CSR Programs


CSR Programs

LANDBANK’s Corporate Social Responsibility embodies its commitment to the institution’s social mandate with programs and activities that contribute to a better, safer and more progressive society, redounding to an improved quality of life for people of the present and future generations.

CSR Statement

LANDBANK's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Statement


Gawad Sibol Program

In 2006, LANDBANK and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) entered into a partnership that aims to reinforce the mutual objective of promoting environmental protection through planting forest and fruit-bearing trees nationwide.


Gawad e-Dukasyon Program

The LANDBANK Gawad e-Dukasyon Program, in partnership with the Knowledge Channel Foundation, Inc., is a proactive support for public education in the Philippines, with the end view of educating students on agriculture and fisheries at a young age. As an institution mandated to spur countryside development, the Bank envisioned this Program to address the general decline of interest in agriculture and agriculture-related studies.


Gawad Kabuhayan Program

Since its implementation in 2013, the Gawad Kabuhayan Program has complemented LANDBANK’s social mandate of promoting the well-being of marginalized sectors of society by equipping communities with skills vital to accessing and developing opportunities for livelihood. The livelihood program has since assisted more than 1,000 households nationwide throughout its 3 program phases.


Gawad Patnubay Scholarship Program

With LANDBANK's mandate of helping spur and sustain countryside development, the LANDBANK Gawad Patnubay (Gawad Pag-aaral Tungo sa Maunlad na Bayan) Scholarship Program is an education-to-employment initiative designed to benefit underprivileged, but deserving students who shall specialize in the fields of agriculture and fisheries.


Manila Bay SUNSET Partnership Program, Inc.

Crystalizing the concept of “cleaning your own backyard”, The Manila Bay SUNSET (Socially Responsible and United in Nurturing and Sustaining the EnvironmenT) Partnership Program or MBSPPI is LANDBANK’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility program for the environment.


Funding Support of Galing Pook

LANDBANK partners with Galing Pook Foundation, Inc. (GPFI) by providing funds for the conduct of the Galing Pook Awards, a prestigious annual search and recognition for innovative practices by LGU on local governance programs.


Disaster Relief Operations and Donations to Calamities

The Gawad KATUBIGAN (KAakibat na TUlong sa Bayan para sa Inuming KailanGAN) is one of the Bank’s disaster relief efforts which provides access to clean drinking water specially in disaster-stricken communities.


BANGON Mini-Farms Program

Recognizing the need to teach self-sufficiency to the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda in Leyte, LANDBANK, through the LANDBANK Countryside Development Foundation, Inc. (LCDFI), developed the “Bangon Mini-Farms Program: Sustainable Integrated Organic and Natural Mini-Farm Program”, a holistic livelihood program (from training to marketing).


Funding Support for LANDBANK Countryside Development Foundation, Inc.

LANDBANK provides capability-building services to Bank-assisted cooperatives through the LANDBANK Countryside Development Foundation, Inc. (LCDFI).


Volunteerific Program

Given the intrinsic volunteerism spirit of about 9,000 Landbankers, the Bank took the opportunity to institutionalize its very own employee volunteerism program called VOLUNTEERific. In 2016, the Bank launched the VOLUNTEERific Program to articulate one of the Bank’s core values – Social Responsibility and to support the Volunteer Act of 2007 and the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Memorandum Circular (MC) No. 23, Series of 2012, which mandates the establishment of volunteer programs in national agencies.


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