Empire East continues to serve different causes in various communities through its latest #EmpireEastCares initiative, a visit to the children of CRIBS Foundation in Antipolo City.
Volunteer employees held games and enrichment activities and donated essential items that the kids would truly enjoy.
"We hope this experience widens your perspective on the different truths in our society," said CRIBS Foundation Executive Director Josephina Dimalalauan. She further explained the plights of the children in their care, described with stark realities like abandonment and trauma, which only a good number of educated citizens could alleviate.
Empire East strives to create communities that are conducive to the healthy growth of every child.
"This activity made me realize the importance of the families that we have," expressed a volunteer. "Truly, we can rely on our families for the support and nourishment that we need. At the same time, we could look around our neighborhood and extend help to any child who lacks this basic support unit. We could be their families as well. We could help provide for their needs and to bring smiles to their faces."
The company values the potential of each child and continues to reach out to like-minded organizations in support for their future.
Empire East is actively conducting pocket outreach programs to accomplish its vision of "building unparalleled communities" in the metro.
The CRIBS Foundation highly encourages community involvement and volunteerism in managing its facility. If you're interested, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (+632)2806696 and look for Romelie Capio. #EmpireEastCares