Sunday, September 18, 2022

BPI enables easy way to send donations digitally

“The goal of the donation facility is to make helping and caring for more people more convenient and accessible. We are helping empower our clients to support charities and advocacies they believe in by providing them a centralized online portal to send financial support safely, easily, and free of charge. With this new digital service, we hope to further spark the bayanihan spirit of our kababayans and inspire them to be socially conscious and to give back to communities, particularly those devasted by typhoons, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and other catastrophes. We are also launching this in time for the ‘ber months’ – the widely known start of the holiday season in the country, which is indeed a time for caring and sharing. The donation facility provides our clients an easy and error-free option to send help without the need to enroll the beneficiary or key in an account number.” ~Noel Santiago, BPI Chief Digital Officer

For Filipinos, the stormy season has become equivalent to disasters like hurricanes, serious flooding, and avalanches. A single super hurricane - like Odette in December 2021 - can prompt the passings of many individuals, the dislodging of thousands, and the far reaching obliteration of structures and fundamental framework across urban communities and regions in the Philippines. Situated along the ring of fire, the nation is additionally defenseless against destruction unleashing volcanic ejections and quakes.

Hence, when everything goes awry, individuals should have the option to meet up to rapidly help those out of luck. Tending to this worry, this September, the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has made it simpler for anybody to in a split second give help to the people who need it the most at the time they need it. Another element on BPI On the web and the BPI Versatile application called eDonate currently allows clients to give carefully to noble cause and establishments that can uphold huge number of underestimated Filipinos.

At this point, clients can send cash for gifts to 10 magnanimous associations through BPI's eDonate administration. These incorporate the Asian World Place for Missions, Ayala Establishment, Inc., Caritas Manila, CBN Asia, Companions of Trust, Jesuit Correspondence Establishment, Activity Favors Establishment, Save The Kids, television Maria Establishment, and WWF-Philippines.

More charities and foundations are in the pipeline, according to Santiago. 

Send donations conveniently

All clients with BPI Online credentials can use the new digital service simply by going to the BPI Mobile app, swiping up, tapping “BPI eDonate,” and following the steps indicated in sending a donation. Likewise, the service can be accessed directly by visiting

Once a transaction is completed, eDonate gives donors the option to request an official receipt of donation. The user can simply send a request to the charity or foundation using the email address provided in the email confirmation. 

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The 170-year-old Bank of the Philippine Islands is the first bank in the Philippines and Southeast Asia. We are licensed as a universal bank by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas to provide a diverse range of financial services: deposit taking and cash management, payments, lending and leasing, asset management, bancassurance, investment banking, securities brokerage, and foreign exchange and capital markets. BPI has significant financial strength, with robust Tier 1 capital adequacy ratios and profitability, underpinned by a stringent compliance and risk management regimes. E-mail: Media: Investors: Bank of the Philippine Islands l Ayala North Exchange Tower 1, Ayala Avenue corner Salcedo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City 1229 PH l +632 8246 6364l

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