Immediate relief work continues for ABS-CBN Foundation as campaign moves into Pasko Para sa Pilipino
Relief pack distributions and community pantry support to communities in need continue for the ongoing ABS-CBN campaign Pasko Para Sa Pilipino, the Christmas edition of its Pantawid ng Pag-ibig.
Along with various partners, the Foundation strives to reach underserved areas affected by lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Families and households receive food aid, and hygiene products from Foundation donors Casino, Bioderm, Champion and Palmolive.
Distribution of relief packs, as well as Noche Buena bags, will continue throughout the season.
Apart from distribution activities, the ABS-CBN Foundation Pasko Para sa Pilipino campaign is also an invitation to everyone to make Christmas merry for fellow kapamilyas. Digital vouchers corresponding to donations to different ABS-CBN Foundation projects, ranging from planting trees at La Mesa Watershed, to supporting the ABS-CBN Foundation scholars, to emergency relief, are available at www.paskoparasapilipino.com.
ABS-CBN Foundation receives Pantawid ng Pag-ibig receives donations from IPI
The ongoing Pantawid ng Pag-ibig: Pilipino Para sa Pilipino campaign of the ABS-CBN Foundation continues to receive support from partner companies that contribute to the cause. International Pharmaceuticals Inc (IPI) is the latest partner to help the Foundation bring more basic necessities to underserved areas.
Casino and Bioderm products from IPI, amounting to around P2 million, will augment the food bags that are distributed to various communities with hygiene essentials--alcohol and soap. Proper hygiene practices and frequent sanitation will help stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus and other infectious diseases.
Community pantries that request the Foundation’s assistance will also be stocked with these donated items.
The “Pilipino Para sa Pilipino” edition of the Pantawid ng Pag-ibig campaign is the continuing campaign of the ABS-CBN Foundation to bring immediate relief to kapamilyas still struggling with the prolonged effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. It seeks to provide basic necessities to the most vulnerable and most affected sectors of society.