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Allianz PNB Life backs SOS Children’s Village

Allianz PNB Life Insurance recently made a donation to the SOS Children's Village for the purchase of disaster-preparedness kits. 

Allianz PNB Life backs SOS Children’s Village
Gemma C. Goliat, National Director, SOS Children’s Village Philippines, receives the donation from Connie Roldan, Chief Human Resources Officer, Allianz PNB Life Insurance, Inc. ​
Gemma C. Goliat, National Director, SOS Children’s Village Philippines recently received the donation from Connie Roldan, Chief Human Resources Officer, Allianz PNB Life Insurance, Inc. 

The donation of Allianz PNB Life will be used to purchase disaster preparedness emergency kits for SOS-adopted communities.

“Any organization or NGO at that exists or survives because of donations.  We are very lucky because globally we have partners. Now, Allianz is here in the Philippines and they opted to give it a shot for the Filipino children,” said Goliat. 

Dr. Olaf Kliesow, president and chief executive officer, Allianz PNB Life, delivered his message to the kids stating the purpose of the partnership. 

Allianz PNB Life backs SOS Children’s Village
Rei Abrazaldo leads volunteer-employees of Allianz PNB Life during an activity with the children at the SOS Children’s Village’s basketball court. The activity signals a long-term partnership of SOS with Allianz, the fastest growing life insurance company in the Philippines.​
“We do this because we believe social inclusion is important, particularly in a country like the Philippines, where families face many challenges. Together, we can contribute in building a future of resilient generations that is able to overcome the challenges, at the same time, seize the opportunities to be fully integrated members of society,” he said.

Topics: Allianz PNP Life Insurance , SOS Children's Village , Gemma C. Goliat , Connie Roldan

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