To cap off a fruitful year, Hyundai Motor Philippines Inc. (HMPH) joined Daiichi Community’s Inspire 2.0 and Shoebox Project last Christmas to help bring joy to students.
Daiichi Community, which is under commercial and industrial real estate developer Daiichi Properties Inc., focuses on corporate social efforts. HMPH strives to strengthen its commitment and hopes to carry over the same spirit of positivity.
The Inspire 2.0 campaign was conducted on November 25 in conjunction with the Fort Bonifacio Development Foundation, the for-profit social responsibility division of Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation, the company behind Bonifacio Global City. It aims to inform and introduce college students participating in their scholarship program to various vocations they may want to consider in the future.
As a first-time host, HMPH gave the scholars an office tour and career talks led by Victor Vela, Head of Department for Sales, together with Christopher Penaflor, Supervisor for Service Training under the Aftersales Department; Marc Dela Cruz, Assistant Manager for Human Resources; and Paul Herrera, Head of Department for Business Administration.
HMPH also supported the Shoebox Project, wherein donations from participating company tenants of Daiichi Properties were collected and packed. School supplies such as notebooks, crayons, notepads, rulers, and school bags were distributed to elementary students of the Gat Andres Bonifacio Elementary School last December 13.