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realme With You: realme gives back to community this holiday season through CSR roadshow

realme caps off its annual holiday campaign by rolling out CSR events with Cancer Warriors Foundation Inc. Cavite and Make-A-Wish Philippines Foundation

realme Philippines radiates the spirit of giving this holiday season through its annual realme With You campaign. As 2023 comes to an end, the smartphone brand expressed gratitude to the unwavering support of the Squad by giving back to the community. realme rolled out a two-stop CSR roadshow to give out Yellow Surprises to beneficiaries of Cancer Warriors Foundation Inc. Cavite and Make-A-Wish Philippines Foundation.

In the first leg of the CSR roadshow last December 2, realme set the stage with a heartwarming donation of brand new smartphones, tablets, and small appliances to the Cancer Warriors Foundation Inc. in Cavite. This brought smiles to the faces of children and volunteers who display incredible resilience in the face of challenges.

realme continued unveiling Yellow Surprises by organizing an art gallery tour of the Art In Island for beneficiaries of Make-A-Wish Philippines for the second stop of the CSR roadshow on December 10. Following the tour, realme also donated brand new tablets to volunteers of the foundation along with other devices to reach more children beneficiaries. On top of this, each child who joined the tour wished for either a smartphone or tablet which realme granted as well.

In order to provide a better CSR experience to the Make-A-Wish Foundation beneficiaries, realme partnered with Nissan Philippines. The automotive brand provided cars to transport the volunteers, children, and guardians to Art In Island as well as to the lunch venue. Another highlight of this partnership was showcasing the capabilities of the all-electric Nissan LEAF, wherein the children were provided with ice cream stored in a freezer that was solely powered by the Nissan LEAF’s vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology.