|Epson Philippines Provides Printers and Projectors To Schools Through Its Gift of Brightness Program|
Social responsibility is one of Epson's core philosophies, and for many years, the Japanese manufacturing giant has been true to this principal. Epson Philippines is doing its part through its Gift of Brightness Program, which helps address the shortage of resources in public schools, especially in the poverty-stricken areas.
Recently, Epson Philippines has partnered with the Department of Education's Adopt-a-School Program wherein they provided technology packages to 15 primary and secondary public schools in the country. The beneficiaries received printers and projectors, that includes Eposn L220 Multifunction Color Printers, Epson LQ310 Dot Matrix Printers, Epson WorkForce M100 Single Function Monochrome Printers, Epson LW400 Label Printers, and Epson EB-S31 Projectors. Moreover, the donations also come with one-year supply of inks and ribbons.
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Fourteen of the schools are selected based on the recommendation of DepEd's Bureau of Education Assessment, while the other one was directly chosen by Epson Philippines. The schools are from Balanga, Bataan; Calapan, Mindoro; Ilagan, Isabela; Lapu-Lapu,Cebu; Roxas, Capiz; Talisay, Cebu; General Santos, South Cotabato; Butuan, Agusan Del Norte; Zamboanga City; Baguio City; Valenzuela City; Paranaque City; Pasay City; Quezon City; and Las Pinas City. This is the second time Epson and DepEd joined hands, bringing the total number of recipient schools to thirty (30).
The Gift of Brightness is Epson's way of giving back to the communities and an ongoing advocacy to help the youths to have brighter futures. To learn more about Epson, visit http://global.epson.com/