The Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) has teamed up with the Contact Center Association of the Philippines (CCAP) and Accenture Philippines for the annual gift-giving program called My Dream in a Shoebox. Now in its eight year, the program aims to collect 75,000 shoeboxes filled with pens, pencils, papers, and crayons that will be distributed to impoverished children nationwide. As the industry enjoys accelerated growth and development, it is also expanding its ambition to help more lives through its annual gift-giving activity. According to IBPAP executive chairman Benedict Hernandez, the IT-BPM industry believes that education is a key to the development of the country and the project helps build a brighter future for the communities.
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