RLove actively participates in the Department of Education's Brigada Eskwela project and Adopt-A-School program with over 74,000 public school students benefitting from this partnership. In 2018, RLC assisted 42 public schools across the country. RLove was also involved in the upgrading of several public-school classrooms located across 24 different sites. These upgrades include repainting of classrooms and donation of audio-visual equipment and other items to aid the children's learning.
Summit Hotel Tacloban organized CSR activities for children as part of the run-up for its grand opening this year. In partnership with Visual Arts Association of Baybay (VAAB), the "Heart to Art" Art Workshop was conducted for the rescued street children and underprivileged boys of the Social Development Center for Children (SDCC). 19 boys participated in the 2-day workshop, inspiring the marginalized kids to dream through art. Also, in support of local entrepreneurial activities and thrust of DepEd's K-12 program, Summit Hotel Tacloban donated to San Jose National High School baking equipment for its senior high school students.
RLC Commercial Center Division supported He Cares Mission, a Christian non-profit organization that helps 200 extremely poor street children in Metro Manila, through provision of basic supplies like clothes and developmental toys. "Bag-O Bag Ko" is a CSR initiative of the Robinsons Malls on Panay island, namely Robinsons Pace Iloilo, Robinsons Place Jaro, Robinsons Place Roxas, and Robinsons Place Antique, where selected marginalized kindergarten and elementary school students received new bags and other school supplies. The "Bag-O Bag Ko" project was held for its second year in coordination with Community Social Work and Development and Department of Education.
RLC also sponsored the LAOS Football Club, an organization dedicated to uplifting and enriching the youth through football. With the help of RLC, the Club was able to compete in the Gothia Cup, the world's largest and most participated international youth football tournament with around 1,600 teams from 80 nations competing over 4,500 games. The LAOS Football Club took home the Plate Championship and 1st runner up in two of the divisions.