Throughout its history, Allied Botanical Corporation has always upheld its service to the people as its greatest purpose and continues to explore new avenues to give back to the community beyond the boundaries of agriculture.
Servicing the People
Supporting an Endangered Species
Allied Botanical Corporation founder and president Willy Co adopted Bighani, a Philippine eagle, appropriately named after one of the company’s corn varieties. In collaboration with the Philippine Eagle Association, a fraction of the company’s profits was allocated to the upbringing of Bighani as well as the preservation of his critically endangered species.
Assistance to Taal Eruption Victims
The eruption of Taal Volcano in 2020 left thousands displaced and in need of supplies. Allied Botanical Corporation donated relief goods as well as 5% of its profits from one of its ongoing flower expos at the time of the eruption to victims in Batangas.
Condor Cares Kitchen
In 2020, an Enhanced Community Quarantine lockdown in response to the Covid-19 pandemic forced millions in the Philippines to remain at home which severely limited access to food, supplies, and public services. To provide relief during this difficult period, Allied Botanical Corporation opened the Condor Cares Kitchen which prepared and distributed meals to those who needed them most.
In its mission to keep the industry alive and educate the youth, Allied Botanical Corporation has provided full scholarships to the aspiring agriculture students of Benguet State University. It is through these programs that they will be equipped with the knowledge that they will need on the field.