BPI Foundation supports food security program for low-income communities

    The “Pagsibol” fund-raising campaign aims to plant the seeds of food security in low-income communities through sustainable food sheds—or climate resilient food production facilities—to help hundreds of families all over the country cope with the ongoing challenges of the pandemic.

    BPI Foundation, the social development arm of the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), recently partnered with the World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines (WWF-Philippines) for this program to provide long-term, sustainable farming solutions for low-income urban and rural communities.  The fundraising initiative was launched in the last week of August as part of BPI’s 169th anniversary celebration.

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