SNAP Lights Up Children’s Faces at Annual Gift Giving

Posted on November 27, 2019
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Steadfast in its promise of giving back, renewable energy company SN Aboitiz Power Group (SNAP Group) brought joy to over 1,700 students in Benguet, Isabela, and Ifugao through its annual gift-giving drive this holiday season. The first leg of the tradition was held in Alfonso Lista, Ifugao, where 334 students from Sto. Domingo Elementary School and Sto. Domingo Elementary School-Annex received lunch boxes on December 5, 2019. The drive was led by AVP/Site Manager Willy Ferrer.

On December 10, 750 students from General Aguinaldo Elementary School in Ramon, Isabela enjoyed the same gifts. Ambatali Elementary School, only on its second year as host community of SNAP, also received lunch boxes for its 430 students on the same day. Both visits in Ramon were led by Operations Sr. Manager Ed Bundalian.

SNAP management’s visit to Ambuklao Elementary School in Bokod, Benguet was headed by President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Joseph Yu on December 26. A total of 130 students and 10 teachers, most of whom reside far from the school, received the same lunch box packages. To everyone’s delight, the students expressed their gratitude to SNAP by rendering a Christmas song.

Now on its fifth year, SNAP’s Tsinelas Project also drew smiles from the 104 students of General Aguinaldo Elementary School-Annex in Isla Verde, Ramon on December 13. Besides the lunch boxes, the children also received chocolates and slippers funded by the employees themselves. The visit was led by Ed Bundalian, the project’s initiator.

SNAP Group is a joint venture between SN Power and AboitizPower. It owns and operates the 380-388 MW Magat Hydro on the border of Isabela and Ifugao, the 8.5-MW Maris hydro in Isabela as well as the 105-MW Ambuklao Hydro and the 140-MW Binga Hydro in Benguet.

PHOTO CAPTION: SN Aboitiz Power (SNAP) President and CEO Joseph Yu high-fives one of the students of Ambuklao Elementary School in Bokod, Benguet during the Ambuklao leg of the company’s annual gift-giving drive.