Other than registering positive sales performance, Ford intends to give back to the community by holding the ‘Global Caring Month.’ The goal of the said activity is to let Ford employees around the world to “venture into their communities to make people’s lives better."
Ford Global Caring Month is an annual event of the Ford Volunteer Corps. Members of the said organization have contributed more than 1 million hours of community service in 50 countries for 12 years now. This September, the Ford Volunteer Corps will have more than 600 projects with thousands of volunteers in 6 continents.
As such, volunteer employees of Ford Philippines and its dealerships will be taking part in community service in partnership with Gawad Kalinga. The said volunteer work will benefit over 1,400 individuals.
“We’re proud to again participate in the Ford Global Caring Month with projects in various communities that will provide tangible benefits. Our Ford and dealer employee volunteers are excited to again lend a helping hand.”
The program includes house painting in Cavite, building communal water facilities in Nueva Ecija and Batangas, and delivery of medical and dental services in Muntinlupa.
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Ford Philippines capped off November with high sales performance, further strengthening its foothold in automotive industry.