Our Movement for a Drug-free Environment

We teamed up with Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI), a Manila-based port operator, developer, and investor, in creating an awareness program on the negative effects of illegal drugs and educating the Filipino youth like you through a campaign against drugs.

The partnership was made official on September 21, 2016 at the STI Holdings Building in Makati City through a ceremonial turnover of check from ATI to STI amounting to PhP20 million. The fund will be used to implement anti-drug initiatives in our campuses nationwide.


Present in the event were (left to right) Monico V. Jacob, Vice Chairman and CEO of STI ESG; Teodoro Locsin, Jr., Director of STI Holdings and the new Philippine envoy to the United Nations; Eusebio H. Tanco, Chairman of STI Holdings, and Andrew R. Hoad, Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) Executive Vice President.


Confident in our collaboration’s approach to drug prevention, ATI Executive Vice President Andrew Hoad shared, "We are very pleased with this partnership as it provides a long-term solution to one of society’s pressing problems. This program also perfectly complements our corporate sustainability advocacy anchored on youth empowerment and is well aligned with ATI’s stringent policy against illegal drugs."



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