DigiPlus allots P100M for CSR

11:34 AM March 04, 2024
DigiPlus allots P100M for CSR

A DigiPlus employee helps paint classroom walls at a recent Balik Eskwela event in Tondo, Manila. PHOTO FROM DIGIPLUS

DigiPlus Interactive Corp (DigiPlus) is planning to spend more than P100 million on its corporate social responsibiltiy (CSR) programs, a 500 percent increase from its previous budget of P20 million for CSR.

The CSR programs will be implemented through BingoPlus Foundation.


“BingoPlus Foundation is an aspect of our business we take great pride in,” said Andy Tsui, DigiPlus president,.

“Through the foundation, we provide concrete support to members of the community that have helped make us such a successful business to begin with,” Tsui said.


“That’s why this year, we’re going the extra mile to strategically offer the best possible support and assistance to Filipinos via four pillars of advocacy,” he said.

BingoPlus foundation has listed these four pillars of advocacy:

—Bingo sa Edukasyon to support the next generation of Filipino tech talents.

In 2023, the BingoPlus Foundation signed a three-year FutureSmart Scholarship Program worth P6 million with iACADEMY. Ten scholars are now studying under this program, and with the larger budget in 2024, the foundation is hopeful they’ll be able to support even more young tech students.

—Bingo sa Kalusugan to provide access to health care for Filipinos in need. This would involve not only providing financial support to ailing Filipinos in need, but also potentially aiding local hospitals by boosting their facilities.

—Bingo sa Malasakit, which focuses on community safety and resilience. In 2023, through major events such as Paskong BingoPlus and National Bingo Day Celebration, the foundation was able to reach out to over 7000 indigent families.

—Bingo sa Online Safety which focuses primarily on responsible digitalization. As more and more of our daily lives get attached to digital platforms, BingoPlus Foundation seeks to create safe online environments for all.


“We strongly believe in the four pillars that the BingoPlus Foundation are focused on,” said Tsui.

“We’re excited to see all their hard work and planning come to fruition in the coming year. We hope to help more and more people in 2024 and the years to come,” he said.

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