Globe customers get rewards points for volunteering through Time Please
Globe Telecom is giving out Globe Rewards points and other prizes to those who share their time in helping communities through its nationwide volunteering program Time Please.
Time Please is spearheaded by Globe and The Walt Disney Company Philippines. This collaboration encourages and empowers Filipinos to provide volunteer activities or participate in existing volunteer programs in groups with two to four members.
From July 10, 2018 to August 19, 2018, members of groups who will complete and register their volunteer hours through http://timeplease.ph will get 100 Globe Rewards points each. The group with the most number of volunteer hour credits at the end of the program will win an all-expense paid trip for four to Hong Kong Disneyland.
“We want to encourage more Filipinos to celebrate the spirit of volunteerism through Time Please. We are very grateful for the support of various organizations which supported our nationwide volunteering program,” said Yoly Crisanto, Chief Sustainability Officer and Senior Vice President for Corporate Communications at Globe.
Globe partnered with iVolunteer Philippines and Gawad Kalinga to provide the sign-up platform. Running from May 25, 2018 to August 19, 2018, Time Please has generated close to a million volunteer hours to date.
Time Please is supported by about 40 organizations to date. Organizations that have partnered with Globe are Gawad Kalinga, Couples for Christ, Armed Forces of the Philippines Reserve Command, iVolunteer Philippines, Department of Education for Brigada Eskwela, Kris Library, Edicute Inc, Tulong sa Kapwa Kapatid, Kythe Foundation Inc, Oikos Helping Hand, and Philippine Toy Library.
Other organizations that have participated in the program include Special Olympics, Generation Hope, Yellow Warriors Society Philippines, Karinderia ni Mang Urot, Humanist Alliance Philippines International, Mano Amiga Philippines, All Together in Dignity Fourth World, Pusod Inc, Aral Pinoy, Citizens Disaster Response Center, Project Pearls, Visions of Hope, Progressive Assistance Canada, Dream Big Pilipinas, Haribon Foundation, Fostering Education & Environment for Development, as well as Make A Wish Philippines.
Pink Women on Fire, Save The Children, Virlanie Foundation Inc, CAPABLE Foundation, Vessels of Humanity, Kidlikasan. Kabataan. Kalikasan., Bahay Tuluyan, The Storytelling Project, He Cares Foundation, Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation, MovEd, and Nature Awareness and Conservation Club Inc have also joined Time Please to entice more volunteers in their programs and activities.
Customers can join Time Please and register their hours to do a #GlobeofGood. They can visit http://timeplease.ph and follow Globe Bridging Communities on Facebook for more details.
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