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Rebuilding schools for the Filipino youth

As Krispy Kreme celebrates its 10th year in the Philippines, the well-loved doughnut brand keeps on sharing the joy in a more meaningful way by helping communities together with World Vision Philippines.
Krispy Kreme Philippines and World Vision successfully completed the improvement of Imelda Elementary School’s Science Laboratory, which was turned over to the school at a recently held ceremony in Malabon.

Present during the event were the Principal of Imelda Elementary School, Mary Lu Rocela Cabais; Communications Manager of World Vision, Genesis Jeff Lamigo; and Senior Marketing Manager of Krispy Kreme Philippines, Ariane Valinton.

Present during the turnover ceremony of Imelda Elementary School’s Science laboratory are (from left) a student of the school, Science teacher Jalmelyn Marucot, School Principal Mary Lu Rocela Cabais, World Vision Communications Manager Genesis Jeff Lamigo and Krispy Kreme Senior Marketing Manager Ariane Valinton
Parents and students of Imelda Elementary School also attended this special occasion. By 2017, Krispy Kreme and World Vision intend to turn over two additional classrooms to the school.

Krispy Kreme Philippines, a member of Max’s Group, Inc. (MGI), has always been anchored on its mission of spreading the joy of sharing.

“Max’s Group has always placed a premium on reaching out to communities to help uplift their lives, and Krispy Kreme shares the same belief as it supports the youth and public schools,” says MGI Chairperson and Krispy Kreme Philippines CEO Sharon T. Fuentebella. “Even the smallest donations can go a long way, and when we put them all together, there’s definitely a lot that we can do just like improving a Science laboratory and building better classrooms for the benefit of the Filipino youth.”

Krispy Kreme will donate P20 to World Vision Philippines for every purchase of a half dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts in specially designed tin cans 
Doughnut lovers will get the opportunity to share in this mission as each purchase of a half dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts packaged in specially designed tin cans will allow Krispy Kreme to contribute P20 to World Vision Philippines.

“For Krispy Kreme, it’s not only about enjoying your favorite doughnut, but also sharing the joy that comes with it by helping and reaching out to more people,” said Valinton. “This special promo that we’re having serves as a campaign to help raise funds for the construction and improvement of even more public school classrooms.”

Celebrate 10 years of sharing the joy with Krispy Kreme Philippines and help touch the lives of many more people.

Topics: Krispy Kreme Philippines , World Vision Philippines , Imelda Elementary School’s Science Laboratory

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