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Bacolod City, Philippines Thursday, May 14, 2020
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TP volunteers give assistance

 

Employee-volunteers of Teleperformance Philippines from 21 business sites recently extended assistance to communities, through the Citizen of the World (COTW) Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of TP, its press release said.

Volunteers pooled their efforts and were able to distribute over P1 million worth of assistance to various beneficiaries, including personal protective equipment and other supplies amounting to over P500,000 to the Philippine General Hospital for Luzon, the Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center for the Visayas, and Southern Philippines Medical Center in Mindanao.

Meanwhile, each family residing in the Teleperformance-Gawad Kalinga Village in Tanay, Rizal also received one month’s worth of assorted grocery items.

Over P500,000 worth of grocery items were given to help alleviate the situation of one hundred families in the village that was also built by COTW volunteers for the victims of Typhoon Ondoy, the press release said.

Volunteers also responded to the call of its program partner-beneficiary Kythe Foundation, which cares for cancer-stricken kids and their families. COTW sponsored meals for 100 pediatric patients in different Kythe-affiliated hospitals.

TP also supported the Contact Center Association of the Philippines’ donation drive to support Caritas Manila’s “Protect the Poor from COVID-19” program, that aims to assist poor families by providing them health and personal hygiene essentials, and food packs. TP sponsored 50 families with its donation, the press release added.*

 

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