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Teachers Consulted on Social Responsibility and Good Governance


(clockwise from top left: Petron Foundation General Manager Malu Erni, Director IV of CHED-NCR Dr. Catherine Castañeda, LCF Advisory Council Member Lydia Sarmiento, Institute for Corporate Directors President Rex Drilon, AGSB Dean Albert Buenviaje)

A total of 39 college professors and instructors from 15 colleges and universities in Metro Manila and Batangas attended the whole day Consultative Workshop on Social Responsibility and Governance held on September 24 at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business (AGSB) Amphitheatre.

Organized by the League of Corporate Foundations (LCF), AGSB, Management Association of the Philippines (MAP), and the Philippine Council of Deans and Educators for Business (PCDEB), the workshop aimed at: 

  • Reviewing the provisions of CHED Memorandum Order 39 Series of 2006, as well as possible revisions to the Memo that are presently being considered;
  • Review of the syllabus on Social Responsibility and Governance that was developed by LCF in partnership with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the PCDEB, with inputs from the Governance Committee of MAP; and
  • Presenting teaching strategies as well as instructional materials that are available to enhance the teaching of Social Responsibility and Governance, including cases, reference materials, and resource persons and organizations. 

The workshop programme consisted of lectures in the morning session and break-out sessions in the afternoon, where the faculty members participated in a moderated discussion of syllabus content, teaching strategies, and instructional/ reference materials on Social Responsibility and Governance.

The teacher-participants were welcomed by Dean Albert Buenviaje of AGSB and Ms. Lydia Enrile, member of the LCF Advisory Council and Chair of the CSR Committee of MAP. Dr. Catherine Castañeda, Director IV of CHED-NCR gave the teachers updates from the Commission on Higher Education. Mr. Rex Drilon, President of The Institute of Corporate Directors, briefed the teachers on Good Governance while Ms. Marilou Erni, General Manager of Petron Foundation talked about Corporate Social Responsibility. Dean Conrad Iñigo, Chair of the CHED Technical Committee for Business Administration, updated the teachers on the proposed latest revisions to CHED Memo 39-2006. Teacher-participants expressed the need for more workshops in the other regions and for more materials such as videos, field visits, local reference materials, and link up with industry.

During the workshop break-out sessions, the teachers came up with their own ideas on improving the syllabus, and shared their own teaching strategies and resource materials in teaching Social Responsibility and Governance. The breakout sessions were moderated by Dr. Virginia Rosas of Letran and PCDEB, Dr. Carolina Guina of AGSB, and Mr. John Michael Olaco of the Far Eastern University. Ms. Pamela Castro of Pilipinas Shell Foundation and Mr. Chito Maniago of CEMEX Philippines also served as moderators.

To end, Dr. Benito Teehankee, Chair and Associate Professor of De La Salle University’s Management and Organization Department, gave an inspiring speech to the teachers, reminding them of their critical role in nation-building.

Providing much-needed support to the workshop are the Ateneo Graduate School of Business, the Management Association of the Philippines, and the Bato-Balani Foundation, Inc.

Participants may download copies of the presentation here.

LCF Begins the “LCF Forest”

Eighty-two environment enthusiasts joined the tree planting activity of the League of Corporate Foundations (LCF) on September 22 at Ipo Watershed, Norzagaray, Bulacan. As promised in its LCF CSR Expo last July 2012, six hundred sixteen seedlings were planted for the same number of delegates who participated in the two-day conference and exhibit. 

LCF, led by its Environment Committee, partnered with the Manila Water Company (MWC) and the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) in choosing the three-hectare planting site, dubbed the “LCF Forest”. A Memorandum of Agreement was signed by the three organizations last 15 August 2012. 

The half-day tree planting activity received enthusiastic volunteers from BPI Foundation, Energy Development Corporation, Lopez Group Foundation, Philam Foundation, TeamAsia, Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation, UCPB-CIIF Foundation, and the League of Corporate Foundations. 

LCF Trustee Ms. Monette Hamlin welcomed the volunteers and explained that the LCF Forest will be planted with indigenous seedlings of kupang (Parkia Timoriana) and narra (Pterocarpus indicus) within three years. MWC and MWSS, as LCF’s partners, will monitor the site’s growth.

LCF Holds CSR 101 for New Members



The League of Corporate Foundations gave an introductory course on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to its new members last 22 August 2012. The activity was attended by seven participants from AES Philippines Power Foundation, AMY Foundation, Kraft Foods Philippines, ICCP Group Foundation, and San Roque Power Foundation. 

A member of the Speakers’ Bureau, Ms. Techu Tumbali of UCPB-CIIF Foundation, was invited to give various perspectives of CSR – historical, social, and economical. Participants also gained practical knowledge from the experiences of Manila Doctors Hospital, represented by its CSR Director, Ms. Jennifer Laxamana.

LCF Conducts Workshop on Social Impact Measurement


As part of its capacity-building services for its members, the League of Corporate Foundations (LCF) conducted a workshop on Social Impact Measurement last 28 August 2012.

Twenty-two (22) participants from AMY Foundation, Ang-Hortaleza Foundation, Bonifacio Art Foundation, Energy Development Corporation, Jollibee Foundation, JVR Foundation, PTC-CSJ Foundation, Manila Water Foundation, San Roque Power Foundation learned the methods for effective measurement of their corporate social responsibility efforts.

LCF President Ms. Camille Buenaventura welcomed the participants to the workshop. Pilipinas Shell Foundation Program Manager Ms. Pamela Castro discussed an impact measurement framework and social metric guidepost.

LCF Holds General Assembly, Inducts Kraft Foods Philippines and San Roque Power Foundation



The League of Corporate Foundations (LCF) held its second General Assembly for 2012 last August 15. Two new members, KRAFT FOODS PHILIPPINES and SAN ROQUE POWER FOUNDATION were inducted during the G.A.

Kraft Foods Philippines (KFP) is committed to the Kraft Foods global advocacy of fighting hunger and malnutrition. With this mission in mind, the Company adopted a public elementary school in October 2010 for a five-year program to transform the school into one of the top five in Parañaque City by 2015. KFP also implements environment-related programs in its own company. Most notable is the ‘Go Green’ program, which aims to reduce the Company’s use of water and energy, and its waste. Employees of Kraft Foods have a strong sense of volunteerism and regularly participate in the Company’s community activities.

San Roque Power Foundation is the CSR unit of the San Roque Power Corporation. Established in 2010, the foundation implements programs on micro-finance, capacity-building, livelihood development, education, health, and the environment.

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