Empire East's continuing legacy of caring for underprivileged communities | Inquirer Business

Empire East’s continuing legacy of caring for underprivileged communities

01:09 AM May 30, 2019

MANILA, Philippines – In 2018, the Philippine Property Awards cited Empire East as “Best in Corporate Social Responsibility” for the construction of multiple-housing units for the beneficiaries of Gawad Kalinga in Muntinlupa City titled ‘pROOFs’, a street-feeding program in Metro Manila named ‘strEATs’, an art workshop for school kids in Laguna called ‘heART’, and donations to the survivors of war-torn Marawi City via the ‘Blanket Project’ all in one banner program ‘Empire East Cares.’

Inspired by this accomplishment, Empire East, as it celebrates its 25th year in the Philippines, has decided to rally potential homeowners to work with the property developer in pushing for more programs.

Empire East has placed piggy-banks in all showrooms where visitors and potential homeowners can donate 25-cents in support of projects and programs to help underprivileged communities.

Empire East president Atty. Anthony Charlemagne Yu

This move stems from the words of Empire East CEO and President Atty. Anthony Charlemagne Yu to take care of disadvantaged communities. In a statement he made during the awarding last 2018, he said: “As our country prospers, there will always be pockets in the community that are left behind. We, at Empire East, believe that it is our responsibility to take care of these communities.”


Your 25-cents will definitely go a long way by checking out the showrooms of their ongoing projects: Kasara Urban Resort Residences, Pioneer Woodlands, Little Baguio Terraces, The Rochester, San Lorenzo Place, Covent Garden, Mango Tree Residences, and The Paddington Place.

For more information on Empire East, visit www.empire-east.com and follow the hashtag #EmpireEast25Years on @empireeast socials on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to be updated on the latest developments. VT/MS


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