CHERRY’s Corporate Social Responsibility arm, CHERRY Cares by MSN Foundation Inc., renews a partnership with Pelli-San Corporation to strengthen the Be Cool in School Program for indigent students from different schools.

Headed by Ms. Michelle Ngu-Cinco, the Board of Trustees Treasurer of MSNFI, the foundation is set to expand its beneficiaries to 10,000 grantees. Along with the representatives in MSNFI: Ms. Venus Tan-Ngu, President; Ms. Agnes Conopio, PR-CSR Head; and executives in Pelli-San Corporation, Ms. Michelle F. Pellices, President; Ms. Kitanya Nadine F. Pellicer, Vice President; Mr. Kyle Albert Miguel F. Pellicer, Director; Ms. Katrina Isabel F. Pellicer, Treasurer; and Mr. Joseph Byron Z. Aquino, National Sales Manager, CHERRY Cares and Pelli-San Corporation plan to allocate the donations in various schools in Manila, Bacolod, Iloilo, Ilocos, Ormoc, Albay, and Sorsogon.

“The renewed partnership between our foundation and Pelli-San Corporation really created a strong relationship as co-partners in bringing forward an accessible education to Filipino children and students. It is a privilege that we can add support to the academic sector, so we ensure that we widen the target beneficiaries as time goes by,” shares Ms. Venus Tan-Ngu, President of MSNFI.

Moreover, this project has been steadfast in bringing the initiative to promote the quality of education as well as providing educational equipment and other related learning materials to public schools and non-profit educational institutions in far-flung areas or those with limited resources. Through the partnership with Pelli-San Corporation, 10,000 pieces of UNI 3-in-1 Eco Pens will be included in CHERRY Cares’ Bags of Hope. These bags and packages included will hopefully become a partner for their learning process.

Ultimately, this annual project will operate during the school openings. In taking this advocacy as a step towards a brighter future, both corporations are driven by the core values that establish the desire to help and advocate for children’s right to a basic education.

“We hope that we can expand the reach of this program to far-flung areas and see that they all have access to learning resources. It is in our mission to be a continuous support for these initiatives as we commit to improving the quality of education and life of Filipinos,” adds Ms. Michelle F. Pellices, President of Pelli-San Corporation.

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