SM City Iloilo to hold Run to Rebuild Futures 2

SM City Iloilo will once again hold a fun run on May 17, 2014.

The run, dubbed Run to Rebuild Futures 2, will be a fund raising activity for the SM Cares Housing Program that will be benefit more than 200 families in the Municipality of Concepcion.

Each house, which costs P200,000, will be built with concrete roofing, high ceiling, proper ventilation and utility-ready provision. The village will have 5-meter wide road network, a concrete perimeter fence, a community center and a basketball court.

SM Cares serves as the holistic and cohesive flagship of the group’s CSR programs. The goal is to ensure that SM serves not only as the retail industry leader, but also acts as a catalyst towards positive change in the nation and leading by example when it comes to corporate social responsibility.

Previously, SM City Iloilo, along with its affiliates, and agencies’ families and friends have already held the first part of the run last December 2013. SM is once again calling interested parties to join this year’s run to be able to take part in this noble undertaking in the continuous efforts to give assistance to affected families of typhoon Yolanda.


For inquiries, you may contact the HR Department of SM City Iloilo at 320 96 09 local 111 or visit the SM Traveller’s Lounge, SM Global Pinoy Center, SM Cinema and SM Storyland to avail of registration forms. Registration is at P100 for 3k and P150 for 5K run. (Sourc: SM City Iloilo)


File photo of bamboo houses flattened by typhoon Yolanda in Baladian, Concepcion, Iloilo last November 2013. DAILY MAIL UK


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