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Press Release: Philippines, November 29, 2021

  • To celebrate DHL Express 50th anniversary and the holiday season in the Philippines, the company is giving back not just to its customers but to the environment as well
  • DHL Express will be donating P10.00 to the Haribon Foundation’s Adopt-A-Seedling program, for every shipment made until December 31, 2021
  • Customers who ship with DHL Express between October 28 and December 31, 2021, will also have the chance to win GMovies streaming tickets, SM Markets gift baskets, and DHL Express mystery boxes

DHL Express, the world's leading international express service provider, announced that for every customer shipment or transaction received till 31 December 2021, it would donate P10 to the Haribon Foundation’s Adopt-A-Seedling program to celebrate the company’s significant growth in the Philippines over the past 50 years and in keeping with its annual commitment to contribute to positive change in the country.

The season of giving back with Adopt-A-Seedling program

For its 50th anniversary in the Philippines and beyond, DHL Express continues to support climate protection and sustainability. The company is supporting the Haribon foundation's Adopt-A-Seedling program which aims to restore one million hectares of degraded Philippines forests by planting indigenous trees.

This tree-planting campaign with Haribon is part of DHL Express Philippines' long-term goal of promoting biodiversity and species conservation, according to the company's Commercial head, Eric Queppet. "We also have a goal of eliminating all logistics-related emissions by 2050, by increasing the carbon efficiency of operations, reducing emissions of local air pollutants, and providing customers with green products and solutions,” he emphasized.

The Haribon Foundation is adept at building constituencies and empowering communities through scientific and multi-disciplinary approaches consistent with its advocacy for biodiversity conservation. This is in line with DHL’s aim to contribute to, grow with, and empower the communities and the environment. “DHL supports Haribon Foundation's reforestation efforts through our Adopt-A-Seedling Program, and we are grateful for this holiday campaign. This fundraising initiative gives us hope that people and communities can come together for a better planet and a better future,” said Noel A. Resurreccion, OIC-COO of Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources, Inc. “Through DHL's help, we are optimistic that this will help restore denuded Philippines forests using native trees.”

Together We Grow Raffle Promo

Apart from giving back to the environment, DHL Express also gives back to its loyal customers. To celebrate its 50 years of service in the Philippines, DHL Express has teamed up with GMovies, SM markets, and other local businesses to give its customers an early Christmas present. Customers have the opportunity to win a variety of prizes each month, including 50 GMovies movie streaming tickets in November, 50 SM Markets gift baskets worth P5,000 in December, and holiday mystery boxes filled with proudly Filipino-made products and exclusive DHL-branded items in January 2022.

From October 28 to December 31, customers are entitled to one raffle entry for every international shipment, whether parcel or document, sent from the Philippines. This promotion is one of DHL Express’ many initiatives that aim to boost customer satisfaction, as well as to show appreciation to customers for growing with the company and trusting the service all these years and into the future.

Fifty years on, DHL Express has established itself as the leading international express service provider, not just through its global network and capabilities that help connect people and improve lives but also with numerous environment, social, and governance initiatives that make the world a little better.

For more information on how to register for the raffle draw and contribute to the environment, please visit