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Clark leisure park sells Christmas decor made from indigenous materials for charity

Nov 24, 2021 @ 10:02
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Fontana Hot Spring Leisure Parks at the Clark Freeport is selling handcrafted Christmas decorations made of indigenous materials to help those affected by Covid-19.

In a statement, Fontana Marketing Communications Specialist Jasria Magbanti said the proceeds will be contributed to Clark Development Corporation’s (CDC) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects.

“The story behind those Christmas decors is that it is part of the CSR of our company so we have decided to make a difference in our society today especially during the pandemic,” she said.

“It’s very important that you have a good working relationship with your employees so we conceptualized the design three months before. We also had a coordination meeting with the staff to check their schedules and availability,” Magbanti said.

Fontana Art Manager Reginald Dy said the workers utilized raw materials found within Fontana’s vicinity and transformed them into fancy and unique decorations.

“For this year’s Christmas, we used the remaining raw materials that we also used from last year. This came from fallen trees that we started chopping into thin pieces then we painted the designs. Basically, it’s all materials from last year that haven’t been used,” he said.

They used dried woods as a base to make decors such as tabletops, danglers, and other hand-painted ornaments ranging from only P50 to P250 only.

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