Make Giving a Habit
AttiGO, the country’s newest online shop with a heart, recently partnered with World Vision Development Foundation Inc. (WVDF) to support the latter’s community programs aimed at improving the lives of over 120,000 children and 16 million people in 33 provinces and 44 cities in the Philippines.
By using the voucher code WorldVision60th, buyers enjoy a 10% discount on AttiGO products and part of the proceeds goes to WVDF. This is the company’s way of giving back to the community and helping struggling families break the cycle of poverty.
AttiGO recently partnered with World Vision Development Foundation, Inc. (WVDF) to fight poverty. From L – R: Rommel V. Fuerte, WVDF acting executive director; Jun N. Godornes, WVDF resource development director; William Ong Co, AttiGO vice president; and Frances Que, AttiGO marketing manager.
“Every time a customer buys an item from our online shop, that person paves the way for the betterment of society by helping raise funds for a child’s schooling and providing sustainable livelihood to this family. The effect is multiplied further when the customer donates an additional amount to his or her charity of choice. Thus, AttiGO contributes to the nation when more customers buy (and donate) through its platform,” according to Frances Que, AttiGO marketing manager.
“Buyers can also donate to WVDF by using the same voucher code upon checkout. This entitles the user to a 10% discount on regular AttiGO items, or 5% on items discounted up to 50%. In short, the buyer gets discounts while enjoying the privilege of sharing,” Que added.
Help Others While Shopping
The idea of sharing and helping others is one of the reasons why AttiGo exists. Since it was launched in January this year, the e-commerce platform has always explored ways where customers can share their blessings while shopping. Initially intended to be a low-key but high-quality online shop, the company is now an important channel where buyers can help marginalized members of society.
“In a nation where people are always shopping or buying something for themselves, it warms the heart when buyers think of the less fortunate who can’t eat three meals a day, or kids who can’t go to school because of poverty,” Que said.
“While education per se is not the answer to poverty, it allows people to do useful work that impacts the economy and the society at large. By helping the poor and sharing their blessings, people create ripples that affect a large part of humanity. When giving becomes intentional or habitual, it creates a sense of fulfillment on the part of the giver. AttiGO provides the venue that allows sharing to be a habit among its customers,” Que concluded.
Make giving a habit. Shop at www.attigo.com.ph today.
AttiGO recently partnered with World Vision Development Foundation, Inc. (WVDF) to fight poverty. Present in the ceremonial signing were Rommel V. Fuerte, WVDF acting executive director, Jun N. Godornes, WVDF resource development director; William Ong Co,