Chevron donates computers for AFI program communities
Chevron Holdings Inc., the shared services company of Chevron in the Philippines, officially turned over computers to be used by some of the Ayala Foundation’s program communities.
Held on May 17 at the Ayala Foundation office, the ceremonial turnover was attended by Vina Vicente, Patrick Santiago, John Philip Aquino, and Grace Rivera, employees and volunteer organizers for Chevron’s Corporate Social Responsibility activities; Luli Heras-de Leon, AFI president; Nature Calderon, director for Strategy, Communications, and Donor Care; Ramon Miranda, director of the Center of Excellence in Public Elementary Education; and Michi Barcelon, Chiara Cruza, Julie Bergania, and Sarah Sevilla, Ayala Foundation managers.
A total of 302 CPUs, 302 LCD monitors, 196 keyboards, and 79 mice were donated to the foundation. Among the beneficiaries are AFI’s program communities in Tondo, Manila; Quezon City; Bauan, Batangas; Calauan, Laguna; and Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro (for the Iraya-Mangyan community).
A portion of the computer donations will also be distributed to Globe Telecom’s partner communities in Nueva Vizcaya and Benguet (including Baguio City). Globe, one of AFI’s important partners within the Ayala group, will distribute the computers to 30 public elementary schools. During the ceremonial turnover, Globe was represented by Miguel Bermundo and Carmela David, the company’s single point of entry officers for Cordillera.
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