Chevron Volunteer Week 2021

The spirit of volunteerism remains alive in Chevron employees through the annual Chevron Annual Volunteer Week.

The spirit of volunteerism is alive with CHEVRON VOLUNTEER WEEK 2021. This is its second blended annual activity done in both the virtual and real world. Chevron provides locally-sourced aid to local communities while promoting a more sustainable lifestyle to the employee-volunteers through online workshops.

During these trying times, it’s important for us to keep the essence of volunteerism alive. I’m glad that we are able to continue our Volunteer Week activities even virtually where Chevron employees are able to do their part in protecting the environment, supporting local farmers and businesses while helping as much as we can to those who are badly in need.”

Billy Liu, CPI country chairman and general manager.


Supporting local farmers

With Project Oh My Gulay, Chevron successfully sources vegetables from farmers in Pampanga and Nueva Ecija. Its partner, St. Isidore the FARMer Learning Center Inc., trains the community to develop agricultural life. Moreover, these vegetables serve more than 80 families in Brgy. Pagibig sa Nayon in Quezon City. It serves families three days-worth of food supplies. In addition, volunteers also develop organic healthy dishes with the virtual cooking workshop.


Promoting sustainable lifestyle by composting

The Project Bokashi Compost that Ms. Karen Pascua facilitates, exhibits the importance of food waste diversion and composting using Bokashi Technology. Chevron grants Bokashi Compost kits and grocery packs to 56 families in Tondo, Manila. St. John Bosco Parish and Bureau of Plant Industry’s Gulayan ni Juan, efforts this livelihood project helping Chevron to sell this local produce.


Living a life that sparks joy

Lastly, Project Joy is led by a certified KonMari consultant, Renalyn Tan Castillejos. Konmari method enlightens the individual to let go of the things that don’t spark joy anymore. At the same time, these things are still beneficial to those who are in need. Chevron is in partnership with Project Pearls to make this happen. The non-stock, nonprofit and non-partisan organization, helps the poorest children and families. This led further to a better life through education, literacy, nutrition, healthcare, empowerment, and livelihood.

Volunteer Week (VW) has been Chevrons’ mission since 2009. And this week-long event is the opportunity for its employees to volunteer their time to activities that help communities in need. This is a timely and necessary activity, especially this pandemic.

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