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OPPO is raising funds in collaboration with Save the Children Philippines

To help more students enroll under the new normal, OPPO is having a partnership with the international children’s organization Save the Children PH.
OPPO is raising funds in collaboration with Save the Children Philippines
OPPO is raising funds for learning kits of students from remote areas

Gain access to education under the new normal

OPPO is extending its partnership with Save the Children to raise funds for Project ARAL. The goal of this collaboration is to raise a total amount of PHP500,000 for Basic Learning Kits. These kits will be given to more than 500 Filipino students for their upcoming online classes. 

Each kit contains art materials, notebooks, pencils, and other learning tools. The project aims to help students in remote areas of  Caloocan, Navotas, and Malabon.

If you are interested in donating, you can do it via its official PayMaya and GCash, Shopee. You may choose to help out in amounts of either PHP 500, PHP 1000, or PHP2000. Donations must include #eSchoolWithOPPO in their payment transfer description in order for the said organization to easily track the donations.

You can also choose to give your donation through bank deposit in the following accounts: 

BANK ACCOUNT NAME (ALL BANKS): Save the Children Philippines (SCP), Inc.

Metrobank: 710-7710537468 
Bank of the Philippine Islands: 3531007769 
Banco de Oro: 002020118811
Security Bank: 3604679 

For bank transfers, you may send a copy of the deposit slip at this email addressTo find out more about this fundraising initiative, visit OPPO's official website.

To recall, 
OPPO already donated 100 brand new OPPO A12e units and 100 brand new Rock Space Torch Bluetooth Earphones so students can have access to educational materials.

The company also initiated #eSchoolWithOPPO Back to School Sale, making the A9 2020, A5s, A5s Smart, Reno2, and Reno2 F smartphones more affordable for parents and students.

See also: OPPO PH donates brand new phone and more to Save the Children

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