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2021

  • April 6 & 8, 2021


  • Bloodletting 2021

    March 23 & 30, 2021

  • Forest Clean Up

    March 19, 2021

  • Creek Clean Up

    February 27, 2021

            CBMP extended it’s greatest support to Sr. Maria Bertilla Vangelista Home for Children and St. Martin de Porres Street Children’s Home Inc. in promoting awareness on proper hygiene in line with our current situation that the country is facing due to COVID-19 Pandemic by donating 2 Hygiene Boxes each beneficiary last April 6 & 8,2021.
            The kind donation consists of Towels, Alcohols, Sanitizer, Hand soaps, Liquid Hand Wash, Disposable Facemask, Dishwashing Liquid and Detergent powder.
            This activity aims to prepare and guide children to protect themselves by doing hygiene practices as basic and first step to fight spread of COVID-19.


            As number of COVID-19 cases increase and due to New Strain of the said disease, pilot run for Face-to-Face classes in 2021 was cancelled.
            Thus, printed modular distance learning will still be applied. To help schools cope with New Normal Education System, CBMP donated Canon Colored printer and 14 Cartridges to Maria Paz Elementary School last March 26, 2021.
            CBMP will continuously help the community because we can overcome any challenge through unity and working together.


            CBMP held it’s 2021 1st Bloodletting activity where employees unselfishly take part resulting to 70 bags of donated blood.
            The activity was conducted successfully in partnership with CMC. Willingness of employees are showed by participating on this year bloodletting activity amid of this pandemic. The success of the Bloodletting Activity is a reflection of everyone's participation, commitment and willingness to volunteer.

            (Guidelines on ensuring Blood Safety and Adequacy for Covid-19 Response for Blood Service Facility are followed.)


            One of the environmental issues the world facing today is Wildfire. Due to global warming, warmer temperatures increase the likelihood that fires will burn more intensely. Parched grass or fallen leaves often fuel surface fires. Aside from the damage of our landforms, it has great effect on the Earth’s atmosphere and climate change.
            To prevent this to happen, and as part of Fire Prevention Month Celebration, CBMP extends its helping hand to Makiling Botanic Gardens to facilitate a Forest Clean Up Drive. This aims to preserve and maintain the good condition of the forest by sweeping off the fallen leaves. The activity was held last March 19, 2021 by 12 CBMP Volunteers and able to sweep leaves approximately 20 kgs.

            Note: During the conduct of the activity volunteers observe government and company health protocols against COVID 19.


            Molawin River or also known as Molawin Creek, is a minor tributary of Laguna Lake that can be found at the town of Los Baños in Laguna Province. The lake is the largest lake in the Philippines and one of the primary sources of freshwater fish in the country. Its water drains to Manila Bay via the Pasig River. At least 18 fish species are known from Laguna de Bay; none are strictly endemic to the lake, but 3 are endemic to the Philippines: Gobiopterus lacustris, Leiopotherapon plumbeus and Zenarchopterus philippinus. Aquaculture is widespread in Laguna de Bay, but often involves non-native species. Some of these have escaped and have become invasive species, representing a threat to the native fish.
            Canon Business Machines (Philippines), Inc. initiated to clean the Molawin Creek to maintain and preserve the aquaculture in Laguna de Bay last February 27, 2021 at Makiling Botanic Gardens. 10 Selected CBMP Volunteers from different departments in partnership with Makiling Center for Mountain Ecosystems, they were able to collect approximately 10 kgs of plastic waste found around the Molawin Creek.

            Note: During the conduct of the activity volunteers observe government and company health protocols against COVID 19.


2020

  • B.I.G.A.S

    December 18, 2020

  • December 4, 2020

  • External Enlightenment: Kapa-Kapa

    November 7, 2020

  • Flower Planting

    November 5, 2020

  • Release of
    Butterflies

    November 3, 2020

  • Forest Clean Up (Trail Cleaning)

    November 3, 2020

  • Creek Clean Up

    November 3, 2020

  • Vegetables Planting

    October 29, 2020

  • Fruit bearing Trees Planting

    October 29, 2020

  • Perimeter Greening

    October 23, 2020

  • October 23, 2020

  • Junior Rescuer
    Program '20

    October 23, 2020

  • October 8, 2020

  • Online Environment Education @ CJFI Orphanage

    September 18, 2020

  • Release of Birds

    August 13, 2020

  • July 30, 2020

  • Homebased Environment Education

    June 27, 2020

  • Online Suppliers
    EMS Orientation

    June 24, 2020

  • Perimeter Clean Up

    June 13, 2020

  • Canon donated N95 Masks to Medical Front Liners amid COVID-19 pandemic

    April 27, 2020

  • Earth Hour 2020

    March 28, 2020

  • Bloodletting 2020

    February 19, 26 & March 4, 2020

  • A Tree for Every Newborn Baby

    February 27, 2020

  • Installation
    of house for the birds at De La Salle University - Laguna Campus

    February 13, 2020

  • Canon Philippines and Philippine Red Cross send aid to help Taal volcanic eruption evacuees

    February 2020

            2020 has been a challenging year for everyone but CBMP’s willingness to help the community truly went a long way.
            As it believes that Children are all our future, helping them is one of it’s priority and last December 18, 2020, CBMP turned over 16 sacks of rice and donations from employees consisting of Pre-loved items like clothes, shoes, accessories, toys, etc. and Cash amount of Php 7, 638.35 to SOS Children’s Villages Lipa.
            The said donations can foster family houses and youth dormitories inside the village and for them to cope up in this time of crisis.


            To support the needs of students for them to achieve greater academic success CBMP provided essential school supplies to the less fortunate learners.
            On December 4,2020, CBMP donated 135 set of School Supplies on Grade 6 students of Ambulong Elementary School.
            It also creates a positive influence to children’s self-esteem to learn and a good public relations of CBMP’s contribution to society.


            Kapa-Kapa, or also known as Medinilla Magnifica, is a native plant that can be only found in the Philippines. It is commonly known as the Philippine Orchid, an epiphyte which means it grows on another plant but not parasitic and will not harm the trees they are on.
            Kapa-Kapa is a pride of the Philippines, it is even featured in 10-Philippine Pesos Coin. It is being cultivated in Makiling Botanic Garden, one of the partners of Canon Business Machines (Philippines), Inc. where several environmental activites are held, at Los Banos, Laguna. The featured Kapa-Kapa photo was captured by Canon EOS 7000.


            The objective of our activity, Flower Planting, is to restore the biodiversity in CBMP surroundings that will give our employees good working environment, refreshing scenery and clean air.
            With this we continue our improvement activity, we planted again “Yellow bell” for the second time in CBMP. Year 2018 Wave 1 (Phase 1: trail phase) of Flower planting in CBMP plant bed was successful.
            This is the second time of Flower Planting (Wave 2) in CBMP which was done last November 5, 2020 at CBMP Parking area. We have planted 20 yellow bells at CBMP Parking Area together with ISO 14001 Coordinators and representatives from other departments.

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering" and following proper Social distancing.


            Release of Butterflies, Reviving the Butterfly Sanctuary of the Botanical Garden, the objective of the activity is for biodiversity purposes. Butterflies, just like birds and bees are also important in plant reproduction through their services as pollinators or seed disperser.
            This activity was done on November 3, 2020 at Makiling Botanic Garden at UP Los Banos together with the selected ISO 14001 Coordinators. Total of 50 Idea Leuconoe (Rice Paper) butterflies were released to their natural environment inside the Makiling Botanic Garden.

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering".


            Beautiful surrounding of the Makiling Botanic Garden must be properly preserved and maintained. Most importantly the trail ways in which tourist/visitors pass thru. After series of typhoon that happen in Luzon that affects this forest, CBMP wants to give hand in cleaning the trail ways of the Forest.
            This activity was done on November 3, 2020 at Makiling Botanic Garden at UP Los Baños together with the selected ISO 14001 Coordinators. Sweeping of fallen leaves and twigs in the trail ways were the main activities in order to clean up the forest. Approximately 200kgs of leaves and twigs.

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering".


            Natural resources such as trees, river and creek must be properly preserved. Creek is one of the bodies of water found in the Botanical garden. It serves as natural stream of water to the plants and trees around the garden. Cleaning Up of creek is one of the help that CBMP may give to protect the natural resources. The objective of the activity is to avoid water contamination and improve quality of water.
            This activity was done on November 3, 2020 at Makiling Botanic Garden at UP Los Baños together with the selected ISO 14001 Coordinators. Cleaning alongside of the creek by sweeping of trash seen in the area was the main activity of CBMP members together with some staff members from the Makiling Botanic Garden. Approximately 50kgs of leaves and twigs. This Molawin creek is connected to Laguna de Bay.

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering".


            For the benefit of the children of Children's Joy Foundation Inc. (CJFI -Orphanage), CBMP would like to give them awareness and teach them how to improve their surrounding environment that would help them provide sources of food though planting of 39 vegetable seedlings of different kinds.
            Some of the benefits of Vegetation is improve health of the Orphan children. Consuming more vegetables is one of the most important thing they can do to stay healthy and prevent Covid-19 and other related sickness
            Enjoying garden vegetables may reduced monthly food bill and save money, it may also be their sources of living and/or sources of green jobs for the staff and children of CJFI Orphanage.
            Vegetables were planted by children ages 5-10 years old and will be assist by CBMP selected members, on specific given time.

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering".


            For the benefit of the children of Children's Joy Foundation Inc. (CJFI -Orphanage), CBMP would like to give them awareness and teach them how to improve their surrounding environment that would help them provide sources of food though planting of 15 Fruit bearing seedlings of different kinds.
            There are many benefits of growing fruit trees include their yield of fresh, locally grown food. Planting fruit bearing trees also has many helpful environmental benefits, from cleaner air to reduced CO2 emissions and may contribute to sources of green jobs for the staff and children of CJFI Orphanage.
            Fruit bearing Trees were planted by children ages 11-16 years old and will be assist by CBMP selected members, on specific given time.

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering".


            As stewards of nature, together with our ISO 14001 coordinators, We planted “wedelia plants” around the slope of CBMP perimeter, outside the CBMP perimeter fence. The objective of the Perimeter Greening is to Protect the land from erosion and greening of the surrounding brown and dried environment outside CBMP but within First Philippine Industrial Park (FPIP).
            Selected CBMP members from different departments planted 100 seedlings of "wedelia plants".

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering".


            To help schools cope with New Normal Education System and to ensure that quality basic education will continue despite challenges posed by COVID-19, CBMP donated Canon Colored printer and Cartridges to Janopol Oriental National High School last October 23, 2020.
            This shows CBMP initiative to continuously help the community amidst current situation and hopeful that we can overcome this challenge through unity and working together.


            Unexpected situation like Taal Volcano Eruption and COVID-19 can’t stop CBMP in extending support to community that is why last October 23, 2020, 5 units of Fire Extinguishers were donated to Boot Elementary and National High School.
            This is to support them in protecting school properties through fire prevention and control.
            Schools nowadays are where parents pick-up modules so keeping it a safe place is still a priority. Also, time will come that the younger generation will be free again to visit and learn in their second home.


            To conduct the yearly Activity amid this Covid-19 pandemic, CBMP changed the traditional Brigada Eskwela from nationwide voluntary effort during summer school break by providing educational tools for the students to learn and have an access in Education even at home.
            CBMP provided Brand new Tablets, Hard Disc and Flash Drives.
            Hope this simple act of ours can help students to continue learn amid of this pandemic.


            In line with the new normal setup, an online environment education for children to establish their mindset about Environmental Protection and encourage them to save the environment through the 3R Principles.
            Participated by 27 children from Children’s Joy Foundation – Canlubang (Orphanage). Each received an Environment Education Kit, inclusions: Name Tag, Education Booklet, Coloring Pages, Coloring Materials and Token (Notebook).
            There was a video presentation that tackles about the Importance of Earth, Pollution and Ways how kids can help to save the Earth such as Proper Waste Segregation. Also, it taught how to identify biodegradable and non biodegradable wastes. After the video, there were games and art and crafts activity.

Note: Photos of CBMP members were observing "Social distancing" as part of Covid-19 Preventive Measures. However for CJFI children, since they were living in the same house all together, social distancing during the activity and photo op is not strict.


            A total of 4 birds were released to Industrial Park (FPIP Perimeter) with the help of EMS Coordinators and FAE volunteers last August 13, 2020
            Our objective is to create a balance on the ecosystem as with other native organisms, birds help maintain sustainable population levels of their prey and predator species. Many birds are important in plant reproduction through their services as pollinators or seed disperser. After death, their death provide food for scavengers and decomposers.

Note: Due to government restriction related to COVID 19 prevention, Only few selected members were allowed to join the activity following the rule of Community Quarantine such as "NO mass gathering".


            In line with current situation that the country is facing due to COVID-19 Pandemic, CBMP extended it’s greatest support to SOS Children’s Village Lipa in promoting awareness on proper hygiene by donating 16 Hygiene Boxes last July 30, 2020.
            The kind donation consists of Towels, Alcohols, Hand soaps, Liquid Hand Wash and Disposable Facemask.
            This activity aims to prepare and guide children to protect themselves by doing hygiene practices as basic and first step to fight spread of COVID-19.


            Despite of the pandemic situation in the Philippines, very huge difference from previous environment education conducted previous years. CBMP launched its first ever Online Environment Education via ZOOM app. Previous years, CBMP volunteers visit public school wherein teaches students on how to be a good environment steward. Since classes in the Philippines are not yet resumed, this year CBMP held Online Environment Education thru ZOOM App in each household to 32 children (participants). Each received an Environment Education Kit, inclusions: Name Tag, Education Booklet, Coloring Pages, Certificate and Token (Notebook). We conducted following activities:
            1) Video presentation that tackles about the Importance of Earth, Pollution and Ways how kids can help to save the Earth such as Proper Waste Segregation, where we thought on how to identify biodegradable and non biodegradable wastes
            2) Games about waste segregation and discussed during video presentation
            3) Art and crafts activity - coloring pages of images that promotes Environment Protection.
            As a reward in active participation of kids, certificate and token were distributed.


            As part of our continual implementation of our Environmental Management System(EMS) and our commitment to pursue our Environmental Policy in relation to environmental protection in the midst of pandemic in the Philippines, CBMP conducted Online Suppliers EMS Orientation thru Skype last June 24, 2020. It was attended by 72 attendees from different companies/suppliers. The following agenda were discussed:
             1) CBMP Environmental Policy Awareness
             2) Information of Environmental Aspects/Impacts (EMS Communication)
             3) Whistle Blower Policy
             4) Important Reminders in CBMP
             5) Safe Work Permit and Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
             6) COVID19 Contractor’s/ Supplier’s Awareness


            In celebration of Environment Month in CBMP, one of the activities conducted was the Annual Perimeter Clean Up. It was held last June 13, 2020 in the First Philippine Industrial Park (FPIP) perimeter - Outside CBMP perimeter Phase I & II. The activity was joined by 10 CBMP volunteers to pick up the single used plastics in order to contribute on cleaning the surrounding environment of industrial park (Limited number of volunteers as part of the company’s compliance to Section [4] Guidelines for Areas under General Community Quarantine to prevent the spreading of COVID 19). Collected a total of 25kgs of plastic wastes. Disinfection and sanitation was performed before and after activity.


            Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease, in which most people infected will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness. It spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it’s importantly to protect ourselves. The virus has infected millions of people world wide, including Philippines that has more than 10 thousand confirmed cases.
            In the amidst of the pandemic, Canon, Inc. in Japan through Canon Business Machines (Philippines), Inc. donated a total of 3,000 pcs of N95 masks to medical front liners on April 27, 2020 Monday, wherein 1,000 pcs of N95 masks were distributed to each medical centers.


St. Cabrini Medical Center
Santo Tomas City, Batangas

Calamba Medical Center
Calamba City, Laguna

Daniel O. Mercado Medical Center
Tanauan City, Batangas

            Coronavirus Pandemic cannot stop us, CBMP Employees, in celebrating Earth Hour last March 28, 2020. Even Manila, Philippines is under Enhance Community Quarantine, we encouraged employees through social media to participate the Earth Hour 2020 in every household. Surprisingly, even we have changed plans from company participation to household participation, we still engaged our members in New Normal Environment Activity. It was participated by 32 CBMP Employees and posted their photos in social media account with hashtag #CBMPEarthHour2020.


            CBMP held it’s 2020 1st Bloodletting activity where employees unselfishly take part resulting to 257 bags of donated blood.
            The activity was conducted successfully in partnership with CMC. The success of the Bloodletting Activity is a reflection of everyone's participation, commitment and willingness to volunteer. Because of your generosity, lives will be saved.


            CBMP in collaboration with City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) - Tanauan supported the Environmental Education Awareness regarding City Ordinance 2014-7 requiring all mothers or fathers of new born babies to plant a tree prior birth registration of the new born child on the municipality of Tanauan. CBMP planted 50 pieces of dwarf caballero seedlings while the parents of new born children had planted 7 seedlings. A total of 35 volunteers participated.


            CBMP, in partnership with De La Salle University, held its installation of house for the birds last February 13, 2020. With the help of CBMP (20) and DLSU (5) Volunteer, 10 units of birdhouse were assembled from recycled wooden pallets and installed in DLSU – Laguna Campus. This is to provide nesting boxes for safe place for birds to build their nests, protect them from the elements, and predators, warmth them from the cold air during rainy season.



            In line with its corporate philosophy of Kyosei, which enjoins all people to live and work together for the common good into the future, Canon’s four companies in the Philippines and their staff have pledged a total of PHP290,000 to the Philippine Red Cross. This donation is dedicated to Filipinos affected by the Taal volcanic eruption.
            Aside from the monetary donation by the companies, their employees also contributed to the cause. Canon Business Service Centre Philippines, Inc. staff sent relief goods, Canon Marketing (Philippines), Inc. staff shared preloved clothes, while staff of Canon Business Machines Philippines, Inc., located in Batangas, pooled money to help their neighboring communities.
            The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology reports ongoing quakes in the area and has not lowered the alert level below 2, indicating continuous albeit decreased, volcanic activity. A total of 16,000 homeless and unemployed families have been reported by the Philippine Red Cross. While tent cities have been built, offering evacuees some privacy and communal facilities like kitchens and toilets, the government and NGOs are still looking for more permanent options for the displaced people.


2019

  • Donate & Sell For A Cause

    Donate: Nov 4-29, 2019

    Sell: Dec 6-7, 2019

    For A Cause: Dec 18, 2019

  • AFLi Batang Henyo

    October 8, 2019

  • Bloodletting ‘19

    October 16 & 23, 2019

  • Junior Rescuer Program ‘19

    September 25, 2019

  • Forest for Life Movement

    September 28, 2019

  • Plant a Tree, Feed our Future

    September 21, 2019

  • Installation of house for the birds

    August 28, 2019

  • Tidying Taal ‘19

    August 22, 2019

  • Canon continues charitable cause with the Philippine Red Cross in aid of the victims of the Batanes Earthquake

    July 27, 2019

  • Bloodletting '19

    July 10 & 17, 2019

  • Pack-to School

    June 11 & 21, 2019

  • Project SAVE
    Scholastic Assistance via
    Volunteer
    Employees
    School Year
    2019-2020


  • School Greening '19

    May 18, 2019

  • Brigada Eskwela '19

    May 18, 2019

  • Seedling Nursery

    April 29, 2019

  • Earth Hour 2019

    March 30, 2019

  • Bloodletting '19

    March 20 & 27, 2019

            It has been 4 years since CBMP started this activity, and indeed, another success and happiness are brought to SOS Children's Village Lipa.
            This activity is a fundraising campaign to contribute to the society thru selling of employee donations of their 2nd items to other employees.
            The voluntary contributions of everyone raised a total proceeds amount of P12,757.85 including the coin bank donation.



            CBMP together with other FPIP locators jointly facilitated AFLI Batang Henyo. This activity is a SPELLING AND MATH CHALLENGE for Grade 3 & 4 students of 11 participating Elementary Schools in the cities of Sto. Tomas and Tanauan, Batangas.
            Main objective is to empower teachers to focus on students with grades below 80% in improving their English proficiency and Mathematical skills, at the same time, to instill good study habits and contribute in the development of quality education.


            CBMP conducted it’s 3rd Bloodletting together with Lipa Medix Medical Center wherein 190 bags of blood were donated.
            All in all, 537 bags of blood were donated in 2019. This has been the highest result since the CBMP started the activity showing that volunteerism is greatly valued.



            To arm younger generation with knowledge in responding to disaster like fire, CBMP together with BFP (Bureau of Fire Protection) Tanauan conducted its first Junior Rescuer Program at Wawa National High School attended by 22 High School Students.
            It is a 4-hour First Aid and Fire Safety Training which aims to train and educate students to protect their lives and school properties through fire prevention and control.



            As a year-round commitment in protecting the environment, CBMP supported and participated Haribon Inc. tree Planting activity by adopting seedlings of native trees, planted at Mts. Banahaw-San Cristobal Protected Landscape, Brgy. San Cristobal, San Pablo City, Laguna.
            1250 seedlings were planted by combined effort of CBMP team together with various group of companies such as Sanjin, Shimadzu, Students and individuals.



            To continuously create a healthy environment for a better community, CBMP held it’s 6th Annual Tree Planting Activity at Laguna-Quezon Land Grant, Siniloan, Laguna wherein hundred of CBMP employees and community members actively participated.
            As first time partnership with Fostering Education & Environment For Development, Incorporated (“FEED”), 1000 seedlings of Native Trees (Narra, Dao, Kamagong, Makaasim and Lauan) were planted.
            Thru CBMP Earth warriors effort, 7, 150 trees were planted since 2014 to help in saving Mother Earth.



            CBMP strengthens its environmental protection and built 15 houses for the birds. This is to provide shelter for the birds, protect them from the elements , and predators, warmth them form the cold air during rainy season. This activity was participated by 14 CBMP members from different divisions.




            The breathtaking scenery at Taal Lake makes it one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, but would it still be the same if it is surrounded by unwanted water hyacinths.
            Twenty Four (24) CBMP Volunteers helped in cleaning Taal Lake shoreline by picking up the water hyacinths that can be used for composting and soil erosion management. Approximately 2,970kgs (3 tons) of water hyacinths were collected.
            With this activity, we were able to contribute in the creation of a healthy environment for better community. Save and protect the fishes (Bombon or Tawilis) which is now recently endangered.





            The Canon group of companies in the Philippines — Canon Marketing Philippines, Inc. (CMPI), Canon Information Technologies Inc., Canon Business Machines Philippines, and Canon Business Service Centre Philippines (CBSCP) donated PHP 270,000 to Philippine Red Cross (PRC) to aid the victims of the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Batanes last 27 July 2019.
            Part of the total donation was covered by a nationwide fundraising initiative called Print for Itbayat, in whichCanon utilized the imagePROGRAF large format printers for three weeks among employees and customers to print their photos. The donation will be used to provide for the victims’ food, clothing, medicine, shelter, sanitation, and to train Ivatans how to build earthquake-resistant shelter.


            CBMP once again develop the sense of valuing and preserving one's life by conducting the 2nd Bloodletting Activity wherein 174 bags of blood were donated.
            The activity is in partnership with Calamba Medical Center. It was undeniably a great opportunity and a blissful deed that CBMP Heroes are willing to participate with.



            In CBMP's continuous effort to support the local community especially children's welfare for a better future, a new CSR activity, Pack-to School Program, was launched. This aims to help ease financial burden of unfortunate students and creates a positive influence to children's self-esteem to learn. Wherein, the company donated 70 sets of school supplies to:

45 Grade 6 students of Altura Elementary School, Tanauan City

25 Grade 6 students of Hidalgo Elementary School, Tanauan City

            CBMP is continuously reaching out to the community by adopting less-fortunate high school students (Grade 7 to 12) by providing financial support to legal fees & PTA projects.
            89 high school students from Tanauan Integrated High School, Pantay Integrated High School, and Tanauan School of Fisheries in Tanauan City, Batangas, are sponsored by 578 volunteer employees of CBMP.


            School Greening is CBMP's Initiative on top of the Brigada Eskwela being conducted annually on the chosen school. CBMP volunteers conducted soil cultivation and vegetable planting. About 640 seedlings of three species were planted and donated to school for the students.
            This activity helped the students to develop a habit of planting through maintaining the school garden.


            Ten (10) classrooms were painted and variety of vegetable seedlings were planted by total of 94 CBMP employees to support annual National Maintenance Week Program of Department of Education (Brigada Eskwela). The remaining materials were donated to the school.
            By this activity, CBMP was able to reach out to the society through employee's volunteerism and their unity to be able sustain the preparedness of school for the students.


            CBMP strengthen is advocacy in Global Greening through Seedling Nursery. 500 Narra seedlings were adopted and donated through the partnership of De La Salle University - Laguna Campus.
            CBMP was geared towards Global Greening!


            CBMP participated the Earth Hour 2019 thru turning off of lights in Building A & Perimeter Area.
            For this one-hour activity, we are able to save 25.91Kwh (Perimeter HPS & LED and Fluorescent Light & LED).


            CBMP held it's 2019 1st Bloodletting activity where employees continuously and unselfishly take part resulting to 173 bags of donated blood.
            The activity was conducted successfully in partnership with CMC. With this simple gesture of CBMP members many lives will be save.


2018

  • Project SAVE

    Scholastic Assistance via Volunteer Employees

    School Year 2018-19

  • Donate & Sell For A Cause

    Donate:Oct.22-Nov.23,2018
    Sell: Nov. 27-28, 2018
    For A Cause: Dec. 18, 2018

  • Bloodletting '18

    October 17 & 24, 2018

  • Tree Planting '18

    September 22, 2018

  • Bloodletting '18

    July 11 & 18, 2018

  • Brigada Eskwela

    May 19, 2018

    Ambulong Elementary
    School, Tanauan City

  • Bloodletting '18

    March 7 & 14, 2018


            CBMP took another step to reach out to the community by adopting less-fortunate high school students (Grade 7 to 12) by providing financial support to legal fees & PTA projects.
            49 volunteer employees of CBMP pledged and contributed to sponsor 46 high school students from Luyos National High School, TanaUan City and Tanauan School of Fisheries, Ambulong, Tanauan City.
            The screening was conducted by AFLI (Association of FPIP Locators, Inc.) together with the Teacher-Coordinators of the each respective school, who will monitor and report the scholastic performance of the sponsored students, who are qualified to be indigent and with good moral values.


            This activity has been a yearly fundraising campaign to contribute to the society thru selling of employee donations of their 2nd hand or unwanted items to other employees.
            The voluntary contributions of everyone raised a total proceeds amount of P12,757.85 including the coin bank donation, which was turned over to SOS Children's Village Lipa as the beneficiary.

            CBMP, in partnership with Calamba Medical Center, held the 3rd Bloodletting Activity. There were 184 bags of blood donated.
            Thru this life saving activity, the volunteers were able to show the true spirit of giving this Holiday Season. All in all, a total of 493 bags of blood were donated in 2018.


            Hundred of CBMP volunteers, partner organizations and community members participated in CBMP's 5th annual tree planting activity.
            Another 1, 250 seedlings of Sugar Palm Trees (Kaong) were planted which will support in the livelihood of people in Mataas na Lupa, Indang, Cavite.
            Since the start of CBMP Tree Planting in 2014, employees have planted a total of 5, 900 variety of native trees around Calabarzon.


            149 bags of blood donated! Once again, CBMP together with Calamba Medical Center (CMC) successfully conducted the 2nd Bloodletting Activity this year.
            This activity is one of the significant contribution of the company to the society by providing safe blood for those in need.


            To support School Maintenance Week program of Department of Education, 98 CBMP volunteers actively participated in this year's Brigada Eskwela. Volunteers have successfully accomplished the following:
            ✓ Painted 535 arms chairs
            ✓ Planted different vegetable crops to improve the school's
                garden
            ✓ Donated remaining materials to the school
            Through this activity, employees were able to show their unity and compassion towards the society. The simple gestures of CBMP volunteers were really appreciated by the chosen school.


            Another year has begun and it's another opportunity to help save countless lives. With this, CBMP has successfully conducted its first Bloodletting activity for 2018 resulting to 160 successful donors. This is in partnership with Calamba Medical Center (CMC). It's a good way to start the year right through volunteerism acts!


2017

  • Donate & Sell For A Cause

    Donate: Nov. 7-29, 2017

    Sell: Dec. 12-14, 2017

    For A Cause: Jan. 16, 2018

  • Livelihood Program
    for Employees'
    Family Members

    November to
    December 2017

  • Environmental Education

    June 23, 2017

    Altura Elementary School, Tanauan City

  • AFLI
    Fun Run Sponsorship

    May 28, 2017

    FPIP Compound

  • Bloodletting '17

    Nov. 29 & Dec. 6, 2017

  • Tree Planting 2017

    September 9, 2017

    Grand Farmers Organic Inc., Sta. Theresa, Alfonso, Cavite

  • Bloodletting '17

    August 9 & 16, 2017

  • Brigada Eskwela '17

    May 20, 2017

    Altura Elementary School, Brgy. Altura, Tanauan City

  • Bloodletting '17

    April 19 & 26, 2017




DONATE. Employees' 2nd hand/unused items

SELL. Employees buying the donated items

FOR A CAUSE. Turnover of Donation

            Once again, CBMP continued the fund-raising campaign for a charitable reason through voluntary contributions of items owned by employees & company, and selling activity to employees.
            The total proceeds of the activity amounting to P 43,540.00 was donated and turned over to SOS CHILDREN'S VILLAGE LIPA as the chosen beneficiary, including the SOS Coin Bank collection amounting to P 1,928.
            This will ensure the development of the children and help the disadvantaged families to provide for the basic needs of their children, and claim their rights to education and health care. This will also help in the daily activities of each family like school money, one warm meal a day, and more.


            CBMP have another batch of scholars in this activity which aims to support the living of the family members of CBMP employees by providing skills training to earn income and have a decent living towards a better community. CBMP sponsored ten (10) CBMP employee's family members as scholars, who took and passed Food & Beverages Services NCII.
            Through partnership with Crest Nest Training Institute, an accredited training provider of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), CBMP is hoping that, if ever, once they become independent enough, they would also help others, who are less fortunate, to stand up.


            Another year of educating the children regarding environmental protection & conservation, this is to encourage them to help save the environment through the 3R Principles (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle). Several activities were prepared to increase awareness and improve attitude concerning the environment.
            Students are able to acquire basic understanding about the environment, its associated issues and what could be their role towards sustainability at their very young age.


            The activity was headed by Association of FPIP Locators, Inc. (AFLi) with more than 2,000 participants across FPIP locators. Canon Business Machines (Phils), Inc. served as one of the major sponsors of the event & as one of the AFLI Board Members, and gave moral support to CBMP runners as well.
            One of the beneficiaries is Ang Misyon - a Lopez Group Foundation, a non-stock/profit organization that transforms the lives of young musician and gives free music education in underprivileged communities. P 100, 000 was donated to Ochestra of the Filipino Youth (OFY) for 26 new music instruments. Other proceeds are also used in AFLI Community Relations Projects.

            CBMP together with Calamba Medical Center has successfully conducted 2017's 3rd Bloodletting activity resulting to 133 successful donors.
            A total of 514 bags of blood were donated this year. With this, the volunteers proved that "Not all Heroes wear capes, sometimes they wear Canon uniform."


            CBMP conducted its 4th annual tree planting activity in partnership with De La Salle Health Sciences in support with its One Million Trees and Beyond campaign.
            Hundred of CBMP volunteers planted 1, 250 seedlings of Sugar Palm Trees (Kaong) which is one of the sources of livelihood for the community members of Alfonso, Cavite.
            CBMP also launched its new tree planting theme aligned with its product LBP, the "Living for a Better Planet."
            This activity shows continuous employees' support to create a healthy environment for better community.


             2nd Bloodletting Activity for this year has been successfully conducted resulting to 199 successful donors. This shows the increasing volunteerism of CBMP employees.
            This activity, in partnership with Calamba Medical Center is conducted to benefit all those who are in need of blood as well as all CBMP employee and their immediate family members.


            Total of 96 CBMP volunteers joined in this year's Brigada Eskwela. With high sense of volunteerism to provide a safe and comfortable learning environment for public school students, our volunteers accomplished the following:
            ✓ Repaired four (4) classroom doors and nine (9) window
                 glasses.
            ✓ Cleaned up two (2) classrooms.
            ✓ Painted two (2) rooms walls and windows.
            ✓ Painted 248 desks and chairs.
            ✓ Cleaned up school's surroundings and gardening.
            ✓ Donated the remaining painting materials to the school.
            This activity also promotes teamwork, cooperation, unity and increase CBMP value. Also, the activity builds harmonious relationship between the company, employees and communities.


            Once again, CBMP has successfully conducted its first Bloodletting activity for 2017 resulting to 178 successful donors.This activity is in partnership with Calamba Medical Center (CMC).


2016

  • Bloodletting Day

    December 14 & 21, 2016

  • Donate and Sell For A Cause

    Donate: Nov. 2-11, 2016

    Sell: Nov. 15-17, 2016

    For A Cause: Dec. 22, 2016

  • Environmental Education

    December 5, 2016

    Banjo East, Elementary School, Tanauan City

  • Livelihood Program for Employees' Family Members

    September - October 2016

  • 2016 Sandugo Awards

    July 27, 2016

    Batangas City Convention Center

  • Bloodletting '16

    September 14, 2016

    August 10, 2016

  • Tree Planting 2016

    September 10, 2016

    Mts. Banahaw - San Cristobal, Nagcarlan, Laguna

  • Brigada Eskwela '16

    May 21, 2016

    Laurel Elementary School, Brgy. Laurel, Tanauan City

  • Bloodletting [Apr]

    April 20 & 27, 2016

    Company Store Area, CBMP Factory, Tanauan City




            Before the year ended, CBMP has conducted its 3rd Bloodletting activity of the year which resulted to 109 successful donors / volunteers. This activity is in partnership with Philippine Red Cross - Batangas Chapter.
             CBMP has achieved a total of 405 blood donations throughout 2016. Its aim to increase higher awareness on employee volunteerism was successful. In addition, employees were really happy that they have been part of this life-saving activity.




DONATE. Employees' 2nd hand/unused items

SELL. Employees buying the donated items

FOR A CAUSE. Turnover of Donation

            This new CSR activity is a fund-raising campaign for a charitable reason through voluntary contributions of items owned by employees & company, and selling activity to employees for donation to society.
             In the beginning, CBMP accepted donations of good & usable 2nd hand/unused items from our employees. Then, the company opened the store to sell the donated items to its employees. About 300 employees (both donors & buyers) participated and chose the beneficiary. Through the contributions of employees, we have raised P34,530.00 which was donated to SOS Children's Village Lipa. This surely made other people feel happy during this yuletide season.


            An initiative aims to educate the children of Banjo East Elementary School regarding environmental protection & conservation, and to encourage them to help save the environment through the 3R Principles (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle). Several activities were prepared to increase awareness and improve attitude concerning the environment.

(1) Short Film Showing
(2) Q&A Team Game
(3) Interactive Making of Camera made of Arts & Crafts
(4) A Comic to share to their family
(5) Segregation of Bio & Non-Biodegradable materials during snack time




Start of Training and Actual Class

The Scholars and Training Simulation

 Training Completion & TESDA Assessment 

            CBMP launched its new CSR activity, which aims to support the living of the family members of CBMP employees by providing skills training to earn income and have a decent living towards a better community.
            In partnership with Crest Nest Training Institute, an accredited training provider of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), CBMP sponsored twelve (12) CBMP employee's family members as scholars, who took and passed Food & Beverages Services NCII. Moreover, CBMP shall continue to support them in monitoring their employment status for one year.




            Philippine Red Cross - Batangas Chapter held again its annual Provincial Sandugo Awards to recognize the outstanding individuals, groups and organizations that continuously support their voluntary blood service programs.
            This time, CBMP received a DIPLOMA OF SERVICE for a distinguished service for 2 years as a leader and had a minimum of 100 units of blood donations as cumulative.

            In partnership with Philippine Red Cross-Batangas Chapter, CBMP has successfully conducted another Bloodletting Activity resulting to 157 successful donors.

            More than 100 of CBMP volunteers show their continuous support to Corporate Social Responsibility Environmental Awareness Campaign through its Tree Planting Activity. CBMP planted 1,150 seedlings of Philippine native trees and as to date, a total of 3,400 seedlings were planted for 3 consecutive years.

            About a hundred CBMP employees showed their high spirit of volunteerism in this year's Brigada Eskwela. To provide a conducive and safe learning environment for public school students, with support of the community, our volunteers accomplished the following:
            ✓ Cleaned up seven (7) rooms.
            ✓ Repaired seven (7) doors and a fascia board.
            ✓ Painted seven (7) external room walls, windows and doors.
            ✓ Cleaned up the school surroundings to be garbage-free.
            ✓ Gardening
            Remaining painting materials were donated to the school for the continuation of the activity by other community volunteers.
            This activity also promotes and builds good communication, cooperation, teamwork and relationships between the company, employees and communities

            CBMP held its 5th bloodletting activity. Together with Philippine Red Cross - Batangas - Chapter, 139 successful blood donors showed their high spirit of volunteerism to help other people.

2015

  • Scholarship Program

    -Batangas State University
    -Laguna State Polytechnic University
    -Southern Luzon State University

  • Tree Planting

    September 19, 2015

    Mts. Banahaw, San Cristobal, Rizal, Laguna

  • Bloodletting [Sep]

    September 9 & 16, 2015

    Company Store Area, CBMP Factory, Tanauan City

  • 7th Sandugo Awards

    July 27, 2015

    Batangas City Convention Center

  • Brigada Eskwela '15

    May 23, 2015

    Banjo East Elementary School, Brgy. Banjo East, Tanauan City

  • Bloodletting [Mar]

    March 11 & 18, 2015

    Company Store Area, Canon Factory, Tanauan City

            CBMP launched its first scholarship program in partnership with three (3) different universities. The program aims to help the less fortunate students with their financial needs from the start of their studies up to board examination, in which CBMP will also shoulder the expenses. These scholars, who will once become a graduate after a while, will be also be given an opportunity of employment to work in the company.
            On June 29, 2015, University Partners visited CBMP to personally sign the Memorandum of Agreement to further strengthen the partnership with them.
            On October 13, 2015, the six (6) scholars together with their parents and representatives from the Universities visited CBMP for a simple ceremony explaining the details of the program, as well as to personally welcome them as new members of CBMP family.

             For the second time, CBMP conducted its Tree Planting Activity, partnership with Haribon Foundation wherein 95 CBMP volunteers planted 1,250 seedlings of Philippine native trees. This activity aims to increase environmental protection awareness and volunteerism among CBMP employees. As to date, CBMP has planted a total of 2,250 seedlings and targeting to increase every year as its commitment to environmental conservation.

             CBMP's aim to exercise employees' volunteerism through blood donation and saving lives has been successfully executed and has resulted to 131 successful blood donors. This activity was made possible in cooperation with Philippine Red Cross - Batangas Chapter.

             CBMP with other institutions and individuals attended the 7th Sandugo Awarding Ceremony organized by Batangas Provincial Blood Council to receive their awards of appreciation and recognitions for the continuous support of everyone to Philippine Red Cross (PRC) - Batangas Chapter Blood Services.

            This year, the theme for Blood Donor's Month and World Blood Donors' Day is "Thank you for Saving my Life." It focuses on thanking blood donors who save lives every day through their blood donations and strongly encourages more people all over the world to donate blood voluntarily and regularly with the slogan "Give freely, give often, Blood donation matters."

             75 CBMP volunteers participated in this year's Brigada Eskwela together with Association of FPIP Locatiors, Inc. (AFLI). To provide a conducive and safe learning environment for public school students, with support of the community, our volunteers accomplished the following:
            ✓ Cleaned up nine (9) classrooms.
            ✓ Painted six (6) classroom walls and approximately 190
                 desks and chairs.
            ✓ Cleaned up the school surroundings with simple gardening &
                 giving of leaflets about environment care.
            ✓ Remaining paints and painting materials are also donated to
                 the school.

             CBMP together with Philippine Red Cross - Batangas Chapter carried out another bloodletting drive. The 2-day activity resulted a total of 129 successful blood donations.

            In addition, a token is given to CBMP employees who donated twice from last year, to show company appreciation for the continuously support of its employees in doing voluntarism works.

2014

  • Tree-Planting "Reforestation"

    October 5, 2014

    Mts. Banahaw, San Cristobal, Rizal, Laguna

  • Bloodletting [Sep]

    September 3 & 10, 2014

  • Brigada Eskwela '14

    May 17, 2014

    Tanauan South Central School, Tanauan City, Batangas

  • Bloodletting [Mar]

    March 26, 2014

            In partnership with Haribon Foundation, CBMP supported the Plant Forests: ROAD to 2020 Campaign committed in restoring 1million hectares of Philippine rainforests. It targeted to plant 1,000 seedlings of native trees such as Narra, Bitaog, Banaba, Kupang, Kalumpit, Lamio, Dao & Lipote/Baligang. Revival of native trees aims to have a balanced ecosystem between animals, plants & environment resulting to clean water & air, regulation of climate change, protection from super typhoons, prevention of flash floods, free food & shelter, and replenishment of our resources.

            A total of 67 CBMP employees volunteered in achieving this goal. This activity enables the community who maintains and protects the forest to have an extra income as well.

            As the population of the company increased, CBMP carried out another bloodletting activity with the joint effort of Philippine Red Cross - Batangas Chapter. This time, it was conducted for two (2) days and had a total of 129 successful blood donations.

            In collaboration with Association of FPIP Locators, Inc. (AFLI), CBMP joined a national program, "Brigada Eskwela" led by Department of Education. This activity was to provide a conducive and safe learning environment for public school students (7-12 yrs old) by doing clean up of school grounds, repainting of classrooms, and minor repairing of some furniture. A good and garbage-free surrounding is a way to prevent illnesses, gives sanitation so students can perform well, and improves attitude concerning the environment.

            It shows company sincerity in fostering the spirit of "Bayanihan" together with 52 CBMP employees and other FPIP locators as volunteers in which CBMP adopted five (5) classrooms.

            CBMP, together with Philippine Red Cross - Batangas Chapter, held its first bloodletting activity. Thru employee volunteerism, this activity aimed to save patients in need of blood supply and to promote health awareness. A total of 52 blood bags were successfully donated.

2013

  • CPR "Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan)"

    November 19, 2013

  • CPR "Central Visayas Earthquake"

    October 24, 2013

  • Sponsored a Fun Run for a Cause

    September 29, 2013

    First Philippine Industrial Park (FPIP), Batangas

  • Sponsored a JICC Event

    July 20, 2013

    Center Stage, SM Mall of Asia

            Canon Project Rebuild (CPR). With the calamity that claimed enormous damages to lives and properties in, Canon helps rebuild lives affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda. The super typhoon claimed more than 4,000 lives and injured 18,000 more. Material damages are estimated at Php 10 billion.

            Employees and staff of Canon Group turned over PHP2 million pesos to Gawad Kalinga Foundation (GK) to help fund its relief operations for Super Typhoon Yolanda victims. This donation was a joint collaboration among Canon Group namely, Canon Marketing Philippines (CMP), Canon Business Machines Philippines (CBMP), Canon Information Technologies Philippines (Ci-Tech), and Canon IT Solutions Philippines (CITSP).

            Volunteer employees also dedicated a day to join GK's Operation Walang Iwanan where they helped pack relief goods at the Quezon City Command Center located in the grounds of Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR).

            Canon Project Rebuild (CPR). Canon helps Central Visayas on the road to recovery by bringing aid to thousands affected by the 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck Central Visayas on October 15. In cooperation with Canon, Inc., Canon Marketing Philippines (CMP), Canon Business Machines Philippines (CBMP) and Canon Information Technologies Philippines (Ci-Tech), the multinational company donates a total of PhP1.3 million to the Philippine Red Cross.

              The donation was turned over to Philippine Red Cross Chairman, Richard Gordon, Thursday, October 24 by Mr. Kazuhiko Yamada (CBMP); Mr. Soichiro Tabe, (Ci-Tech); and Mr. Alan Chang (CMP). Chairman Gordon has duly advised the group that the donation will be used in efficient collection and distribution of clean, potable water to displaced families in evacuation centers due to the strong quake.

            AFLI Fun Run 2013 "Takbo Mo, Tsinelas Ko" aims not only to promote the thrust on health and wellness in the park and to foster camaraderie across FPIP locators but also to utilize the proceeds of the activity to be able to gift a new pair slippers to public in schools students in the host barangays or community of the park.

            CBMP supported this event thru participating of 103 registrants and sponsoring by means of cash donation.

            Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC), cultural and public affairs section of the Embassy of Japan in Manila together with The Japan Foundation Manila and 40th Year of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation organized its annual activities to promote better understanding of Japan and Japanese culture by providing information, educational services and programs to the public.

            One of the event is JPOP Anime-Singing Contest with Cosplay Mini-Contest with its purpose is to strengthen the friendship relationship between Filipino & Japanese cultures, and promote Nihongo language as well. In which, led by Ci-Tech, CBMP and CMP as well sponsored the said event by providing Canon Cameras as prizes for the winners.