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Continuously Protecting Our Vulnerable Communities

The Philippines sits on the infamous Ring of Fire, a geographical area prone to earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and monsoons. Due to the rains and low-pressure areas, heavy flooding can significantly affect the country, with an average of 20 typhoons hit every year.

Project Shelter is our continuous effort to prepare for such calamities. In the Philippines especially, a country no stranger to natural calamities, we plan properly for times our communities are in need of assistance.

Through our Shell mobility sites nationwide that serves as donation drop-off hubs, Filipinos will have a way to help their countrymen in need of help.

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Powering Lives Through Collaboration

Understanding our communities is a vital part of improving life. We work closely with our communities, identifying problems and issues, and what we can do best in the event of a natural calamity. We also engage with local partners. Shell with our social arm, Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc. collaborate with local government units, NGOs, and companies to keep people safe and gather the resources for it.

The ‘bayanihan’ spirit is innate to Filipinos, an attitude of cooperating and helping each other out, for the greater good of the community. It is a philosophy we embrace, especially when it comes to preparing for natural calamities.

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Partners in Preparedness

  • Department of Social Welfare and Development
  • Local Government Units
  • Benita & Catalino Yap Foundation
  • Association of Petroleum Shell Dealers, Inc.
  • Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation
  • DZRH
  • GDZ Transport
  • BF Express Transport

More on project shelter

How it works

Find out how to contribute to the project.

Relief efforts

Efforts to keep our communities safe.

Contact us

Reach out to us.