SM Supermalls recently bagged the Hall of Fame Award and 10 other recognitions during the 2015 Apolinario Mabini Awards for its unwavering support for the Persons with Disabilities (PWD) community.
SM Supermalls made September special for lolo and lola by celebrating Grandparents day.
Last September 12, employee volunteers from SM Supermalls, SM Lifestyle Entertainment, Inc., SM Family Entertainment, Inc. and SM Engineering Design Development Corp. visited various senior citizen centers around their local communities. Dubbed “Show More Care for the Elderly”, the seniors were treated to a day of fun activities such as games, exercises and dancing as well as informative healthcare sessions for common health concerns.
Manila Bulletin recently joined hands with SM Cares to support its ongoing housing project for Yolanda (international name: Haiyan)-devastated areas by donating Php 400,000.
Keeping with its commitments to sustainability and environmental development, retail giant SM Supermalls is taking part in the re-greening efforts of the Province of Rizal by donating P1 million to Ynares Eco System (YES) program of the provincial government.
SM Investments Corporation (SM), the country’s largest conglomerate, has reported significant progress in its sustainability practices which involves its operations, social development programs and environmental conservation efforts. These efforts are disclosed in SM’s 2015 Environmental, Social and Governance Report released on April 27 during the company’s Annual Stockholders’ Meeting.
For 64-year old pedicab driver Rogelio Palma Consalida, November 8, 2013 is one date he will never forget for the rest of his life. It was when super typhoon Yolanda made land fall in his hometown of Tacloban City in Leyte, and in just an hour he had lost all his possessions which took him several decades to build.
On March 19, 63 SM malls, including 7 in China, became the venue for communities to show their support for Earth Hour. With this year’s theme of ‘Shine a Light on Climate Action’, SM malls turned off its excess lights from 8:30 to 9:30 for the event and also encouraged people to learn more about climate change through various in-mall activities. This is the 8th year that SM has supported the world’s largest public campaign for the environment.