Magna Prime Chemical Technologies, Inc., one of the fastest-growing construction chemical companies in the country, continues to fulfill its corporate social responsibility by donating Sinclair Paints products for a beautification project in San Vicente Elementary School in Bulacan, just in time before the first face-to-face classes start after 2 years of online classes.
The project is a part of Magna Prime and Sinclair Paints' outreach initiatives. Just last year, Magna Prime initiated several other programs to help the citizens of Sta. Maria, Bulacan cope with the effects of the pandemic. Magna Prime, led by CEO Derrick Tan, is also an active supporter of the Angat Buhay initiative, where it donated construction chemical products for the villages in Marawi.
Similarly, Sinclair Paints has organized several outreach programs of its own. Through these efforts, Sinclair Paints continues to fulfill its mission to empower a new generation of designers, DIYers, homeowners, junior architects, students, and aspiring artists to express their creativity through different techniques in arts and crafts.
“Sinclair wants you to create your own design based on your preferences, personality, ideas, or needs…,” stated in the Sinclair Paints’ IKAW NA! Campaign.
Additionally, Magna Prime, as the parent company of Sinclair Paints, aims to spread the value of creativity and resilience through Sinclair Paint’s outreach programs.
- “Malikhain: We have an innovative mindset and entrepreneurial spirit in finding creative solutions.”
- “TIYAGA: We remain resilient in the face of adversities.”
San Vicente Elementary School's PTCA (Parents-Teachers Community Association) reached out to Magna Prime on their proposed project last April, 2022. They wanted to officially welcome the students back to school with something special, which is the beautification of the school facilities.
So, Sinclair Paints donated colorants, wall primers, and other Sinclair Paints products to re-paint several facilities at the school.
According to the PTCA president, Monaliza Villanueva, the program aims to boost the children’s morale and help them readjust to the face-to-face setup.
The newly-painted walls will serve as a symbol of hope and new beginnings for all students returning to school after two years of online classes due to the worldwide pandemic.