WeatherPhilippines Wins Second International Award

WeatherPhilippines Foundation General Manager Celso Caballero III receives the award from CMO Council

WeatherPhilippines Foundation bagged the Accounting for Climate Change award during the 4th Asia Best CSR Practices Awards held last August 1, 2014, in the Pan-Pacific Hotel, Singapore.

WeatherPhilippines was the only organization that received the recognition in the Accounting for Climate Change category because of its uniqueness and success as a CSR initiative. Countries that submitted projects to the award-giving body come not only from the Philippines, but the whole of Asia.

This was the second award received by WeatherPhilippines from a prestigious international award-giving body. The first award was given by the ASEAN Corporate Sustainability Summit Awards 2014 where WeatherPhilippines took the 1st Runner-Up position.

About Asia Best CSR Practices Awards

The 4th Asia Best CSR Practices Awards is an awarding ceremony hosted by the Chief Marketing Officers (CMO) Council Asia, which recognizes corporate organizations that have a significant and positive impact on the lives of people around them.  It has several organizational and individual categories that focus on the company’s respect and commitment towards the environment, its communities, and the people.

About WeatherPhilippines Foundation

WeatherPhilippines Foundation is a corporate social responsibility initiative of the Aboitiz Group, in partnership with Union Bank and MeteoGroup- a leading global weather services organization. It is the trusted and reliable private weather information organization that aims to reduce disaster risks in the country by providing free, critical weather forecasts to the Filipino public.

PAGASA reports remain as the official data; WeatherPhilippines only seeks to compliment government’s efforts in enhancing the country’s disaster resilience.

This CSR initiative of WeatherPhilippines is made possible through the financial resources of the following platinum donors:  SM Supermalls, ICTSI, Vista Land, NickelAsia, and LBC.

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