24 November 2017, Siniloan, Laguna Quezon Land Grant.
FEED acknowledges that R.G. Manabat & Co. (KPMG in the Philippines) has helped keep our planet and people healthy by:
“Taking Climate Change Action through FEED’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Patrons Program – as part of the “Living Legacy: Plant a Tree, FEED our Future” initiative – in Partnership with R.G. Manabat & Co. (KPMG in the Philippines) and in collaboration with the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB), planting indigenous Philippine tree species, including three years maintenance, targeting carbon capture at the UPLB Laguna-Quezon Land Grant site, in Siniloan, Laguna, on November 24th, 2017.”
As part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, a total of 87 KPMG professionals and latest eco-warriors donated to plant 200 indigenous Philippine trees to restore parts of the Laguna Quezon Land Grant site managed by FEED’s “Living Legacy: Plant a Tree, FEED Our Future” partner the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB), with whom FEED has been working for 12 years to date.
|Contributors & Tree Planters, 24 Nov 2017|
|1||Daniel Beu||21||Shaira Vega|
|2||Shane Herana||22||Ann Corine Punzalan|
|3||Jolene Castaneda||23||Nina Clemente|
|4||Mary Aileen Miranda||24||Jhim Abel|
|5||Charmaine Flores||25||Kevin Dialino|
|6||Rhea Jane Espliguez||26||Adrienne Jean Corral|
|7||Rafael Formento||27||Ednessa Jacobe|
|8||Laarni Generales||28||Cianne Cruz|
|9||Kristel Tambaoan||29||Mark Christian Tanguilan|
|10||Jendie Francisco||30||MJ Fernando|
|11||Edralyn Paguia||31||Gonzaga, Chrysler D|
|12||Oreza, Acosta||32||Marcelino, Reymarc V|
|13||Hazel Yalung||33||Del Rosario, Jessie S|
|14||Valentino Valdez||34||Bajar, Ma Immilene P|
|15||Maria Teresa Allapitan||35||Balo, Maricar D|
|16||Eldrian Sevilla||36||John Dominee A. Reyes|
|17||Mark Bryan Vieja||37||Lawrence Ian L. Benico|
|18||Kevin Dialino||38||Randolf Joseph A. Acda|
|19||Dyesebel Carato||39||Jestoni Panilag|
|20||Hazel Gebilaguin||40||Tin Loquinario|
Though only 20 of the initially 40 tree planters were able to make it (majority of staff were engaged in client-facing meetings or internal work seminars), all 87 KPMG RGM&Co. contributors received Certificates of Appreciation for taking Climate Change Action.
|Other Contributors||61||Carlos Santiago B. Tabora||82||Anova J. Marmita|
|41||Emmanuel P. Bonoan||62||Joseph S. Buenconsejo||83||Jerwin N. Marqueses|
|42||Jerome Andrew H. Garcia||63||Ellen Rose R. Hernandez||84||Glenn D. Delos Santos|
|43||Imelda H. Corros||64||John Dominee A. Reyes||85||Sharmaine F. Sy|
|44||Ryan E. Cabello||65||Peter John A. Siapno||86||Donna Kay M. Salao|
|45||Wilfredo Z. Palad||66||Kristine Claire G. Domingo||87||Keir P. Turla|
|46||Ador C. Mejia||67||Myraflor B. Odiver|
|47||John Molina||68||Katrina Rae G. Catapang|
|48||Noel Baladiang||69||Arianne D. Ricafort|
|49||Darwin P. Virocel||70||Carmela C. Vergino|
|50||Maria Arleene C. Yu||71||Toni Venette R. Picar|
|51||Maria Georgina J. Soberano||72||John Kayvin T. Hapa|
|52||Kathleen L. Saga||73||Jan Kenneth P. Ebora|
|53||Andrew James Gerard D. Ruiz||74||Carl Francis M. Dizon|
|54||Rohanie C. Galicia||75||Kristine G. Enriquez|
|55||Myra Liza S. Sto. Tomas||76||Katrina M. del Rosario|
|56||Diana Rose A. De Mesa||77||Eduardo Jr. U. Batongbakal|
|57||Allan Q. Uy||78||Bon Cedrick D. Doroja|
|58||Kenneth B. Faria||79||Dave S. Sagandoy|
|59||Shiela Marie I. De Guzman||80||Jose Christopher E. Velasco|
|60||Karlo Eleazar V. Baral||81||Baby Lyn N. Morota|
Thank you all for your environmental leadership and action!
Photo Journal, 24 Nov 2017 CSR Tree Planting for KPMG RGM&Co.
About KPMG R.G. Manabat & Co. (KPMG RGM&Co.)
KPMG International is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. KPMG has more than 174,000 outstanding professionals working together to deliver value in 155 countries worldwide.
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KPMG professionals understand what clients need to navigate through today’s business, regulatory, social and economic complexity. That is because – every day – people from KPMG focus on the needs of member firm clients. KPMG carefully assesses exactly what clients require to achieve their objectives and then work across the globe to deploy the right skills and the right experience to help meet their unique requirements.
KPMG recognizes that clients are looking for the best solutions and advice, locally implemented with a global mindset. KPMG helps client-facing teams coalesce around the issues that matter most with support from KPMG Centers of Excellence and our global methodologies and approaches. KPMG Centers of Excellence are small groups of mobile, global specialists who support our member firms in bringing high quality industry and technical expertise to our clients.
KPMG in the Philippines
KPMG R.G. Manabat & Co. (KPMG RGM&Co.) is the Philippine member firm of KPMG International. It is one of the fastest-growing practices in the Philippines and among the KPMG practices in the Asia Pacific region. It has significantly increased its market share for the past year in auditing the top 1,000 corporations according to Business World*. It has been recognized by the International Tax Review as a Tier 1 tax practice**, Tier 1 transfer pricing practice***, Tier 1 leading tax transactional firm**** and the National Transfer Pricing Firm in the Philippines in 2016. It was also recognized as the Best Consultancy and Advisory Firm in the Philippines by the International Alternative Investment Review in 2012.
KPMG RGM&Co. adopts a global approach spanning professional disciplines, industry sectors and national borders. It takes pride in imparting knowledge that adds value to its clients’ businesses. The diverse public and private sector backgrounds of the partners and principals, coupled with their extensive training, and backed up by the wide knowledge resources and network of KPMG professionals, allows the firm to give real-world solutions to its clients’ increasingly complex business and regulatory issues.
*Business World Top 1,000 Corporations 2015
** International Tax Review’s World Tax 2016 Guide
*** International Tax Review’s World Tax 2017 guide
**** International Tax Review’s World Transfer Pricing 2017 Guide
FEED conducts science and practical based studies with its academic and other implementation LIVING LEGACY partners to determine optimal planting interventions in critical areas, whether it’s mangrove walls in Bulacan, Pampanga and La Union for flood and fluvial protection; nutrition based gardens in Public Elementary Schools tackling nutrition; agro-forestry interventions in upland ridges – all with a central element of community-based livelihood. We are also exploring partnerships in coral REEForestation, the ocean being a high carbon sequestration solution.
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