CW Home Depot President Eng. Napoleon Co (third from right) with Red Cross representatives for the bloodletting campaign kickoff event at its Ortigas branch
The home is where the heart is, and this home really has a generous heart to give.
Your building and construction haven, CW Home Depot by CW Group again partnered with the Philippine National Red Cross for its annual bloodletting campaign held from June 25 until July 30, 2011 across all branches of CW Home Depot.
The activity was spearheaded by CW Home Depot’s patriarch, Engineer Napoleon G. Co, who made this advocacy in conjunction with his and his wife’s birthday celebrations. “It is our commitment to give back our countless blessings to others, be it for a valued customer or an ordinary individual in whatever ways we can. That’s why we have hosted this bloodletting campaign together with Red Cross several years ago to help save lives of several people”, says Mr. Co.
Employees, friends and of CW Home Depot branches expressed their participation to this kind-hearted activity by voluntarily donating blood to save thousands of lives. CW Home Depot also offered snacks and refreshments to those who took part in this valuable cause.
The schedules for CW Home Depot’s bloodletting drive took place in its following branches: June 25 in Ortigas, July 2 in Makati, July 9 in Balintawak, July 16 in Manila Bay, July 23 in Alabang and July 30 in Pampanga. This month-long campaign was in coordination with different Red Cross Chapters: Rizal, Makati, Quezon City, Manila, Muntinlupa and Pampanga.
CW Home Depot’s bloodletting campaign is part of the company’s many ways of fulfilling its corporate social responsibility. CW Home Depot holds several CSR projects all year round.
CW Home Depot is a joint venture of Cebu Oversea Hardware Co. Inc. and West Point Industrial Co. For updates on CW Home Depot activities and events, you can visit CW Home Depot by CW Group’s official Facebook page – facebook.com/cwhomedepot or log on to www.http://cwhomedepot.com
CW Home Depot’s newest branch in Makati joins the annual bloodletting campaign for the first