Eastern Communications supports Humanility Philippines

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Eastern Communications powers education for youth through Humanility partnership. Eastern Communications, one of the country’s premier telecommunications companies, recently donated Php 100,000.00 to Humanility as part of their efforts to continue promoting education among the youth.

(Photo: from left to right) Eastern Communications Co-Coordinator Atty. Aileen Regio, Co-Coordinator, Ramon Aesquivel with Humanility Founder/Vice President Bryan Thomas, Global Representative for the Philippines Gail Macapagal, Social Workers Christine Poliran and Cherry Sumeli, Board of Director Randy Knutson during the donation turnover.

The donation was made during Eastern Communications’ Link VIP Night at the Manila Hotel, which celebrated the second year of its client recognition program, the Eastern Link VIP Club. Providing compassionate care and sustainable economic and educational assistance, Humanility is a non-government organization that aims to emancipate and empower victims of poverty and children at risk.

“One of Eastern Communications’ purpose is to bring back the human connection in everything that we do and that includes reaching out to others in our community. We partnered with Humanility because we share the same cause and believe that we can empower less fortunate children through education,” said Atty. Aileen Regio, Eastern Communications Co-Coordinator.

Eastern Communications presents donation to Humanility at their shelter at Bogo, Cebu.

Eastern Communications is one of the country’s premier providers of innovative and reliable connectivity products and services. Through their unique brand of being both “High Tech” and “High Touch,” the company remain committed towards nurturing creativity and entrepreneurship among children, helping to create the country’s next generation of business leader and artists.

For more information about Eastern Communications products and services, visit www.eastern.com.ph. To learn more about Humanility, visit http://www.humanility.org/.


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