MORE Power strengthens Iloilo community through collaborative CSR initiatives

For four years now, MORE Power has remained steadfast in its commitment to the Ilonggo community. Beyond its role as the city’s sole power distributor, the company has continued efforts to help uplift the lives of the Ilonggos.

Recently, MORE Power extended support to various charitable institutions in Iloilo City through its Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, which consistently benefit the local community.

The recipient charitable institutions include Asilo de Molo, Friends of Cancer Kids Iloilo Foundation, Inc., Philippine Red Cross, Homeless People’s Federation Philippines, Inc., St. Clement’s Parish Church, the Carmelite Monastery, Colegio De San Jose, Assumption Iloilo, Ati Orphanage and Children Center, Jaro Archdiocesan Social Action Center, and St. Vincent Ferrer Seminary, Inc.

What made this year’s effort particularly remarkable was the involvement of the company’s Key Accounts. Through their active participation and support in the firm’s Christmas caroling, these key accounts contributed funds that increased the allocated budget for this noble activity.

This collaborative engagement elevated the CSR initiative, amplifying the company’s core values and its dedication to serving the community.

MORE Power’s initiative marked a significant shift by not just championing a charitable cause but also fostering ongoing support for these institutions.

Among the prominent key accounts that responded to MORE Power’s call were Golden Portal Industries, Grand Canyon Multi Holdings, Inc., Florete Group of Companies, Tatoy’s Manokan and Seafood, Uy Group of Companies, Alfonso Tan Group of Companies, Mr. Tony Jon, Toyota Iloilo, 21 Hotels, JD Bakeshop, and Grand Xing Imperial Hotel.

Apart from the funds that MORE Power allocated to each beneficiary, additional funds were collected from these key accounts.

“In embracing our responsibility towards Iloilo’s well-being, MORE Power remains deeply honored to join hands with the community in creating meaningful change. Our journey alongside these esteemed charitable institutions signifies not just corporate support but a shared commitment to nurturing hope and resilience within our beloved city,” MORE Power President and CEO Roel Castro said.

“The involvement of our Key Accounts in the Christmas caroling underscores the power of unity in serving a greater purpose. As we reflect on this collaborative success, MORE Power remains resolute in our dedication to sustaining these impactful initiatives, recognizing that true progress arises from collective compassion and unrelenting support for our community’s well-being,” Mr. Castro said.