Making a difference in the everyday life of Filipinos.
The Inquirer champions causes related to children and youth, health, education and the environment. It has not only inspired action through its journalism but has also directly participated and partnered with some of the biggest organizations in community development in its belief that they are truly agents of change that can inspire society to take action and be involved.
All of our social initiatives have the meaningful goal of making a difference in the everyday life of Filipinos. By our definition, social responsibility is not a cosmetic issue, but one that cuts to the very core of the company. The Inquirer and its partners do it in a rigorous and committed fashion, and it means doing it right now.
“Inquirer Foundation Corp., a foundation affiliated with The Philippine Daily Inquirer, Inc. whose main goal is to continue to inspire action not only through its award winning journalism but also by making an impact to society. Its aim is to empower the youth through education and advocate environmental preservation.
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Inquirer Group of Companies (IGC) joined the private sector in responding to the urgent call to help our healthcare workers.
While the country is under a state of calamity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for “bayanihan” becomes stronger than ever.
The first ever INQskwela Quiz Bee on Friday turned out to be a gathering of some of the metro’s brightest junior and senior high school students, who displayed their vast knowledge of current events.
The Inquirer group’s relief drive continues for the Batangueño families who are devastated by Taal Volcano’s recent eruption.
By sheer stroke of luck, evacuees from Buso-Buso in Laurel town found shelter at Calantas Elementary School in Calaca town, 32 kilometers from their ash-smothered village.
With courage and unity, we can prevail amid trying times and persecution. This was the message of Philippine Daily Inquirer President and CEO Alexandra Prieto-Romualdez to over 150 kids during the first day of the 8th Inquirer Read-Along Festival held at Inquirer office in Makati on Friday morning.
TV host Kim Atienza is a witness to the power of reading in honing children’s abilities. A father of three, Atienza said his and his wife’s reading storybooks to their children when they were young made them avid readers.