Thursday, 25 February 2010 14:39
Manila, Philippines – February 25, 2010 – Ayannah, a leading provider of innovative services that enable secure, reliable and convenient transactions for online and mobile communities, announced that Sendah has been chosen by KilosKo Foundation to be a preferred e-commerce service provider for KilosKo’s online fundraising activities.
According to KilosKo spokesperson, Atty. Joy Roxas, KilosKo Foundation supports projects and initiatives that strengthen democratic institutions in the Philippines. As part of KilosKo’s participation in the historic May 2010 National Elections in the Philippines, KilosKo is raising funds to support the activities of volunteers who will insure that the May 2010 National Elections will be clean and peaceful and who will support the candidacy of honest and competent public servants who are running for elective positions in both legislative and executive branches of the Philippine government.
Atty. Roxas adds, “We are very pleased to work with Ayannah which has agreed to provide technical services to support our online fundraising activities.”
Ayannah Chief Legal Counsel, Atty. Christine Urgelllo adds, “We are privileged to have been chosen by KilosKo to provide technical services. We are happy to be involved in efforts that strengthen democratic institutions in the Philippines. The May 2010 National Elections are critical in the development of Philippine democracy. It will be the first automated elections in the Philippines. We hope to do our part in insuring that the elections are fair and peaceful.”
Ayannah recently launched Sendah, a unified online service that allows expatriates to stay connected and maintain relationships. Sendah is a preferred way to send load or prepaid airtime credits, money and gifts to loved ones in the Philippines.
For additional information of the news that is the subject of this release, you may contact Ms. Dyza Portugal or visit www.ayannah.com.