Haribon Advisory During COVID-19 pandemic

March 25, 2020

Last updated November 6, 2020

The spread of COVID-19 across the world had grown rapidly and posed a grave threat to our community. Government placed the entire country under a state of calamity and placed the entire island of Luzon under ‘enhanced’ community quarantine last March 17. The quarantine was extended in Metro Manila and selected provinces to May 15, 2020.

Today quarantines are still in place at various levels in different areas of the country. During this period public transportation has been slowed, and various organizations and offices have implemented work from home arrangements. The private sector has been called upon for cooperation to prevent further spread of the disease.

Measures to ensure safety

In response, we continue to take all reasonable measures to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of our entire community — including staff, members, partners and other stakeholders of the foundation. As such, we are implementing a work from home arrangement for the same period. Further, the Foundation shall postpone all of its activities involving mass gatherings, meetings or other events requiring face-to-face interactions until further notice.

Please be assured that Haribon continues to operate and fulfill its obligations during this period. Haribon staff will continue to keep its lines open to members and partners and endeavor to respond to queries, albeit virtually.

Commitments to our environment continue

Haribon staff are available for inquiries and on-going collaborations via email, video call, and other online channels.

Membership renewals, donations, adopt-a-seedling, e-cards, and other transactions may still be done online on our website. For verification of donations, simply contact us below. However, official receipts and deliveries will only be processed once normal business operations resume.

Thank you for your continued support

In view of the current situation, we ask for your understanding. We thank everyone for keeping calm, remaining vigilant and for your continued support of biodiversity conservation.

Contact us

Trunklines / landlines are temporarily offline, but you may contact us below: