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To survive, any business or corporation must be useful to the society it serves.

Oscar M. Lopez
Chairman, Lopez Group Foundation, Inc.


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MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine General Hospital (PGH) has accepted an offer from the Lopez Group to help the state university hospital increase 10 times its capability to test for the virus SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent of the dreaded coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The “Pantawid ng Pag-ibig” campaign of ABS-CBN and ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. (AFI) has raised P350 million in cash donations and pledges for the benefit of over 600,000 families in Metro Manila and nearby provinces affected by the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).
Here are a few stories of how companies and individuals did their share in reaching out to those in need during these pandemic times.
The Rural Workers Association of San Rafael (RWASR) based in Bulusan, Sorsogon, which runs Nasipit Eco-Agri Farm, has a simple message for their fellow Filipinos: “There is no problem we cannot overcome, so long as we continue to work together.
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Malasimbo at La Mesa Ecopark

Oct 09, 2019
Created by
Carissa Joyce Reyno

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To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Volume Unit Entertainment, Inc. partners with Bantay Kalikasan, the environmental arm of ABS-CBN Foundation, for the Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival. This year, the eco-cultural tourism event that showcases cultural arts, supports indigenous people, and promotes environmental conservation and protection through music will be held at the La Mesa Ecopark for the benefit of Bantay Kalikasan and its projects.

For the first time, one of the most awaited music festivals will be happening in the metro. Volume Unit Entertainment, Inc. brings the colorful and exciting music event to the La Mesa Ecopark- Amphitheatre this February 29-March 01, 2020.

Mico Grgic, Founder and Festival Director of Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival, shared that he has been looking for a venue where they can immerse the people in nature and culture. He instantly fell in love with the natural beauty of La Mesa Eco Park the moment he first saw it. He believes that its grass-terraced amphitheater is the perfect venue for their 10th anniversary. “I hope Malasimbo will help promote the beautifully enchanting Ecopark and to contribute to its preservation,” Grgic enthused.

In the past decade, Malasimbo has been involved in a variety of annual reforestation, mangrove planting projects, beach clean-ups, as well as supporting indigenous people.

Part of its proceeds will be donated to Bantay Kalikasan and its projects which include the preservation and protection of the La Mesa Ecopark.

The Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival has this magic that creates wonderful experiences with its fine elements- nature, good sound, artworks, and lighting. Adding La Mesa Ecopark’s captivating natural beauty gives another dimension to this magical experience.

The partnership between ABS-CBN Foundation and Volume Unit Entertainment, Inc. is a perfect merge of two entities that care about the same thing - nature and culture preservation.

“The values that the La Mesa, ABS-CBN Foundation have, are exactly aligned with our values as an event. That is why I am very much looking forward to it,” Grgic exclaimed. 

For further details on the event, you can visit Malasimbo's official site, http://malasimbo.com/