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Teleperformance hosted the 22nd anniversary celebration of Kythe Foundation held on March 15 at the Marikina Youth Camp. The event is part of the community service initiatives of Teleperformance through its corporate social responsibility arm Citizen of the World (COTW).
Nearly 50 children who are being treated for chronic illnesses at Kythe’s affiliate hospitals – AFP Medical Center, National Children’s Hospital, Philippine Children’s Medical Center and UST Hospital – were invited to an afternoon of fun games and adventure, together with their big brothers and sisters from Teleperformance. Aside from food, face painting and game booths, the children also enjoyed the inflatable play areas, mini go-cart track, and the roving street magician.
Aida Reyes, one of the Kythe guardians and a regular attendee of Teleperformance-organized events for Kythe, shared how these activities bring joy to her grandson, Kyle Adones, despite his medical condition. Meanwhile, first-time attendee Maria Fe Capuras was very thankful to Teleperformance and Kythe for inviting them to join the celebration since it gave her son, Dahryl, to interact and play with other children. Both guardians agreed that through these activities, Kythe patients become regular children again who get to enjoy games, unwary of their physical condition and illnesses.
The celebration was attended by nearly 100 Teleperformance employees and leaders by led COTW President Jeffrey Johnson, who expressed his gratitude to Kythe Foundation for allowing Teleperformance to share its resources with the children and their families. With the successful partnership between the two organizations, Jeffrey reaffirms Teleperformance’s commitment to be an active supporter of the foundation.
Also present were members of Kythe Foundation, led by its executive director and co-founder Girlie Lorenzo who thanked Teleperformance and its employees for the continuous support for Kythe and the children.
As part of Teleperformance’s thrust to strengthen partnerships with schools and universities, increase brand awareness among the students, and uphold the interests of the youth in the arts, academics, and business, the company recently sponsored a musical production staged by the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Faculty of Arts and Letters.
Presented at the Beato Angelico Gallery, “Crescendo – Art, Music and Beauty at its Peak” featured the performance of UST Faculty of Arts and Letters students whose repertoire included rendition of classic and contemporary favorites. Guests, including UST alumni and other supporters, were also treated to an evening of poetry-reading and an art exhibition of the gallery’s featured artists.
Crescendo highlights the 50th anniversary celebration of UST’s Faculty of Arts and Letters.
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