Metrobank Foundation annual report nominated for Platinum Anvil
The Philippine Star|March 06, 2021
The 2019 Annual Report of the Metrobank Foundation Inc. (MBFI) was nominated for the Platinum Anvil at the recent 56th Anvil Awards.

Taking home the Gold Anvil, the annual report adopted MBFI’s 40th founding anniversary theme, “Puso at Sigasig (Heart & Zeal).”

It curated stories of extraordinary kinship and mentorship among its featured stakeholders and highlights the values of heart and zeal as its foundation to shine a light on opportunities that expand access, provide recognition and demonstrate possibilities of a better future for all.

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