Employees of Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), marketer of Caltex fuels and lubricants, has successfully conducted the Week of Caring 2017 program through livelihood workshops in Pasig and road safety awareness in Batangas.
CPI employees volunteered to teach the housewives in Pasig on how to run a home-based soap-making business. Together with its employee cooperative, they provided starter kits and guided the moms in making dishwashing soaps and fabric conditioners. In order to sustain the said business, Chevron also conducted a training on marketing, sales, and bookkeeping.
“The goal is to provide the mothers with profitable knowledge that they can then use to earn and supply their families’ daily needs. We hope to impart long-term solutions for them and their families.”
On the other hand, volunteers discussed the importance of road safety to the grade school students of San Pascual Central School (SPCS) in Batangas.
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