SM Foundation received a Silver Anvil Award for its public relations (PR) programs Medical Mission and Felicidad T. Sy Wellness Program under the sustained basis for health and wellness category during the 50th Anvil Awards Gold Gabi ng Parangal of the Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP).
SM Foundation was one of the first organizations to conduct relief and medical operations for Super Typhoon Yolanda survivors who were flown to Villamor Air Base in November 2013.
At the 50th Anvil Awards Gold Gabi ng Parangal of the Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP) recently, SM Foundation received two Silver Anvil Awards for its public relations (PR) programs in a sustained basis in literacy (SM Foundation College Scholarship Program) as well as in health and wellness (SM Foundation’s Medical Mission and Felicidad T. Sy Wellness Program).
Felicidad Tan Sy or more known as ‘Nanang’, was recently awarded during the 82nd Founding anniversary and the 123rd founder’s birth anniversary of the Holy Angel University (HAU) for her work in community service and development under the initiatives of SM Foundation. Imelda I. Elido, head of SM Foundation’s religious affairs division, the Felicidad T. Sy Foundation, Inc. (FTSyFI), received the Laus Deo Semper award on the behalf of the SM matriarch.
President Benigno Aquino presented the ‘Outstanding Exemplar in the Private Sector’ award to Tessie Sy-Coson for SM Foundation’s programs in education, health and wellness, and livelihood during the annual media Bulong-Pulungan Christmas party event at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila last December 11. The ‘Outstanding Exemplar’ award is given yearly to people from both the government and private sector who have made great contributions in nation-building.