#Culture - You Can Pay Forward With GCash's Green Energy Points!

Did you know that there are around 52,000 trees lost everyday in the Philippines? 

Leading mobile wallet GCash is not only making payments and other transactions convenient for its users but also makes a way for anyone to be a philanthropist

Through its pioneering feature GCash Forest, app users could help increase the country’s forest cover, with “green energy” points equivalent to a tree to be planted at the Ipo Watershed in Norzagaray, Bulacan. Its forest cover has dramatically halved in recent years, threatening the wildlife, biodiversity, and communities residing in the area. 

Science has proven that giving is a reward in itself. Chicago’s Rush University, a prestigious medical learning institution, says the gesture of helping improves quality of life. It contributes to better physical and mental health, aiding longevity. It decreases stress, lowers the risk of depression, and raises self-esteem.  There is even a term for it: the “helper’s high.” Giving releases feel-good chemicals in the brain, contributing to greater happiness, according to the Cleveland Clinic

More app transactions, more green points, more trees to the user’s name. With GCash’s latest promo, they are paying it forward with a Two Million prize giveaway for GCash Forest donors.

To know more about this initiative, you may check their official website via https://www.gcash.com/gforest.

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