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Corporate Social Responsibility Programs

 


DBP has strengthened its corporate social responsibility efforts, enabling it to share the benefits of its continued financial success with disadvantaged sectors of the society. 


The Bank’s CSR initiatives are grouped into three major areas: education, environment, and OFW advocacy. 


 
Education

Through the DBP Endowment for Education Program (DEEP), the Bank sends poor but deserving high school students to college. Scholarship assistance covers the whole range of the students’ requirements, including books, cost of living, and allowances. 

 

Environment

The DBP Forest Program is a non-credit program that aims to stop denudation and restore the country’s forest cover through organized collaboration with government and non-government organizations, state universities and colleges, people’s organizations and other qualified forest partners.


OFW Advocacy

DBP promotes the welfare of overseas Filipino workers and their families through an integrated and focused approach in uplifting the sector.

 

 



CSR Statement

As a catalyst for a progressive and poverty-free Philippines, the Development Bank of the Philippines is committed to upholding its corporate citizenship program through initiatives that promote the welfare of the Filipino people particularly the underprivileged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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