Hann Resorts launches Hann Foundation Inc.

CLARK FREEPORT — Formerly known as Widus Foundation Inc. (WFI), Hann Foundation Inc. (HFI) is now the official corporate social responsibility arm of Hann Philippines Inc., owner and proprietor of Hann Resorts.

The rebranding announcement was made last December 7 during the Pampanga Press Club Christmas party held at Swissotel Clark.

The event was also attended by Hann AVP for Corporate Marketing Patrica Javier, Swissotel Clark Sales and Marketing Director Alie Sison, Swissotel Clark Assistant Marketing Director Alex Aquino, Clark Marriott Sales and Marketing Manager Jayvie Mendoza, and HFI Manager Ronnel Golimlim.

According to Golimlim, “the best is yet to come” from the charity foundation as it welcomes 2023 with bigger and more innovative projects for the indigent community.

P

“Since we started in 2016, we never stopped creating and developing projects that put a focus on health, environment, education, cultural heritage and community development. This 2023, we look forward to partnering with more LGUs, private sectors, and volunteers to further our social welfare campaigns.”

Through the years, HFI has notably implemented 15 successful community projects that go beyond the traditional CSR implementation.

This upcoming year, HFI is set to begin learning programs in partnership with the Provincial Government of Tarlac which will include construction skills training and employment projects in select communities and an integration of alternative learning systems in Sitio Malasa.

Moreover, HFI will launch a pioneer agricultural and cultural development campaign for the Ayta Youth Mag-Antsi of Bamban, Tarlac to raise social awareness and promote inclusivity.

The corporate foundation will also see the rehabilitation of Ospital Ning Angeles. A project aimed at improving the efficiency and quality of health services being given to Angelenos.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on google
Google+
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest