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Xiaomi brings holiday cheer to families, students of Baseco

Xiaomi Philippines partnered with World Vision in donating backpacks containing school supplies to 400 Grade 12 students of Pres. Corazon Aquino Senior High School as well as 400 Noche Buena packs for families located at Baseco.

World Vision is child-focused relief, development, and advocacy organization. Through the partnership, World Vision has identified the Grade 12 students of Pres. Corazon C. Aquino Senior High School to be the beneficiaries of Xiaomi’s school supplies.

Baseco is an urban poor area (Barangay 649) in the city of Manila, under the administrative district of Port Area.

“Xiaomi believes in the importance of the role of education in a child’s development,” said Tomi Adrias, head of Marketing, Xiaomi Philippines. “And as children were one of the most vulnerable during the pandemic, we want to step up in providing assistance for the students and use this as an opportunity to pay back the support given to us by the Xiaomi community throughout the year.”

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“We are thankful and grateful for these blessings,” said Danabel Bautista, officer-in-charge and representative of Pres. Corazon Aquino Senior High School. “Amid the pandemic, helping each other is still evident and we do this for the children’s future.”

Xiaomi Philippines also participated in World Vision’s Noche Buena program by donating 400 food packs to families in Baseco.

In 2005, World Vision started its campaign as a way to bring joy to more than 33,000 Filipino homes every Christmas by donating a Noche Buena package.

“Thank you so much Xiaomi Philippines, you made a lot of families happy this Christmas,” said Chifadel Mabolo, program manager of Baseco, World Vision.

This year, Xiaomi reached key milestones when it comes to growth, including becoming the No. 2 smartphone globally in Q2 2021 and the No. 3 smartphone brand in the Philippines, as well as becoming the no. 1 wearables vendor worldwide in Q2 2021.