, has pledged to sponsor the preschool, grade school, and high school education of 35 children from various parts of Cebu, Negros, Batangas, and Manila.
For the past 3 years a portion of sales proceeds from the annual promotional program of Tupperware Brands Chain of Confidence was donated to World Vision’s Child Sponsorship Program. This year in connection with their 19th year anniversary celebration, Tupperware Brands sponsored 100 children. The 100 corresponds to 100 of its outlets sponsoring a child each.
TIMEX sponsors to 20 children apart from individual sponsorships from employees. TIMEX has also supported World Vision in its effort to rehabilitate schools by providing 208 new classroom armchairs this year for the assistance of an elementary school which recently recovered from a fire accident. TIMEX was also swift to respond during the Typhoon Frank Relief Operations. The appeal was disseminated to their employees and global office. As a result, TIMEX USA donated $10,000 and their employees out of involvement and volunteerism, raised over Php 130,000 for the Typhoon Frank victims across Panay Island.
Right in time for the back to school season in 2009, Unilever launched the Lady’s Choice “Lunchbox of Hope” Project with Robinson’s Supermarket. This project supports 57 children in Cavite. This initiative succeeded with regular promotional sales (eg. Red Apple Sale, Surf Piso Sale) where World Vision is still their CSR partner.
Valens Securities is a global investment services firm that encompasses several unique investment research and services boutiques. These include Valens Equities, Valens Credit, and Valens Associates. The firm places high value on Corporate Social Responsibility, with philanthropy and community well-being integrated well into the company’s core tenets.
In 2011, Valens Securities started partnering with World Vision, by sponsoring 70 poor Filipino children. The firm has also been an active supporter of several World Vision campaigns such as the ‘World Vision Run’ and the annual ‘Noche Buena-giving’ project.
Westmont Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of United Laboratories Inc. (UNILAB) partnered with World Vision in 2013. A fundraising campaign called “Happetite School Caravan” was launched in 200 different schools nationwide, creating awareness of proper child nutrition. Proceeds from the Caravan were geared to the Noche Buena Campaign, giving families from poor communities the opportunity to have a warm meal in celebrating their Christmas Eve.
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