EFI promotes social responsibility through sustainable livelihood & education

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Esquire Financing, Inc.’s (EFI) corporate social responsibility is executed through HELP Foundation or “Helping Entrepreneurs Launch Plentitude”, an NGO established in 2006 by EFI Chairman & CEO Rajan Uttamchandani. With over 30 branches across the main island of Luzon, the HELP Foundation advocates for sustainable livelihood by growing promising micro-businesses. EFI has also partnered with Gawad Kalinga to support its child and youth development programs. Among other programs, HELP has sponsored two schools called Sibol School 1 and 2. These schools, mainly coursed toward educating pre-school children ages 3 to 6, were completed in 2011. EFI aims to open more schools and provide more children with access to education.

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