The DDC Group has been operating in the Philippines since 1989. Although the company has expanded over the years to seven total divisions worldwide, our foundation remains deeply rooted in the loyal, high-spirited and hard-working Filipino culture with 2,500 extremely talented and dedicated team members in Manila and Leyte.
In response to Super Typhoon Haiyan, we are continuing to provide as much relief as possible to affected team members and their families with an established 501(c)3 charity, The DDC Group - Haiyan Relief Fund. Donations are used to gather very specific and targeted resources to help victims and their families recover from the disaster and re-build their lives, including infrastructure materials, such as education and hospital supplies.
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According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, paper produces more municipal solid waste than any other material that American throw away, up to a total of 35 percent. The average US office worker uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year. Pulp and paper is the third largest industrial polluter to air, water, and land in both Canada and the United States, and releases well over 100 million kg of toxic pollution each year.
The DDC Group’s business process solutions fight deforestation and paper pollution by taking the paper out of ‘paperwork.’ Regardless of the format, source or type of documents (invoices, bills of lading, donations, etc.), we will digitize your documents to eliminate paper from your processes so that you can gain efficiency, increase accuracy and enhance the quality of your business while making the planet a better place.
The DDC Group has been operating in the Philippines since 1989, and we deeply value the camaraderie, dedication and loyalty of the people we encounter there. In line with our company philosophy to give back, we are delighted to unveil some of our recent initiatives in Leyte Province.
Through its long-term relationship with the Leyte community, DDC has established a collaborative initiative between itself and Leyte leaders. DDC provided the funds and the Governor of Leyte provided the logistics to help build two new school buildings and improve local hospital and orphanage facilities.
This investment pattern that began in 2005 has evolved into the DDC Group Leyte Foundation. The Foundation is a formal managing operation to handle the collection and distribution of funds to help the people of Leyte in all facets of life.