Sun Life, launch wellness quest for Gen Z – The Manila Times

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‘Wellness for Life Quest’ program will be housed on the website CONTRIBUTED IMAGE

‘Wellness for Life Quest’ program will be housed on the website CONTRIBUTED IMAGE

WITH the pandemic highlighting the importance of holistic health, Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) Inc., the country's number one life insurance company, and, the largest education technology platform in the Philippines, are teaming up to give the youth a boost in their health journey through a fun and interactive program.
Dubbed “Wellness for Life Quest,” the program will be housed on the website,, and will feature six tasks which participants need to complete. These tasks include reading health and wellness articles, watching relevant videos, social sharing and taking self-help quizzes.
Virtual coins will be awarded for every task completed, and these collected coins may be exchanged for e-vouchers which can be redeemed on partner e-commerce platforms. All those who will complete the program and sign up to receive more learning materials from Sun Life will qualify for a raffle where they have a chance to win P2,000 giftaway vouchers.
“Wellness for Life Quest” will be available to's over 250,000 registered members from May 30 to June 30, 2022. Those who have no accounts yet may register for free to access the program.
“It can be easy to take health for granted when you're young, but this is the ideal time to develop good habits that will lead to one's brighter future. This is the message we wish to send Filipino Gen Zs,” Sun Life chief client experience and marketing officer Carla Gonzalez-Chong said.
“At, we champion holistic learning for the Filipino youth. This partnership with Sun Life is an opportunity for us to instill the value of health in all forms among our young audience,” head of marketing Lucky Calip added.
Those who wish to know more about the campaign may visit


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