Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Dell Expands Support for the Youth development in the Philippines

Last July 25, 2013, I was invited to attend an advance screening of the movie Wolverine starring Hugh Jackman. Actually, it was a sponsored screening by DELL Philippines not only to treat media but most importantly, the beneficiary children of CHILDHOPE Philippines.

The media screening was only the launch of a much bigger treat to the foundation by extending Dell’s support in the furtherance of ChildHope Philippines’ advocacy developing the living condition of street children in Metro Manila.

Inside the movie house, guests were advice to allow 120 selected street children to seat beside them so they can guide children on certain delicate matters about the movie. It was an impressive gesture because it is what Parental Guidance is all about. Before the movie started, everyone was given a snack pack courtesy of Jollibee, so everyone can watch the movie while enjoying food from Jollibee. 

A short program was placed before the actual screening. Mr. Richard Teo, president of Dell Philippines welcomes everyone and gave a brief talk about their partnership with Childhope and Dell’s commitment in helping alleviate poverty in our society. Likewise, Ms. Teresita L. Silva, President and Executive Director of ChildHope Philippines acknowledged the support of Dell, and gave a warm thanks to everyone who supported Dell’s campaign. 

About ChildHope Asia Philippines, Inc.

Since 1989, ChildHope Asia Philippines has been in the forefront of advocating the cause of street children in the Philippines and in Asia. It reaches out to about 1,200 street children every year and works to uplift them from the hazards of working and living on the streets and aims to realize a better future for them by providing learning opportunities outside the confines of a formal school set-up. To learn more about the ChildHope Philippines, please visit:

About Dell

Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) Listens to costumers and delivers innovative technology and services that give them the power to do more. Powering the Possible is Dell’s commitment to put technology and expertise to work where it can do the most good for people and the planet. Dell works with non-profits to address pressing social issues by donating a combination of Dell Technologies and Solutions, Funding, Expertise and Volunteer support. In 2012, Dell Team members volunteered more than 700,000 hours in their communities and contributed ans estimated $32 million through employee match and rewards programs. Learn more about Dell at:

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