PlayPark Gift Giving Activity in Mindanao
Dahil sa PlayPark, Dito Masaya at Nagtutulungan
True to its commitment of spreading the saya, PlayPark hosted a Gift Giving activity to the affected communities of Mindanao’s recent earthquakes. The Gift Giving activity was brought together by PlayPark Philippines, the Mindanao Gamers and Community and the local government.
Xtreme Paskuhan 2019 in Davao
Back in December 2019, right before the 3rd leg of PlayPark Xtreme Paskuhan, the residents of Mindanao were hit with several earthquakes across the region. In response to this, PlayPark Philippines made a commitment to donate all the proceeds from the entrance fee of PPXP 2019 Davao to the victims. PlayPark GMs Jabie, Summer, Jills and Void went to host the party for the PlayPark Mindanao gaming community last December 20, 2019 at MuzikHaven Restobar in Davao City. Though many cancelled plans to attend because of the tragedies, the Mindanao gamers got together to bring their donations and celebrate the past year of awesome gaming fun.
The Gift Giving Activity
Just in time for Valentines Day 2020, PlayPark Philippines, in cooperation with volunteers and the local government of Purok 5, Nicholas Carbonel Ordaneza District, Padada, Davao del Sur, hosted a Gift Giving Activity for the residents and community affected by the Mindanao earthquakes. Thanks to the coordination of the PlayPark employees and volunteers, Brgy. Captain Dario Ordaneza and Brgy. Sec. Emelita Olamit, residents were gathered to receive dozens of helpful supplies and necessities.
After the Gift Giving, the community got together to enjoy a boodle fight.
Thank you for supporting the PlayPark Gift Giving activity
This activity to give back was possible from the combined effort of PlayPark Philippines, the gaming community, the volunteers and local government. PlayPark wishes to inspire all to give back whenever possible. Be agents of joy and compassion. Dahil sa PlayPark, dito masaya.
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