Health and Safety Announcement

At PHCCI, we are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for our members, employees, and visitors. We aim to follow all the health and safety protocols and that all these standards are implemented in all PHCCI branches and satellite offices.

For safety, we have been manually collecting contact details from members coming to branches and satellite offices for contact tracing purposes in case of health concerns due to COVD-19. We admit that the process is time-consuming and sometimes inconvenient, so starting October 16, 2020 PHCCI will be implementing a contactless collection of information from members coming to PHCCI.

How do we keep you safe and convenient?

Each member will be issued a QR Code unique to them.  The QR code contains the member’s contact information. A member visiting a branch and satellite office will only have to scan his/her QR code in ports provided making the collection of contact information contactless, swift, and easy.   No more long lines and filling up forms.

How do you get the QR code?

For the initial implementation, we have personnel stationed (on a limited period) at receiving areas to assist you to get your QR Codes. You can ask for your QR code during your visit to a PHCCI branch or satellite office. You have the option for a paper printed QR code or take a picture of it with your smartphone.

Or, members with smartphones can download or take a screenshot of their QR codes via then select “Loan Application,” enter verification details and click Personal QR Code.”

Note: The printed QR codes issued by the branch and satellite offices are printed in an adhesive paper that you can stick to your passbook or any valid ID.

I want to transact business in the branch/satellite office but I forgot my QR Code?

You can still get inside a PHCCI branch or satellite office to transact even if you forgot your QR Code. However, you will go through the manual collection of contact information. For your convenience and easy access, we strongly suggest that you always bring your QR code every time you visit a PHCCI branch or satellite office.

Can I share my QR code or let someone use my QR code?

Your QR code is primarily intended for contact tracing in case of health concerns due to COVID-19, so please don’t share it or let someone use it. As already mentioned above, each member has a QR code unique to them.

I lost/damaged my QR code.

In case of a lost or damaged QR Code, you can still get inside a PHCCI branch or satellite office to transact. However, you have to go through the manual collection of contact information. Once inside, you can request a new printout of your QR code. You can also download or take a screenshot of your QR code via, select “Loan Application,” enter your details and click “Personal QR Code.”

I am not a member of PHCCI, can I get inside a PHCCI branch or satellite office?

Yes, you can but you must go through the manual collection of contact information and safety check.

For questions, please call any of our PHCCI branch or satellite offices near you.

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Rules and Guidelines for PINTA, KAABAG!

  1. Pinta, Kaabag! Is an online competition geared to curate designs from various professional and amateur digital artists (open to both members and non-members) depicting the theme for this year: “LEADING A ROBUST FUTURE FOR THE COOP MOVEMENT.”
  2. All entries are restricted only to digital painting and all forms of computer-generated graphics. Any software can be used to create entries. Animated or moving GIFs are not accepted.
  3. Participants must accomplish the contest registration form:
  4. All entries should be submitted to the link provided on or before April 11, 2023 11:59 PM.
  5. Each participant is allowed to submit one entry only.
  6. Accepted rendered formats are: JPG or PNG. The raw file file (.psd or .ai or etc) of entry must also be submitted.
  7. All entries must be submitted with SUBJECT: PINTA, KAABAG + LAST NAME follow file format: TITLE OF ARTWORK_First Name and Last Name.jpg or TITLE OF ARTWORK_First Name and Last Name.png
  8. Entries should be at least 420mm x 594mm (vertical), 300 ppi for raw file, 72ppi for rendered.
  9. Entries sent to previous digital art contests, art used for commerce, artworks infringing intellectual property will be disqualified.
  10. Criteria for Judging: Relevance to the Theme 30%, Originality/Creativity 30%, Technical Excellence 20%, Composition and Elements 20%, Total 100%. Brief description of entry will also be considered in the judging. Shortlisting will be done to come up with the Top10 entries. Qualifiers will proceed with the final judging on April 14, 2023, 1 PM at the 4th Floor Conference Room, PHCCI Building, San Jose Extension, Dumaguete City.
  11. The following are the prizes for the Top 10: First Place P5,000.00Second Place 3,000.00, Third Place 2,000.00, Consolation Prize 1,000.00.

  12. All designs will be presented on April 14, 2023 during the Presscon Event at the PHCCI Fr. O'Connell Board Room, 2nd Floor PHCCI Building, San Jose Extension, Dumaguete City.
  13. Winners will be announced on April 16, 2023 during the Pasikat, Kaabag Closing Ceremonies.
  14. All entries may be used as collaterals by PHCCI, release clause is applicable at the time of registration.
  15. Winner may also be contracted as designer for PHCCI T-shirts or related collaterals.

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