Maxwealth Infinity Holdings chief executive Alfonso Huang is proactive about uplifting the lives of marginalized Filipinos.
Under his leadership, the company has been working with local government units to ensure that families in underprivileged communities have access to basic necessities, through donations of food packs and school supplies.
Huang recently worked with the government to bring much-needed aid to families affected or displaced by Typhoon Paeng (international name: Nalgae), which brought flash floods and landslides as it swept through the Philippines in October.
Maxwealth Infinity donated 7,000 sacks of rice to the Department of Social Welfare and Development as relief aid for the families affected by the typhoon. Simple turnover rites were held on Nov. 11 at the DWSD National Resource Operations Center for the 350,000 kilograms of rice that will be distributed by the Department to typhoon victims in hard- hit localities.
“Through our corporate social responsibility efforts, we are committed to doing our part in nation-building. We want to help Filipinos enjoy a better quality of life by supporting efforts towards food security and education. These, we believe, are two of the basic building blocks of a progressive and inclusive society,” said Huang.