DMCI Homes holds medical mission in Taguig

The Philippine Star - June 25, 2011

MANILA, Philippines - DMCI Homes goes beyond the boundaries of their property in promoting a sense of camaraderie. The company also reaches out to their neighbors outside of their walls, and engages in projects that establish their developments as part of a bigger community.

One such project is the DMCI Homes Medical Mission CSR Program 2011 held recently in Brgy. Ususan, Taguig City.

Through the project, 250 less fortunate individuals from neighboring communities — where DMCI Homes’ Acacia Estates is located — became beneficiaries of a medical mission program sponsored by the company.

Acacia Estates, which is located also in Brgy. Ususan, is a 150-hectare land development comprising thriving communities of DMCI Homes, namely Rosewood Pointe, Royal Palm Residences, Mahogany Place Phase 1-3, and Cedar Crest.

The medical services offered during the day were: free medical consultation, free ECG those 35 years old and above, a health and wellness lecture, which covered topics like personal hygiene, proper nutrition, first aid treatment, and medical conditions like asthma, skin diseases, heart disease, and diabetes.

A nutritious feeding activity was also done for the younger recipients while free medicines (appropriate for patient’s sickness) and free multi-vitamins were given away.

Most of the participants for the day’s activities involved volunteers like DMCI Homes employees, medical and health practitioners from DMCI Homes, DMCI Holdings subsidiary companies and RGO Laboratory and Diagnostic Center, and officials and health workers from Brgy. Ususan.

This is one of the many CSR activities that DMCI Homes has linedup to give back to the public the support the company has been getting through the years. The activity was also born out of the company’s desire to be involved and help less fortunate individuals within and around a DMCI Homes township development.

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