David Highbloom On Office Partners360 Donation to Adopt-A-School-Program and Its Mission to Vaccinate Its First Batch of Employees Against COVID-19

David Highbloom On Office Partners360 Donation to Adopt-A-School-Program and Its Mission to Vaccinate Its First Batch of Employees Against COVID-19

OfficePartners360 is a credible and leading name when it comes to customer service, technological support, and administration with an endeavor to invest in the communities it conducts its business in. As a part of its Global Social Responsibility, OP360 has recently conducted a highly successful Adopt-A-School Program that has resulted in the organization making a donation to a beneficiary school located in the Philippines.

DavidHighbloom speaks about The Adopt-A-School Program

Business leader with more than 25 years of valuable experience in progressive thought leadership, David Highbloom is the Chief Administrative Officer of OfficePartners360. He says that in the Adopt-A-School Program, the school that received the donation is Don Vicente Rama Memorial Elementary School- Special Education Center.

He says that Don Vicente was one of the eight schools in the Philippines located in Cebu Province to be nominated as the beneficiary school, Inayawan Night High School, Hipodromo Elementary School, Toong Integrated School, and Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center, and Kamanggahan Elementary School, and Estaca Integrated School.

A priority project was granted to each school

Every one of these schools was given a priority project for which the grant would be used. The company’s management team selected the winner, Don Vicente because the school caters to kids that have special educational needs. The school will use this donation to buy learning aids like multimedia projectors, a new sound system, television sets, and other important things for the school.

As a surprise, OP360 gave all the nominee schools multiple computers. The company is optimistic that this donation will assist students who are struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Taking care of its employees with a vaccination drive

When it comes to the present pandemic, OP360 has a mission to keep its company employees free from infections. This is why it recently vaccinated its first batch of employees. It created a registration hub online for the pre-verification of documents. The company’s certified Safety & Health Officers and first aiders took the onsite support. Vaccination was administered to 42 employees from the company. On the 28th of May, 2021, they received their first shot of Oxford-AstraZeneca from the Visayas Community Medical Center or the VCMC.

OP360 is the first BPO in Cebu City that has successfully inoculated its first batch of employees. The company made the process comfortable by giving each of their employees a vaccination kit with a bottle of water, biscuits, a fan, and a pen. The employees appreciated the above gesture as the vaccination drive was conducted during the summers in the Philippines, where the temperatures soar up to 41oC.

David Highbloom said the efforts of the company paid off well. Employees appreciated and wrote good reviews of the drive on the post-vaccination survey conducted by the company. They highlighted in general that the process was smooth and seamless. One of the employees, named Joni Paez, who was vaccinated, said that everyone was very accommodating and supportive during the whole process. In the meantime, some employees took to social media to write posts about how happy and satisfied they were with the efforts of OP360 to vaccinate them and take care of them well during the drive.

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