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Grand slam for Caltex

For the third time in a row, Caltex Fuel Your School,  the fuel-to-donate program of Caltex brand marketer Chevron Philippines, Inc.,is honored as among the country’s best corporate responsibility programs. 

The members of the prestigious International Association of Business Communications Philippine chapter bestowed the trophy to representatives of Caltex FYS project partners CPI and the American Chamber Foundation at the Philippine Quill Awards formal ceremony held recently at the Grand Marriott Hotel in Pasay City.

Receiving the Philippine Quill merit award trophy are from left:  Joel Gaviola assistant manager  for Policy, Government and Public Affairs of Chevron Philippines; Cherry Ramos, coordinator PGPA CPI, and Jun Salipsip, executive director of the American Chamber Foundation, Inc. 
Caltex FYS received the Merit award in the communication management division of the prestigious Philippine Quill, which comes right on the heels of winning the grand prize in education category at the 5th Amcham CSR Excellence Award, and the Silver Award in Anvil for 2015.

Caltex Fuel Your School aims to promote learning  Science, Technology, Engineering and Math subjects in public schools. Its pioneering efforts last year helped 103,000 students and fulfilled the wish for STEM learning materials and equipment of at least  600 educators from the most disadvantaged senior-ready public high schools in Metro Manila. Caltex FYS also exceeded expectations, generating during its one month campaign 6.1 million digital impressions, with Caltex Facebook page raking in an additional 18,198 page likes, while Caltex FYS project reaped an impressive 36,149 likes.

Topics: Caltex , Caltex Fuel Your School , International Association of Business Communications Philippine chapter
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