Bee a Hero
In the photo (from R-L) is Nangka High School principal Albert Mutia receiving brand-new computers from Jollibee president Ernesto Tanmationg, Vice President for HR Tet Jotie, Vice President for Information Management Paul Zaldarriaga and Jollibee.
Jollibee gives back to typhoon victims. Employees of the country’s number one fast food chain contributed their time and resources last December to reach out to their fellowmen most affected by the typhoon. In lieu of the company’s annual Christmas party, Jollibee instead launched the Bee a Hero Campaign that called on its employees to do their share and make Christmas special for the less fortunate. Close to 500 Jollibee employees volunteered a total of 1,922 work hours in selected schools and communities and Jollibee MaAga Pasko beneficiaries in Cainta, Pasig, Marikina and San Mateo where they distributed school kits, repainted classrooms and turned over new computers. Kiddie parties in selected affected communities were likewise held. This is on top of the P300,000 cash donation extended by Jollibee to the MaAga ang Pasko campaign’s classroom donation component, as well as the total P584,000 pledged from the salaries of about 1,200 Jollibee employees.