Aquabest Supports Knowledge Channel Foundation

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Aquabest and its mother company GQWEST Inc would like to announce its support for Project Knowledge.

Project Knowledge is a project by the students of the University of the Philippines and the Knowledge Channel Foundation (KCFI) to support the education of needy students. The foundation aims to improve the lives of poor Filipino children by helping provide quality education for them. For the past 10 years, the Foundation has been working towards this mission through the Knowledge Channel (KCh). KCFI provides public schools educational TV facilities at no cost to them. So far, 2,000 schools reaching 2.9M students have been provided with access to Knowledge Channel and its programs.

“Education is the key to improving the lives of numerous less fortunate children the education they receive will be more important than any other assistance in preparing them to succeed in life. That is why we are proud to support Project Knowledge “says Carson Tan CEO of GQWEST.

In support of the project the company in cooperation with the students and the KCFI set up a Facebook fan page for the project. For every like the page will receive, Aquabest will donate five pesos to the foundation. To support the project, simply log onto Facebook search the Project Knowledge and press like.

For more information on the project please visit, http://www.facebook.com/projectknowledge . So come on and make a difference in the lives of these children support Project Knowledge.

IN PHOTO: Aquabest’s Joel Cruz, Marketing and Communications Manager and Almira Antiporda, Corporate Communications Head signs contract with Knowledge Channel at Aquabest Main Office.

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