40 Seconds of Hope, 40 seconds were all that Globe, DLSU-CSB(De la Salle University-College of Saint Benilde) and NGF(Natasha Goulbourn Foundation) to find the top three winners of the competition.
With only 40 seconds, groups of Filipinos create animated videos that can convey the campaign and advocacy of the stakeholders to promote awareness on mental health in Filipinos. The five finalists chosen this year were the video “Hope in your hands”, “Light beyond Shadows”, “Out of Reach”, “Hope^4” and “Black and White” and last April 18 the top three favorites were crowned at the Globe Tower in Bonifacio Global City.
Yoly Crisanto the SVP for Globe said that “Globe actively reaches out to vulnerable sectors of society, particularly the youth, to protect them against all forms of bullying, psychological stress and trauma. And as a company driven by purpose to transform the Philippines into a digital nation, we are tapping technology to extend assistance to more people in need”. Representing Globe, she spoke about the stance of the company on mental health issues and expressed that they want to use technology not only as a tool to make lives easier but make lives better. Through their show of support in the form of awarding the groups of Filipinos, their solidarity with those affected that Globe is a company that only cares about profit, but they also care about the profit of the people they serve.
Globe cares, and they’ve shown their care for the country in many ways already, and they still aim to find ways to make our lives even better.
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