MAKATI CITY, Philippines, May 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- "Inspiring fitness. Challenging disability. Changing lives," Ryan's Run works with Allied Services Integrated Health System to help children and adults with physical disabilities. They are one of the Silver Charity Partners of the world's biggest marathon, the TCS New York City Marathon, which will take place on November 6, 2016. Open Access BPO's CEO Benjamin Davidowitz and his partner, Henry Chang bonded with Ryan's Run through his brother Steve, one of the original founders behind the cause-driven organization.
Three employees, Alberto Agulto, Clint Ortiz, and Leo Peñas will be Filipino citizens representing Open Access in the event. Each runner was sponsored $5,000 as a pledge to Ryan's Run. Last year, celebrities like Alicia Keys and Ethan Hawke ran in the prestigious race. This year Filipino personalities Anne Curtis and Kim Atienza will run.
"It's gratifying to know we are making dreams come true. In coming to the United States for the first time they are experiencing one of the greatest sporting events in the world, the New York Marathon. Additionally, being able to help an organization in my hometown that changes people's lives is very gratifying. This experience has brought me full circle. Three generations of my family have benefited from the programs Allied Services provides, so supporting this cause is especially meaningful," CEO Davidowitz said.
Recently, Open Access BPO has donated chairs and computers to the special education department of the Independent Living Learning Center, ILLC helping local children and adults with special needs. Open Access has also provided relief goods for the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan, the most destructive typhoon to ever hit the Philippines. Further, the call center conducts an annual blood donor drive to help fill the nationwide blood bank and promote wellness among its staff.
CEO Davidowitz says he and Mr. Henry Chang, Open Access BPO's president, plan to continue giving back to important essential organizations. "All companies have a social responsibility. Being involved adds meaning to our individual lives," he said.
About Open Access BPO
Since its inception in 2006, Open Access BPO evolved from primarily offering telemarketing services into an all-encompassing offshoring solutions firm specializing in multilingual customer service and content moderation solutions.
Today, the American company extends its expertise to both growing enterprises and established international brands from its offices in Makati City, Philippines, and Taipei, Taiwan. Its more than 1,400 employees concentrate on providing a wide range of outsourcing solutions, including multilingual customer support options.
Gaining momentum as a frontrunner in multilingual solutions, Open Access BPO dedicates itself to providing premium services to its partners, allowing them to focus on their core competencies. White papers and case studies are published tackling various aspects of outsourcing to aid business owners in understanding the larger offshoring industry. Learn more by visiting https://www.openaccessbpo.com.
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