Specific Grassroots Partnership Programs include:
- Meralco GK Sibol Schools Project
Involves the construction of a 60 sq. m. school building in Gawad Kalinga (GK) Communities for 3 to 6-year-old children of families residing in GK communities. This project also includes a Feeding Program and a Disease Prevention Program for Sibol School students.
- Computer Training Project (for Local Government Units and the Philippine National Police)
Involves the donation of reconditioned Pentium 4 computers to police stations and headquarters and the conduct of a two-day basic computer literacy training.
- Delightful Christmas Outreach
Gift-giving and sharing activity with identified charities for children as beneficiaries.
- Community Outreach Projects
Involves medical and dental missions and gift-giving activities conducted by Meralco Employees Fund for Charity, Inc. (MEFCI).
- Community Livelihood Training
Implements livelihood training activities for depressed communities.
- Employees Day Outreach (FUN-tastic Friendship Fair)
Conducts fun-filled activities for children from different branches of the Department of Social Welfare and Development.
- Leadership Program for Public School Heads
Trains school heads to be better leaders of their schools with continuous improvement initiatives in their annual and strategic plans, conducted by the MMLDC through its School Based Management Development Program (SBMDP).
- Educators Summit
Conducted annually at the Meralco Theater for 1000 educators from the public sector to learn from and be inspired by luminaries in the field of education.
- Teacher Education Program
Equips public high school teachers with skills and concepts (5S, computer literacy and spirituality in the work place).
- Project Kasambahay Outreach
Acknowledges service providers of Meralco i.e., janitors, drivers, security guards, gardeners, through an annual outreach activity.
- Isang Litrong Liwanag
Homes in the Baseco Compound of Manila that are deprived of natural lighting will be provided with alternative lighting sources made of recycled materials including 2-liter plastic soda bottles as the main vessel. Installed into the rooftops of the houses, these bottles will refract the sun’s rays into the homes to allow daylight in and in effect, require a lower demand for electricity.