Guardian Angels Parish in Tuao, Cagayan was among the first responders to
provide relief efforts to affected residents due to flooding in the area
In support of rebuilding communities hit by Typhoon Rolly and Ulysses, Eastern Communications donated Php 400,000 worth of cash to the towns of Tuao and Solana in Cagayan, and non-profit organization Operations Blessing.
Eastern Communications, together with its employees, was able to raise funds to help affected families recover from the aftermath of said calamities.
The Holy Guardian Angels Parish in Tuao and Parish of Saint Vincent Ferrer in Solana, Cagayan headed respectively by Fr. Rino Guaring and Fr. Gary Agcaoili both received Php 100,000 each. This pledge will be part of both churches’ rehabilitation efforts, aiming to provide materials for some families to build new houses and assist them in their livelihood as many Cagayanos were relocated to a higher place.
|Families who lost their homes and livelihood will be prioritized in the rehabilitation programs of the said organizations.|
Operations Blessing, the humanitarian arm of Christian Broadcasting Network Asia, also received Php 221,400 pledges for similar projects in Catanduanes, Camarines Norte, Cagayan Valley, CALABARZON, and Metro Manila.
“We applaud the efforts of our beneficiaries in providing the basic needs of families affected by the typhoons, and we are one with them in helping families rebuild themselves after the storm. We’re hoping that this humble gesture will be able to reach Filipinos in need as they recover from the aftermaths,” said Eastern Communications Marketing Division Head Jedrek Estanislao.
To learn more about Eastern Communications’ operations, visit eastern.com.ph.
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