Corporate Social Responsibility

Giving is part of FCB's culture. Like many corporations, FCB practices corporate social responsibility where a corporation sets aside part of its earnings to assist social development programs in the community. In support of this corporate philosophy, FCB employees also share their time, resources, and expertise with the community in their free time.

FCB's CSR program is primarily focused in the fields of health, education, livelihood and environment. The bank has implemented various projects, single-handedly as well as in partnership with local government units and non-government organizations, geared towards giving back to the communities in its service areas.

FCB's commitment to the community is also manifested through its direct contributions to non-stock, non-profit, non-government organizations such as the Philippine Business for Social Progress, the Bohol Medical Care Institute, FCB Foundation, the Alfonso L. Uy Scholarship Foundation, and the Philippine Tarsier Foundation, among others. Through these organizations, financial and technical assistance has been extended to thousands of poor and underprivileged people, and efforts have also been made to conserve and manage the environment.

In addition, the bank is involved in many other community projects such as promotion of local tourism, awards and recognitions like The Outstanding Boholano Awards (TOBAW), and emergency and relief operations.