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Fast-rising real estate development company Golden Bay Land Holdings gives payment in kind with the success they’ve gotten by hosting its first Golden Bay Land-Aspire Basketball Cup. Part of the company’s regular corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, the initiative aims to spread camaraderie and instigate values such as teamwork, dedication, sportsmanship, collaboration, and charity among its workforce. Industry partners, contractors, suppliers, and stakeholders alongside Golden Bay employees would be taking part in the activity.

The following proceeds accumulated from the event were donated to the non-stock, non-government organization Tahanang Walang Hagdanan, Inc. (TWHI). TWHI is a 47-year old foundation that offers guidance and assistance to persons with disabilities (PWD), with most of its programs focused on improving the quality of life for the orthopedically impaired through various training, educational grants, mobility aid, and livelihood programs.

It is for this reason that Golden Bay chose to support the foundation due to its thriving legacy and platform that values transparency, integrity, and excellence.

“We are proud to partner with an organization that provides continuous and comprehensive development programs that aims to bolster economic viability for its members and society in general,” said Jardin Brian B. Wong, COO of Golden Bay Land Holdings.”

“The various activities carried out by the group–patterned after a sustainable and economically viable social enterprise–really impressed our company because it generally aimed toward having that long-term impact in the communities it serves,” he added.

Golden Bay Land Holdings strives to seek for more worthwhile activities and courses of action that will cater to the growth of their employees and the general public. “We are committed to doing our part in nation-building and we aim to promote a more sustainable and proactive society,” said Wong.