Camella’s outreach project benefits Brgy. Leon Garcia
February 18, 2012 § Leave a comment
MONDAY, 06 JUNE 2011 08:00
Camella undertook another outreach project as part of their corporate social responsibility, this time sponsoring Operation Tuli at Barangay Leon Garcia in Agdao last May 28.
Some 50 young boys aged six to 12 years received free circumcision services after being given a briefing and counseling before undergoing the procedure, along with free medicines to take home.
Fourteen volunteer doctors and medical students, headed by Dr. Delfin Valdez Jr. of Brokenshire Hospital and Vanessa Joy Velasco, president of Criados, an organization of medical students of the Davao Medical School Foundation were involved in the activity. The medical team was assisted by barangay health workers and members of the barangay police of Leon Garcia.
Camella’s free circumcision services were made possible with the assistance of the Villar Foundation, Davao Medical Society, Criados Organization, and Barangay Leon Garcia through Kagawad Lita Empis.
A leading masterplan developer in the city, Camella Davao has been undertaking a series of outreach activities as part of their corporate social responsibility. Apart from their company’s commitment to excellence in their business goals, Camella is also committed to give back to society through their CSR programs.
Last May 18, some 50 kids and adults of Barangay Leon Garcia were beneficiaries of a feeding activity sponsored by Camella in coordination with City Councilor Al Ryan Alejandre. The company also participated in the launch of “GreenViron: Vista Land Campaign for Sustainability”, the simultaneous nationwide tree-planting activity of Vista Land & Lifescapes, the largest homebuilder in the country.
Camella planted tree saplings in two of their masterplan communities in Davao, Toscana and Camella Northpoint, joining the rest of their Vista Land sister companies as they also conducted tree-planting in their various developments all over the country. This was Vista Land’s effort to further green their communities as a tribute to Earth Day that was commemorated last April.