(Working together, progressing further)

SAMA-SAMANG PAGTULONG, SABAY-SABAY NA PAGSULONG.

Empowering communities to become responsible and productive members of society.


#FilipinoForward

Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI) was established on August 19, 1982 as the social arm of Shell companies in the Philippines. We aspire to spearhead fit-for-purpose projects that responds not only to the needs of Shell’s worksites and host communities, but to the rest of the country. Currently, PSFI works with numerous groups in various locations around the Philippines, with specialized focus in communities in: Batangas, Camarines Sur, Leyte, Palawan, and Cagayan de Oro.

PSFI locations specialized focus in communities in: Batangas, Camarines Sur, Letey, Palawan, and Cagayan de Oro

POWERING THROUGH THE PANDEMIC

The year 2020 serves as a testament of PSFI’s strength as an organization, as it continued to further its programs while contributing to the UN SDGs. Its ability to respond to the crises of the day, look out for its communities, and implement its programs successfully all indicate its solid commitment to the fulfillment of its mission.

It was by no means an easy year, but PSFI persevered and powered through with the resourcefulness, hard work, and collaboration of its teams, partners, and beneficiaries.

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Title: PSFI 2020

Duration: 1:41

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[Background music plays]
[Pilipinas Shell Foundation logo displays]

[Text displays]
We started this year with a vision to continue creating a better world.

[Video displays]
School children waving flags in front of an access to energy program powerhouse.

[Video displays]
Women farmers and PSFI Program Officer discussing.

[Video displays]
People carrying harvest.

[Photos displays]
Shell volunteers helping out in volcanic eruption relief operations.

[Text displays]
But this year changed the way we lived so, we changed.

[Video displays]
Farmer walking in the streets of a community site.

[Video displays]
Program Officer interviewing beneficiaries, women making baskets, and program officer riding a bike to work.

[Text displays]
We adapted to the new normal.

[Video displays]
PPE equipment like sanitizer, face mask, face shield, gloves, and PSFI uniform.

[Photos displays]
Program staff on the field in masks.
Screenshots and video nof online meetings.

[Text displays]
We continued building bridges and opportunities.

[Video displays]
Videos and photo of signing ceremonies and relief operations with partners.

[Photo displays]
Frontliner posing with food received from Pilipinas Shell Foundation.
Farmers harvesting crops.
Program Officers transporting harvest.

[Text displays]
We inspired hope.

[Photo displays]
Beneficiaries posing in planting site.

[Video displays]
Mushroom farmers packaging harvest.

[Photo displays]
Women producing face masks.

[Video displays]
Trainee learning electronics.

[Photo displays]
Trainees of mushroom production.
Ceremonial turnover of educational support materials.
Farmers harvesting crops.
Program officers with relief packs.

[Text displays]
We reacted.
We responded.
We reshaped lives.

[Photo displays]
Seamstresses cutting cloth for face masks.
Distribution of relief goods for typhoon survivors.
Pilipinas Shell Foundation and Shell employees turnover educational support materials.

[Text displays]
This is what we do.

[Photo displays]
Distribution of relief sacks.
Farmers posing with “Thank you Pilipinas Shell Foundation” banner.
Shell staff receiving face masks.
Pilipinas Shell Foundation staff posing with harvest.

[Text displays]
We are agents of change.
We are PSFI.

[Pilipinas Shell Foundation logo displays]

[Background music fades]

[Text displays]
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[Intragram Icon]: @pilipinasshellfoundation

info@pilipinasshellfoundation.org

OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE

While the COVID-19 pandemic adversely affected many Filipinos, it has also brought people and organizations to work together.

At the onset of the community quarantine, Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI) together with its partners, started Para sa Bayani, a campaign that consolidates efforts to help in various fronts— from grassroots and fenceline communities, to local businesses, to health frontliners. Para sa Bayani has three embedded sub-components: Ani Para sa Bayani, Proteksyon Para sa Bayani and Tulong Para sa Bayani.