MR.D.I.Y. Philippines Making an Impact on the Environment

The home improvement retailer MR. D.I.Y. recently planted 100 seeds. The company also turned over cash proceeds from The Good Bag, Reusable Bag campaign last Jan. 8, to ABS CBN Foundation Inc. Bantay Kalikasan Mother Nurture campaign for the benefit of La Mesa Watershed.  

“The Good Bag campaign aims to do good not only to our valued customers but gather funds to adopt 100 trees for La Mesa Watershed by selling reusable eco bags at the 100 MR.D.I.Y. stores nationwide. MR.D.I.Y. Philippines wants to give back something good to the community by protecting the environment,” MR.D.I.Y. Philippines marketing manager Mark Charles Salecina during the ceremonial turnover.

“I would like to sincerely thank our valued customers who supported this campaign, our hardworking team of MR. DIYers across all departments in the smooth execution of The Good Bag campaign. More importantly, I would like to thank ABS CBN Foundation Inc. for initiating sustainability programs for our environment and allowing us, retail establishments to somehow contribute to such a worthwhile endeavor,” MR. D.I.Y. Philippines COO Roselle Marisol Andaya said.

The P375,074 donation was received by Sarah Agcaoili, OIC and operations head, and Mar Zeri Ramirez, OIC and operations manager of ABS CBN Foundation Inc. Bantay Kalikasan-Save the La Mesa Watershed. 

The day ended with planting seedlings, signifying the company’s efforts to do good for the environment and ensure we have enough trees, clean air and water now and for the generations to come. 

To learn more, visit www.mrdiy.com/ph or @mrdiyPH on Facebook.

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