AllHome Turns Over Newly Renovated School Facilities
AllHome, the country's pioneering full-line home center, has supported the cause of education through its social-civic responsibility branch, AllHome Builds.
Photo Insert: AllHome recently handed over fully renovated school buildings
Along with promoting a responsible and sustainable lifestyle for its stakeholders, this initiative has championed the improvement of the quality of education facilities in the communities that AllHome is a part of—especially timely as the country recovers from the pandemic, a recovery that also signals the return of face-to-face classes.
AllHome recently handed over fully renovated school buildings to the Pulalnlupa Elementary School, a public school in Las Piñas, as part of the government's efforts to ensure a smooth transition to a post-pandemic scenario.
AllHome Builds restored the school's multipurpose hall as part of an effort spearheaded by AllHome Vice Chairman Camille Villar, supplying much-needed equipment such as air conditioning units, monobloc chairs, and painting materials
“Education is a cause and that is truly close to my heart, one that shares the values of AllHome as an organization. This initiative we undertook for the Pulanlupa Elementary School is our way to take that first step to inspire the recovery of all our schools from the COVID-19 pandemic.” said Villar.
This initiative was completed in partnership with Haier, Kolin, Uratex, and Rain or Shine. The project is expected to benefit over 1,200 new students by preparing the school for the upcoming academic year and improving the quality of face-to-face learning.