#KOF Philippines, repairing public schools, giving back to the community

An annual campaign of Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines goes to the heart of the global company’s thrust to empower the communities it belongs in.

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KOF PH Davao associates during their Brigada Eskwela activity.

Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines and its associates continued their annual tradition of proudly taking part in Brigada Eskwela, or the Back-to-School Brigade—a campaign led by the Philippine Department of Education (DepEd) to help repair and prepare public schools nationwide before the regular opening of classes come.
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This year, our KOF volunteers spent a summer afternoon in the sponsored schools of their communities: painting walls, repairing chairs and tables, and leading general cleaning activities—and thus making sure that schoolchildren will return to clean, safe, and prepared schools this academic year.
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In the Philippines, May is Volunteerism Month—a commemoration realized by thousands of KOF PH associates all over the country, who staunchly believe that volunteerism plays an important role in our community development efforts.

Please Join KOF Volunteers!

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