Cherry Cares by MSN Foundation Inc. donated several printers and a projector set to a school in Bohol

There are currently 16 teachers that share the six available printers at Quezon High School

With education as the core of Cherry Cares by MSN Foundation Inc., the CSR arm of CHERRY, it continuously provides added support to the academic sector by being in the van of related initiatives such as in the donation of teaching materials to Quezon High School in Batuan, Bohol. 

The said school is currently maneuvering around the blended learning setup and is in need of additional equipment to meet the high volume of modules that are to be essentially produced, and other day-to-day requirements—fueled by the goal to continue delivering quality education to the students. To support this cause, Cherry Cares by MSN Foundation Inc. donated five (5) printers as well as a projector with manual pull down projector screen on September 16, 2022.

“The donation of these equipment is very timely now that classes are held through blended learning. This will help our teachers accomplish their tasks a lot faster and more efficiently which in turn, our students will benefit from,” says, Ms. Zenaida Vallente, Principal, Quezon High School.

In support for the recent back-to-school, Cherry Cares by MSN Foundation Inc. has also taken the lead in other education-related projects such as Be Cool in School, an initiative in partnership with the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP). 

 “It has always been our goal to make education accessible to Filipino students. As much as possible, we try to extend our reach to rural communities and far-flung areas,” says Ms. Agnes Conopio, PR-CSR Head, CHERRY. 

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