Use XP boxes and help Bantay Bata and World Vision

Community News & Features May 16, 2005 at 2:35 pm

Finally, we have a Filipino-owned company with the firm commitment to give support to World Vision Canada and Bantay Bata Philippines. Spearheaded by Mr. Romulo “Bhoy” Pellos and Mr. Santiago Hofilena with their humble desire to contribute to the continued support of the above- mentioned charitable institutions, The XP International Services Inc pioneers this worthy cause in the industry.

The XP International Services Inc. is a joint business venture by the two partners who continue to value the long-forgotten Filipino tradition of sharing and giving back the blessings to their “kababayans” back in the Philippines.

“Many of us came to Canada and gained success and a better life here, yet some of us if not most, have forgotten our poor and needy people back home in the Philippines. It is high time to share our blessings not only to our mother land but equally to Canada, our host country and our new home” says Romulo “Bhoy” Pellos, Chief Executive Office.

“We encourage all our customers and patrons to support the needy and the less fortunate in a very simple way without having to push monetary solicitations and burden them financially. It’s really very simple! For example, just send a “balikbayan box” through us, and you can rest assured that you automatically donated two dollars to Bantay Bata Foundation and World Vision Canada.” adds Bhoy.

The XP International Services Incorporated promises to give all their customers the opportunity to be involved in this charitable cause by offering diversified services. This include “Door to Door Cargo Services, Bottled Water Distribution, Money Remittances, Local and International Moving Services and Manpower and Human Resource Services.”

“This is only the beginning. We are looking forward to do more worthwhile and cause oriented projects in the future (in fact we have already started some) because we want to encourage everyone to share and help those who are not as fortunate” says Bhoy in closing.