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Manila Standard fuels ‘IntegriTree’ Adopt-A-Tree Program with 11th sowing

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A small amount of charity and compassion will go a long way in protecting Mother Nature as climate change worsens.

For the past 14 years, Manila Standard has heeded the call of Mother Earth and been a strong advocate of environmental preservation and conservation toward building a brighter future for everyone.

After a long hiatus due to the pandemic, Manila Standard, through its corporate social responsibility, held its 11th sowing of the MS “IntegriTree” Adopt-A-Tree Program in Tanay Rizal last September 2022, as it continues to give back to the environment and set a positive example to the community.

In partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office in Rizal, together with the Tingog Partylist and United Riders Charity Philippines, the tree-planting program was a success as more than 400 bamboo seedlings have been planted along the bank of Lamitan River, within the Kaliwa Watershed Forest Reserve as recommended and advised by DENR.

A symbol of strength, flexibility, and growth, the bamboo has been the ideal image for Manila Standard’s CSR, as the company resumed adapting, growing, and fortifying its own roots to survive during these trying times.

This 2023, expect a bigger, better Adopt-A-Tree program as Manila Standard vows to expand its ongoing CSR projects to uphold its fight against climate change and light up hope for everyone toward a sustainable and greener future.


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