Highlights

Together with ANCE, Dreamscape Networks brightened the days of children in Cebu with donations of educational supplies last June 23, 2017.

As part of their corporate social responsibility, Dreamscape’s Family Welfare Program (FWP) committee therefore held Brigada Eskwela 2017.

In partner with the ANCE Daycare Center, Dreamscape was able to reach as many as 80 children for the event.

Within the Cebu Chinese Cemetery, surrounded by tombstones and sheltered under a mausoleum, is the center’s makeshift classroom.

The daycare center gives support to those families living in the cemetery and also in the nearby barangays who want their children to have access to preschool education.

Dreamscape’s FWP committee has also long partnered with the programs and activities of various non-profit organisations around the world.

Furthermore, Dreamscape held a free meals event and donated office equipment, which includes computers and chairs to a school for the hearing impaired, just last year.

Working with ANCE

Mary Jane Edil Uy, the daycare center’s head adviser, opened the event with a presentation from her students, who were three years old and above.

Dreamscape Networks donated educational supplies to ANCE

This presentation was followed by remarks from Atty. Ann Suson, HR Manager of Dreamscape Networks. Afterward, Atty. Ann Suson and the Dreamscape Networks staff helped distribute backpacks and school supplies (notebooks and pencils) to the excited children.

Smiles and laughter filled the classroom. Around 80 children, along with their families, attended the event. And finally concluding the short yet meaningful event, the children gave another lively presentation.

ANCE describes itself as a nonstock, nonprofit government organization. According to the organisation’s Facebook page, ANCE “commits to nurture, enhance and protect the interests and well being of children and their families, especially the marginalized ones.”

The Dreamscape Networks team in attendance (in no particular order) were Anjan Tamang, Atty. Ann Suson, Janice Gabaca Rey Granada, Kin Orbe, Gretchen Insular, Edward Palileo, and Marvin Llanos.

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