Bloomberry implements corporate social responsibility programs in strategic areas where the Company can help improve the lives of various groups. These are implemented through Solaire’s own “Solaire Cares” program and its social development arm, the Bloomberry Cultural Foundation, Inc. (“BCFI”, the “Foundation”).
Many of our employees voluntarily share their expertise and time to implement programs in strategic areas, which the Company can help improve the lives of various groups.
With teamwork as a core value at Bloomberry, our team members engage with local communities through various outreach activities. The program extends aid to orphanages, countryside schools, educational foundations, homes for the elderly, typhoon victims, and destitute and street children centers. Through partnerships with government agencies and non-government organizations (NGOs) – including DSWD, Caritas Manila, Girl Scouts of the Philippines, Bureau of Corrections, and Hands on Manila Foundation – Solaire Cares keeps the spirit of volunteerism well and alive. The program rebuilds communities, contributes to the environment, assists in youth value formation, inspires life and hope for the elderly, and supports developmental institutions that work for the welfare of local communities.
As part of Bloomberry’s outside economic contributions to community investments, the Company also engages in community development efforts. These are fulfilled in a spirit of public service and unity with our immediate communities. These nonprofit programs are being done in support of PAGCOR’s charter, to generate revenues and contribute to the country’s socio-civic and national development programs.
For more information, please refer to our latest sustainability report in the Sustainability section.