Epson and the Department of Education forge partnership to bring equipment to less privileged schools in the country.

In the photo are DepEd Secretary Honorable Leonor Briones, Undersecretary Tonisito Umali, Director IV for External Partnership Services Margarita Ballesteros. Signing for Epson Philippines is Marketing Communications and PR Head Donna V. Ferro, assisted by Epson Philippines PR Specialist Mica Bayot.

Our public schools need your support

Epson Philippines and the Department of Education has recently formalize a partnership to equip deserving, less privileged schools with Epson technologies and equipment across the nation. Epson printers, projectors, scanners, label printers, document cameras, and a year’s supply of inks and cartridges will be donated to help students with their studies and school projects.

“Since we started the program, there have been 45 beneficiary-schools, 27 of which were coursed through the Department of Education for the selection process under our partnership for the past two years. We believe that by offering detailed innovation, which is at the heart of all Epson products, we can contribute to uplifting the learning experience for the students. We hope that through the Epson Gift of Brightness, we can help bring brightness and inspiration.” – Donna V. Ferro, Head of Marketing Communications and PR, Epson Philippines.

At the signing, Secretary Briones concluded her speech by urging private companies to find the true meaning of Christmas among the children whom you are serving.

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