San Pedro, Laguna – P.A. Alvarez Properties and Development Corporation (P.A. Properties) would always have a soft heart for people in need.
TURNOVER. SVP Mandy De Guzman hands the ceremonial box of relief goods to the Philippine Red Cross
In a simple ceremony, P.A. Properties officials, led by Vice President for Corporate Affairs, Mrs. Giselle A. Pili (fifth from left) and Ms. Fatima Alvarez (fourth from left), Organizational Development Lead, led the turnover of boxes of non-perishable relief goods to the Philippine Red Cross for survivors of Mayon Volcano’s eruption.
They were assisted by Sr. Vice Presidents Armando De Guzman, Ms. Florlita Tabuzo (second from left) and Vice President Carmina Abierra (first from left).
The Philippine Red Cross was led by Mr. Frank Gray M. Sorromero, Administrator of its Laguna Chapter.
Bottled water, face masks and toiletries were among the items donated by officers, employees and customers of PAAPDC.
The endeavor is part of PAAPDC’s Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives, particularly in helping calamity victims.
HELP IS ON THE WAY. PAAPDC sends non-perishable items to survivors of Mt. Mayon’s eruption
About P.A. Properties:
For 23 years, Laguna-based P.A. Alvarez Properties and Development Corporation (P.A. Properties) has established itself a name in the competitive Philippine real estate industry by enabling the public to have their dream homes at affordable rates and payment schemes.
The company, which has already built about 19,000 housing units in Laguna, Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga, and Metro Manila, continues to embark on strategic expansion efforts to further build 15,000 more housing units in the next five years, thereby creating comfortable, safe, and joyful Filipino communities.
P.A. Properties, which has a capitalization of PHP2.8 billion (as of October 2017) and sales of P3.08 billion (in 2016), acknowledges that partnering with Hankyu Realty Co., Ltd. in developing ldesia would not only help the company grow its experience, expertise, and technology, but it will also help the company realize its advocacy of helping ease the more than 6 million housing backlog in the Philippines.
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