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GNPD, Leyte Electric Coop donate computer sets to 16 Leyte public schools

GNPD, Leyte Electric Coop donate computer sets to 16 Leyte public schools

MARIVELES, Bataan: The GNPower Dinginin Ltd. Co. (GNPD) that operates coal-fired power plants here on Wednesday announced that it has turned over together with the Leyte Electric Cooperative IV (LEYECO) educational computer sets to 16 public elementary and secondary schools in Leyte.

The donation, part of the combined Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program initiative of GNPD and LEYECO IV, took place in Barangay Lamak in Hilongos, Leyte. The 16 public schools are Igang Elementary School, Villa Mag-aso Elementary School, Cabalasan Elementary School, Bubon Elementary School, Marao National High School, Tinago Elementary School, Mabagon Elementary School, Capudlosan National High School.

Also, Hilongos South Central School, Hilongos National Vocational School, Cacao Elementary School, Lamak Elementary School, Bato National High School, Buli National High School, Matalom National High School and J.P. Olo Memorial Elementary High School.

“This donation of computer packages will have a profound impact on the lives of students, giving them access to a wealth of information and resources. It is not just hardware, but an investment in the future,” LEYECO IV general manager Brenda Flores – Ampolitod said.

The GNPD sales team was grateful to LEYECO IV for partnering with the team and be part of the endeavor. GNPD sales manager Ronald Gutierrez said the project and other CSR initiatives enable GNPD and GNPower Mariveles Energy Center Ltd. Co. (GMEC) to better understand and meet customer needs while addressing social and environmental challenges. “By engaging with customers through this, we can build stronger relationships, enhance brand reputation, and create a positive impact on society,” he said.

“This is our first time receiving a computer set and now we can finally utilize our ICT classroom for its intended purpose,” said Bubon Elementary School principal Cleofe Borneo. “This marks the first CSR initiative of GNPD in the Visayas region, and we are deeply grateful to be able to bring our HUSAY Education program with the goal of elevating educational opportunities for Leyteño students,” said Arcel Madrid, GNPD Associate Vice President for Community Relations. (30)


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