BPI Foundation gives back to the Philippines’ uniformed men through financial wellness sessions

BPI gives back to the Philippines
Seated from left: The representatives from the Ayala Group, namely, Ambassador Marciano Paynor Jr., and Mr. John Philip Orbeta, Managing Directors of Ayala Corporation, sign the Memorandum of Understanding for the “Saludo sa Serbisyo” Program with recently retired PNP Chief Camilo Pancratius Cascolan and PBGEN Rolando Hinanay.

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Foundation is giving back to the Philippines’ uniformed men through financial wellness sessions

The project is part of the foundation’s goal of building a financially inclusive Philippines by supporting the Ayala Group’s “Saludo sa Serbisyo” – a cohesive, needs-based and sustainable program for the welfare of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Philippine Air Force (PAF), and Philippine National Police (PNP) – through financial wellness.

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With the recent signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Ayala Group and the PNP, the police personnel will now have access to the different offerings of the program.

Aiming to help create and propagate a culture of financial wellness, BPI Foundation will provide “FinEd Unboxed” enablement sessions for the men and women in uniform, and a Technical-Vocational (TechVoc) livelihood training program for their unemployed spouses. To know more about BPI Foundation and its programs, visit www.bpifoundation.org.

BPI Foundation also partnered with Atikha for OFW financial education and reintegration, and with Philam Foundation for BAYAN SAVES financial education advocacy for kids.

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