We put our heads and hands together to build six private hospital rooms that will help the hospital to generate enough revenue to self-finance and reinvest in its future.
The DDC Group has operated in the Philippines since 1989. We deeply value the camaraderie, dedication and loyalty of the people we encounter there. In line with our company philosophy to give back, we are delighted to unveil some of our recent initiatives in Leyte Province.
Through its long-term relationship with the Leyte community, DDC has established a collaborative initiative between itself and Leyte leaders. The DDC Group funded and corresponded with the Governor of Leyte for logistics to help build two new school buildings. Funds were also allocated to help improve local hospitals and orphanage facilities.
What We Do
- In response to the destruction caused by Typhoon Haiyan, DDC created a 501(c)3 charity that raised thousands of dollars and provided that targeted resources to help our community recover and re-build –including infrastructure materials, education and hospital supplies.
Built and donated to the Junior School Leyte, a two-room school building.
The ICOT-P program (Works with local schools in our Philippines communities to seek out intelligent low-income students. We put them into the DDC ICOT-P program where, over the course of their academic career, they intern for DDC and learn how to code along with other valuable trade skills. Upon their graduation from high school, DDC hires them on full time, where they earn a good income and great health benefits for themselves and their families.)
Donated to the Orphanage Leyte to benefit orphans of our community.
The DDC Group Leyte Foundation, a formal managing operation to handle the collection and distribution of funds to help the people of Leyte. Through this foundation, we have established long-term relationships with the Manila and Leyte communities and collaborative initiatives with government leaders. In 2005, we provided funds and the Governor of Leyte provided logistics to build 2 new school buildings and improve local hospital and orphanage facilities.
Leyte Government Hospital - built 6 private hospital rooms that help the hospital generate revenue to self-finance and reinvest for its future.