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For Direct Donations to Hungry Geeks Philippines Incorporated – NGO please see details below:
If in the USA please use PayPal or Remitly:
PayPal Account: email@example.com
Remitly: Please use the selection Send in PHP (Philippine Peso) not in US $ (Dollar) [this will allow your donation deposited direct to our bank account]
Bank: BPI (Bank of the Philippine Island)
Account Number: 4699022077
First Name: Christian
Last Name: Brillo
Street Address: Blk3 Lot4 Astana Subd., Calawisan
City: Lapu Lapu
Phone Number: 9253018416
If in the Philippines please use Gcash:
Gcash Account Number: 09253018416
Gcash Account Name: Christian Brillo
Much like using Food-as-Medicine for our bodies; Internet Access provides food for our brains. We enthusiastically support creative companies like Facebook and Cisco for their philanthropic contributions in their attempts to provide affordable Internet Access for everyone.
The future of the world economy is a knowledge economy — the Internet, its backbone. They’re going to use it to decide what kind of government they want. Get access to health care for the first time ever. Connect with family hundreds of miles away. Getting access to the Internet is a really big deal.
Mark Zuckerberg – Internet.org
Cisco defines the Internet of Everything (IoE) as bringing together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before-turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for businesses, individuals, and countries. The future is now, And tomorrow starts here.
Hungry Geeks Philippines Incorporated
Blk 3 Lot 4 Astana Subdivision, Calawisan, Lapu-Lapu City,
Local #: +63 925 301 8416
USA #: +1 832 204 9988
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