50 houses for Yolanda victims
Rosalinda L. Orosa (The Philippine Star) - March 10, 2014 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - CDO-Foodsphere Inc. and its corporate social responsibility arm Odyssey Foundation Inc. donated P10 million to support Habitat for Humanity Philippines’ core shelter projects in Tacloban City. The donation will build 50 homes for families affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda. Shown in photo during the turnover ceremonies at Valenzuela City are (from left) Habitat resource development manager Stephanie Manalastas, Habitat CEO & managing director Charlie Ayco, CDO-Foodsphere president Jerome Ong and CDO-Foodsphere Inc. senior vice president-business services and finance Francisco Elicano.

CHARLIE AYCO FOODSPHERE FOODSPHERE INC FRANCISCO ELICANO HUMANITY PHILIPPINES JEROME ONG ODYSSEY FOUNDATION INC STEPHANIE MANALASTAS SUPER TYPHOON YOLANDA TACLOBAN CITY VALENZUELA CITY
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