Epson Philippines provided technical training on the use of its products to the faculty and students of San Jose Elementary School Pag-Ibig sa Nayon Annex, Quezon City last April 30 as part of the company’s Gift of Brightness advocacy.
The event acquainted the school on the proper use of the equipment handed over to them by Epson which included L220 Multifunction color printers, M100 Single Function monochrome printers, an LQ310 dot matrix printer, LW400 label printers, projectors, a document camera, as well as inks and ribbons for the printers.
The Gift of Brightness Program was launched by Epson in 2013 in partnership with different media and government institutions to select schools that can benefit the most from the equipment that the company is donating.
The San Jose Elementary School Pag-Ibig sa Nayon Annex constantly ranks among the top schools of DepEd’s NCR Quezon City Division. It is among the 30 schools across the Philippines that have already benefited from the advocacy.
Epson is currently selecting another batch of beneficiaries that would receive the same technology package.
“The Epson Gift of Brightness program is our advocacy for education and the Filipino youth. After our first partnership with the Department of Education last year, we are now embarking on another batch of beneficiaries for the Epson-DepEd Gift of Brightness, and some other schools that have directly asked Epson for help. We are focusing on selecting schools from areas that have yet to receive a similar donation. The new batch of GoB schools will be very soon,” said Ms. Donna V. Ferro, Epson’s head of Marketing Communications and PR.