MLBA and its 95 chapters around the world are always striving to do more to support the local communities that matter most to them. In this quest, MLBA Philippines recently became an official member of the Philippines association League of Corporate Foundations (LCF).
Recently, Chief Administrator for MLBA Philippines, Bing Prima-Patiño, represented the organization at the LCF event by taking an oath to join the organization. During the induction of new members, Bing discussed MLBA’s mission to make lives better and how local chapter have been sharing the love and making a difference in the country.
Now in its 27th year, LCF is a network of almost 100 operating and grant-making corporate foundations and corporations that promotes and enhances the strategic practice of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) among its members and the larger business community toward sustained national development. Collectively, LCF represents many decades of private sector involvement strengthened with public sector partnerships and multi-sectoral approaches in various development sectors including arts and culture, education, environment, health, enterprise development, CSR research and training.
MLBA launched in the Philippines in December 2016 in two Alorica sites – Centris and Exportbank. The excitement to expand MLBA across more of Alorica’s Asia community continued with the launch of an additional 13 chapters in April 2017, including Alabang, Alorica Center, Alphaland, Cebu, Clark, Cubao, Cybergate, Davao, Fort Bonifacio, Ilocos, Lipa, Marikina, and Mezza.
We are excited for this opportunity to not only learn from this organization, but also can learn from the other organizations that are members of LCF. To see how MLBA is changing lives of Alorica employees, their families, along with the people, organizations and communities who support them, follow them via Facebook and Instagram.