March 5, 2024

Renewable energy solutions provider SNAP-Benguet turned over a total of P5.3 million to the provincial government of Benguet for the construction of five classrooms in Itogon.
Some 400 students from Gold Creek Elementary School and Pacalso Elementary School are set to benefit from SNAP-Benguet’s donations, as well as the counterpart funds provided by the provincial government of Benguet.
“(These) schools are fortunate for having a company like SNAP-Benguet that considers the plight of education in the areas (where) they operate. I hope students will treasure and be inspired by these projects,” Itogon I Public School District Supervisor Joseph A. Pacpaco said.
“We recognize the hard work that the provincial government of Benguet is doing to propel educational services in the area forward. This drive toward positive change resonates with us at SNAP, which is why we continue to partner with the government and communities for these types of endeavors,” said SNAP Vice President for Corporate Affairs Mike C. Hosillos.
“Since the partnership of SN Power and AboitizPower acquired the Binga and Ambuklao Hydropower Plants in our province, they have always manifested their support for our community development projects,” said Benguet Gov. Melchor D. Diclas
In December 2018, SNAP-Benguet also signed a memorandum of agreement to fund Nawal Elementary School’s roof rehabilitation project and Binga Elementary School’s tile-floor installation for nine classrooms under the Department of Education’s Adopt-a-School Program. – Press release