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To survive, any business or corporation must be useful to the society it serves.

Oscar M. Lopez
Chairman, Lopez Group Foundation, Inc.

Latest CSR Stories

Lopez Employees Bring Holiday Cheer to the PAAFI Kids

Lopez Employees Bring Holiday Cheer to the PAAFI Kids

Last December 10, some 40 Lopez Group employee-volunteers from various Lopez companies came together to make Christmas more special for over 1,000 young scholars that are supported by the Phil-Asia Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Team “Pioneering Entrepreneurial Spirit” Dominate 2017 Lopez Bowling Tourney

Team “Pioneering Entrepreneurial Spirit” Dominate 2017 Lopez Bowling Tourney

The “Pioneering Entrepreneurial Spirit” squad, represented by players from ABS-CBN, SKY, and Knowledge Channel, bagged the Team Overall crown in the recently-concluded 2017 Lopez Group Bowling Tournament last November 25, which was held at the Coronado Lanes in Starmall, Mandaluyong.
LGFI held Toolkit Session on the Sustainable Development Goals

LGFI held Toolkit Session on the Sustainable Development Goals

“Leave No One Behind” was the message that resonated with the participants of the Lopez group Toolkit Session as the Sustainable Development Goals were discussed by speakers from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) , the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) and the First Philippine Holdings Sustainability team.
FPH’s sustainability program wins recognition during PSE Bell Awards

FPH’s sustainability program wins recognition during PSE Bell Awards

Lopez-led First Philippine Holdings Corporation (FPH) won the maiden launch of recognition for the Best Sustainability Program during the 2017 Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) Bell Awards for Excellence in Corporate Governance (Bell Awards) held last Nov.
Sourcing Memory

Sourcing Memory

The longest-running presidential rule in the Philippines under Ferdinand Edralin Marcos ran from 1965 – 1986.
Remembering Roby: An Art of A Life

Remembering Roby: An Art of A Life

The Lopez brothers, Oscar and Manuel, observed last Sept. 26, the 25th death anniversary of their youngest brother, Roberto, with a Mass officiated by Msgr.
EDC Answers Marawi Call

EDC Answers Marawi Call

The ongoing conflict in Marawi, Lanao Del Sur has displaced thousands of residents since May of this year.
What Do I Say to a Giant

What Do I Say to a Giant

Quijano de Manila, Nick Joaquin’s nom de plume, made unparalleled contributions in the field of journalism early on as a proof reader, and later, as a writer, contributor and editor of numerous dailies, magazines and other publications.
The Given Order

The Given Order

The Given Order brings together Jason Dy, S.J. and Anton del Castillo in a visual exploration of the different tangents of faith and tradition in our past and in our lives today.
Lopez Brigada Eskwela Goes to KHS Anew

Lopez Brigada Eskwela Goes to KHS Anew

A huge throng of more than 100 volunteers representing the Lopez Group of Companies, composed of employees, family, friends, and relatives, went all-out once again to focus on the improvement of the surroundings of the Kapitolyo High School (KHS) n Pasig in the recently-concluded Lopez Brigada Eskwela held last June 3, 2017.

Developing Young Musical Leaders

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Jun 07, 2017
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Faith Bacon, LGFI
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The scholars of the Ang Misyon Inc, held a two-day Leadership and Values Formation Training at the Eugenio Lopez Center last May 31 to June 1. The Lopez Group Foundation Inc. (LGFI) and Ang Misyon Inc (AMI) in partnership with the Global Peace Foundation (GPF), the University of Asia and Pacific (UAP) and the Philippine Educational Theater Association  (PETA) held a two-day training for forty-five (45) young scholars of the Orchestra of the Filipino Youth selected from various AMI satellites including Metro Manila, Cebu, Batangas, Talim Island in Laguna and Rizal. The training was  aimed at developing young leaders with exemplary values that will propel the work of AMI in the future and expand its reach to other satellites nationwide. The children, ages ranging from 24 years old to as young as 11 years of age, sat through a few lectures, did exercises, played  games, did physical activities and reflection sessions that are aimed at developing their leadership skills and imbue values essential to their functions as upright young musicians. The activities included a short theatre workshop facilitated by PETA which saw them producing their own 3-5 minute short value-laden skits. At the end of the two-day workshop, the children said they learned among other things the value of teamwork, perseverance and how to be “walang hiya” (not to be ashamed).