The BPI Foundation brings you a 2-day bazaar that features the best of homegrown products. Get to shop exceptional goods and produce empowered by the BPI Sinag ng Pasko program.

 “Our up-and-coming Filipino social enterprises exhibit promising local products that are perfect for the holiday season,” said Maricris San Diego, Executive Director of BPI Foundation. “With BPI Sinag ng Pasko, we want to help holiday shoppers like us to find unique artisanal gifts for their loved ones, as well as make a positive and meaningful impact on various communities around the country as well.”

Vendors to be featured are a mix of those who have undergone the Sinag bootcamp and independent entrepreneurs, all striving to share their well-loved and created items to the public. The Sinag program serves as a platform to showcase social enterprises or businesses that prioritise people, helping communities, and the planet.

Participating arts and crafts social enterprises include AADR arts and crafts center, Accents and petals, Button’n’things, CustomMade Crafts, Edaya Cordillera, Jacinto & Lirio, Karaw CraftVentures, Mori Notes, and Ayala Foundation.

Meanwhile, fashion & accessory social enterprises include Akaba, Angie Yakan, Bags for Life, Everything is Pine, Habi Lifestyle, Hera Beatrice, JCJ Barcelon Enterprises, Knitting Expedition, Tejo Collective, Xabukid, and Zambawood. Social enterprises showcasing diverse food products include Auro Chocolate, ASAM.ph, Balangay’s Best, The Bila Rural Improvement Development (BIRD) Club, Puto ni Papa, SARET Organic Farmville, and Uproot Aquaponics. Home decors and cleaning solutions includes Junk Not Handicrafts, Messy Bessy, and Grood Wood. 

 

The Sinag ng Pasko fair will be held at the Glorietta 2 Activity Center on December 5 and 6, 2018.