Nuvali celebrates nature and generosity

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In NUVALI, the love for nature and for one another go hand in hand.As part of Ayala Land Inc.’s 25th Anniversary, one of the country’s most successful and well-loved mixed-used developments, NUVALI gives thanks to the community through the Random Acts of Kindness Day.

BIG, BIG, BIG surprises awaits everybody in Nuvali. Head on to NUVALI, Sta. Rosa Laguna on SaturdaySeptember 28, 2013  and experience generosity like no other.

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Random Acts of Kindness at the Ayala Triangle Gardens

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It doesn’t take much to show random yet tender acts of kindness and generosity. It can be anything, like treating a kid to ice cream or giving free movie tickets to your favorite office mate.Radio jock, social media influencer and TV host Sam YG, joined the well wishers that activity-filled day.

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To mark the 25th anniversary of Ayala Land, gift giving and the spreading of good will and cheers are taken to a whole new level without losing the spirit of fun, love, spontaneity, and camaraderie.

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On September 13, Friday, from 11:30 in the morning to 1:30 in the afternoon, Ayala Land kicked off at Makati, the country’s leading city for business, lifestyle, entertainment and culture the first of its “Random Acts of Kindness” series.

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The air was filled with a festive atmosphere as bell ringing greeters and gift-bearers roamed the Ayala Triangle Gardens adorned with balloons and confetti as ALI’s very own ALI-gator mascot announced the many surprises of the day, flash mob style, catching everybody by surprise.


Marriott’s Spirit to Serve feeds 1,000 people affected by Maring


The recent effects that Typhoon Maring brought to the country greatly affected the living situations of countless families in the metro. With this, the Marriott Hotel Manila joined forces with the Philippine National Red Cross in feeding 1,000 children and elderly in two barangays in Pasay City recently. Spearheaded by Marriott’s Executive Chef Meik Brammer and his Kitchen Team, Marriott and Red Cross reached out and imparted their Spirit to Serve to their neighboring residents. Complete with a huge paella pan, the group arrived in the barangays and showed enthusiasm to eagerly serve food to the members of the community that were affected. Continue reading


Makati gets into the right groove to fight pneumonia

The Makati City government, together with other health institutions, take the lead to MOVE! against pneumonia

Pneumonia is one of the top diseases afflicting Filipinos, especially children, thus the urgency to prevent this “silent killer”. This is the battle the city government units of Makati and Caloocan, together with the Vaccine Study Group (VSG), the Manila-National Institutes of Health (NIH) and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) tackle with the launch of the pneumonia prevention program MOVE! Continue reading


Hamilo Coast Organizes 4th Annual Coastal Cleanup

Hamilo Coast, SM Land’s premier residential leisure destination development, recently organized its 4th annual coastal clean-up in Nasugbu, Batangas. Gathering volunteers from the private sector, government and the local community, the project is part of Hamilo Coast’s continuing partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines. Continue reading


Support the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera

Support the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera
Sign up today to show you support for the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera

The local government of Puerto Galera has long supported marine conservation. Most fish and coral species flourish on Puerto Galera’s beautiful reefs and their populations continue to grow. However, sharks have been over-fished and now just a handful remain. Without protection these important and beautiful animals will soon disappear

By adding your voice we can help the Local Government in making the decision to declare all of Puerto Galera a Shark Sanctuary.

  • Yes to the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera
  • Yes to a Shark Conservation Awareness Program
  • No to catching of sharks in all municipal waters [From Talipanan to Villiaflor]
  • No sale of shark meat or fins in local markets
  • No sale of shark oil, teeth or jaws

Individually we stand alone. Stand together and we can make it happen. Sign Up Now and pass the link on to all your friends that care about the environment