Alorica Expands its Charity Work in Mexico

The corporate philanthropic program raises money through contributions from the company’s employees and the organization of fundraisers, and also operates in Canada, Panama, the Philippines and the US.

Making Lives Better with Alorica (MLBA), a non-profit set up in 2015 by the US-based business process outsourcing company, has extended its operations in Mexico with the opening of two more chapters, in Mexico City and Puebla, bringing the total number of chapters to four.

MLBA is a corporate philanthropic program that raises money through contributions from the company’s employees and the organization of fundraising events, and which the company launched in Mexico in 2017, and which also operates in Canada, Panama, the Philippines and the US.

Each MLBA chapter is led by a board made up of Alorica team members. Chapters rally employees to fundraise, organize volunteer activities and help decide where to allocate funds within the community.

The expansion in Mexico will positively impact local causes, individuals and over 3,000 Alorica employees and their families across Guadalajara, Mexico City and Puebla, the company said in a statement.

“The addition of these two chapters in Mexico City and Puebla was an important move for MLBA in the country, as we work to make a difference,” Joyce Lee, MLBA’s founder and president, said.

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