Globe Business donates to the Hapag Movement via food rescue NGO SOS PH

Globe Business donates to the Hapag Movement via food rescue NGO SOS PH

With the problem of involuntary hunger plaguing many Filipinos, leading digital solutions platform Globe and international food rescue organization Scholars of Sustenance Philippines Food Rescue (SOS PH) took up the challenge of addressing this issue in a recent partnership under the former’s Hapag Movement banner program.

In collaboration with Filipino-Chinese restaurant community group Fil-Chi Ho Tsia Ho Dim, Globe Business was able to donate food that supplemented the evening feeding program of the Most Holy Trinity Parish for 100 beneficiaries within the community in Sampaloc, Manila.

Fil-Chi Ho Tsia Ho Dim members shared a variety of food items from their menus.   Papel na Liempo – Aurora Cubao contributed Salo packs of their pork chips.  Muyoo Philippines, Inc. shared their white bread loaves.  Tasty Snacks gave tubs of their pork siomai.

SOS PH, through its food rescue operations, utilizes safe surplus food by redistributing them to vulnerable communities in need. Recently launched in the Philippines, they aim to bring to the country its goal of reducing hunger and food waste.

“In starting our operations in the Philippines, we are sincerely grateful for the assistance we are receiving from various sectors. We are one with Globe in their vision for the Hapag Movement. Through our combined efforts in fundraising through digital channels and supporting communities through food rescue programs, we hope to truly make a difference and alleviate the hunger situation in the country,” said James Leyson, Managing Director of SOS PH.

The Hapag Movement is Globe’s platform that connects multi-sectoral partners who can contribute in addressing hunger and joblessness to achieve social impact at scale. It provides supplemental feeding while building the capacity of beneficiary families through livelihood training. 

“At Globe, we believe that through collective action and the use of technology, we can bridge the gap towards a world free from hunger. We are thankful to SOS PH for this initiative and we are looking forward to shaping a #GlobeOfGood with them,” said Apple Evangelista, Head of Sustainability & Social Responsibility at the Globe Group.

The food rescue program is a symbolic start to a meaningful partnership between Globe and SOS PH.  It is one of the major projects the two are working on under the Hapag Movement.

Since their launch in October 2022, SOS PH has rescued and distributed a total of 10,000 kilograms of food, equating to more than 42,000 meals served, and 13,000 kilograms of equivalent CO2 emissions reduction.  These efforts are all in alignment with their mission of serving the people, saving the land, and feeding the mind.

Those who would like to send support to the Hapag Movement may donate via the GlobeOne app using Globe Rewards points. Just follow these steps: 

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Donations may also be made using GCash.

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Donations may also be sent via credit card on the Globe of Good website.

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