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Give Back to Performing Arts Scholars and Typhoon Victims With Globaltronics

Technology innovator Globaltronics  continues to help and accept donations for typhoon victims and performing arts scholars of The Performing Arts and Recreation Center (PARC) Foundation until December 31, 2020. 

If you would like to help, you may send cash donations through GCASH Express Send MACY G. 0917 526 2762. For check deposits or wire transfers, please see details below.

              Bank: Bank of The Philippine Islands

              Account No.: 4931-0062-96

              Swift Code: BOPHIPHMM

              Account Name: Performing Arts and Recreation Center Foundation, Inc.

For in-kind donations, contact BAYANI at 0905 430 4372 or visit The PARC Foundation, 494 Lt. Artiaga Street, Brgy. Corazon De Jesus, San Juan City, Metro Manila, Philippines 1500.

What’s more, Globaltronics recently organized “Spirit of Giving 2020,” a charity online concert, together with its corporate social responsibility affiliate at the Guido Group of Companies (GGC) and The PARC Foundation at the DigiPARC live streamed on Facebook and YouTube.

Proceeds from this charity event will go to the calamity-stricken families in Cagayan Valley, Marikina, Rizal, and Bicol, as well as the PARCaralan scholars whose activities were disrupted by COVID-19.

“Spirit of Giving” concert by Globaltronics

The online concert started with a performance of the Philippine Rock Icon, Ramon “RJ” Jacinto, who sang his own composition, Philippines, My Philippines, which talked about love of country, as well as countrymen and countrywomen.

The PARCaralan Scholars came next with their back-to-back performances of Christmas songs, highlighted by Samantha Louise Torzar’s soulful rendition of Oh, Holy Night.

During the concert, celebrity supporters congratulated Globaltronics for putting up DigiPARC, encouraged artists and businesses to stay productive and relevant under the new normal, and appealed to the viewers to donate. These celebrities included Mr. and Miss Chinatown Philippines 2020 runners up and winners Justin Yap and Cassandra Chan, Feng Shui Master Hanz Cua, Philippines’ “King of Talk” Boy Abunda, and  RJ Jacinto.

Mr. Chinatown and Ms. Chinatown

Next to perform was 3rd Avenue, the country’s premiere wedding band. The band performed a cover of Smokey Mountain’s Paraiso, a James Ingram medley, an OPM medley, and the band’s original songs.

Timothy Lee, Globaltronics VP for sales and business development, joined 3rd Avenue and performed James Ingram and Patty Austin’s How Do You Keep the Music Playing and A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman.

The concert ended with a Christmas carol medley by The PARCaralan Scholars, 3rd Avenue, and Timothy Lee. Viewers from the Philippines and other parts of the world donated before, during, and after the online concert was over.

3rd Avenue

The events place, DigiPARC, came about when Globaltronics repurposed several spaces inside The PARC
Foundation into digital studios using state-of-the-art LED screens, Philips commercial displays, digital iPosters, and audio-visual and lighting equipment. DigiPARC studios (Black Box, Creativity Hall, Gallery, and Wilmer Ong Guido Hall) are ideal for corporate and private online events. Part of the proceeds from rentals of the studios goes to a fund supporting the PARCaralan scholars’ online classes and other activities.

For more details about renting the DigiPARC studios, you can visit their website. A 24/7 chatbot can attend to your concerns. You may also call (02) 8721-2878 from Monday to Friday, and a Globaltronics sales representative will assist you.

You may also visit PARC Foundation’s website and their Facebook, or contact (02) 8350 6356.


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