Philam Foundation, Inc. provides support to the Bridging Leadership Program of the PCP Foundation, Inc. and PCP
From left to right: Mr. Max G. Ventura, Ms. Diane Madulid, Ms. Rina Custodio, Dr. Ma. Encarnita Limpin, Ms. Bernadette Chincuanco, Dr. Kenneth Hartigan-Go, and Dr. Sandra Torres
Philam Foundation, Inc., now the AIA Philippines, the corporate social responsibility arm of AIA Philippine Group of companies, formalized their support to two programs of the Philippine College of Physicians Foundation, Inc., namely the Bridging Leadership Program and a proposed Non-Communicable Disease Registry of the Philippine College of Physicians (PCP). The meeting was held last May 13, 2022 at the Cityclub Alphaland in Makati City. It was attended by Mr. Max Ventura (President and CEO of Philam Foundation, Inc.), Ms. Bernadette Chincuanco (AIA Philippines Head of Integrated Marketing Communications), Ms. Rina Custodio (AIA Philippines Integrated Marketing Communications Principal/ ESG-CSR Lead), Ms. Diane Madulid-Santiago (ESG CSR Specialist), Dr. Ma. Encarnita Limpin (PCP President), Dr. Kenneth Y. Hartigan-Go (PCP Foundation Vice- President), and Dr. Sandra Torres (PCP Foundation Executive Director).
The event was designed to establish a strong partnership between the organizations with the common goal of promoting better community outcomes. Philam Foundation, Inc. donated Php 1,500,000 which was matched by PCP, for a total of Php 3,000,000.