SMC Global Power Foundation

Through the SMC Global Power Foundation, we aim to foster sustainable economic development and environmental protection in the areas where we operate. We implement strategic social investment programs—focusing on health, education, livelihood, and the environment—that respond to the felt needs of our partner communities.

Upland farmers' organization in Pagbilao, Quezon, together with SMCGP
Elementary students of Bani Elementary School in Masinloc, Zambales
Tagacaulo tribe in Malita, Davao Occidental
Biochar makers of Villa Maria Aeta Tribal Association, Porac, Pampanga

We are more than just a business. Our strategy should be focused on creating value not just for our shareholders, but more importantly, for the greater society

– Ramon S. Ang, President, SMC Global Power
Ramon S. Ang
Helping Communities in the COVID-19 Pandemic Helping Communities in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Helping Communities in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Guided by our Malasakit, we have worked hard to ensure that our operations remain uninterrupted 24/7 to power healthcare facilities and other essential industries during these trying times.

Beyond providing a reliable power supply, we also remain steadfast in helping communities meet their essential needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our partnerships with local governments and host communities enabled us to mobilize approximately Php70 million worth of COVID-19-related aid, especially for frontliners and communities in need.

Our relief efforts are presently ongoing to further help the country recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch below how we have helped empower our stakeholders and customers in the COVID-19 pandemic.

CSR Programs

Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programs empower us to be a responsible business, good neighbor, and steward for future generations. Through our CSR Programs, we go beyond improving our bottomline and pursue initiatives that secure our natural environment and nurture the welfare of our stakeholders. As we maintain to be economically competitive, we also work as equally passionate in contributing to the betterment of society and the environment.


We continuously invest in programs that safeguard the environment and foster environmental stewardship among various stakeholders.

Our Environmental Program is spearheaded by Project 747, our nationwide forest rehabilitation program that aims to grow 7 million trees in 4,000 hectares across the country.


Through Project 747, we proactively contribute to climate action, uplift communities, and nurture the environment.

Project 747 consists of social, livelihood, and environmental components that work together in taking care of the environment and helping empower forest-dependent communities.

Enriching upland and mangrove forests

Upland farmers' organization in Pagbilao, Quezon


A healthy community is a productive community. As one the largest power companies in the Philippines, we deliver on our commitment to help communities live healthier lives.

  • Maternal Health Program
  • Mobile Health Clinic (x-ray, ultrasound, ECG)
  • Capacity Building for Barangay Health Workers
  • Donation of Medical Tools and Equipment to community clinics
  • Medical, Optical and Dental Missions (with free provision of medicines)



We aim to uplift the future generation by investing in their education. Our Education development initiatives include a holistic and muti-faceted approach that aims to address various layers of the education needs of our partner communities.

  • Educating New Generation of Innovative Engineers for Success (ENGINE) Program
  • Scholarships for local community students
  • Educational Assistance to Indigenous People
  • Teachers’ Training
  • Donation of School Supplies
  • School Improvement and Rehabilitation (Brigada Eskwela)
  • Reading Comprehension Program and Supplemental Feeding Program



Our Livelihood programs empower communities to be better stewards of the environment and true owners of their livelihood. We work with them through inclusive and participatory approaches of identifying livelihood opportunities that suit the community. This ensures that our partnership and their livelihood opportunities are sustainable, enabling the community to fully call it their:

  • Technical and Vocational Trainings certified by TESDA (e.g., masonry, carpentry, welding, etc.)
  • Community Livelihood Appraisal and Product Scanning
  • Non-timber Forest Products (NTFP) livelihood for Indigenous People (e.g., honey-bee processing, roselle plant and mango processing, and rag-making)


Board of Trustees

Name Position
Ferdinand K. Constantino Chairman
Elenita D. Go Member / President
Maria Racquel Paula G. Lichauco Member / Vice-President
Paul Bernard D. Causon Member / Chief Financial Officer
Julie Ann B. Domino-Pablo Member / Corporate Secretary
Carlos Jericho L. Petilla Member / Independent Trustee