FedEx employees lead Batangas mangrove-planting
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FedEx Express together with Pusod Foundation, an environmental non-profit organization, recently launched a mangrove-planting activity in Barangay activity in Barangay Papaya, Nasugbu, Batangas through its global giving program FedEx cARES. John Peterson, managing director of FedEx Express Philippines, said the activity is part of this six-month mangrove-planting project. Barangay Papaya is one of six coastal communities in Nasugbu and home to almost 3,000 families.
FedEx employees lead Batangas mangrove-planting. (2019, April 26). Malaya Business Insight, p. A7.
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