Alturas reaches out to typhoon victims
A timely gesture of love and compassion this Christmas, AGC delivered 450 bags of rice (50 kilos each) to the different barangays of the badly-hit towns of Ubay, Alicia, Pilar, and more.
Actually days before the typhoon strikes, the “Bayanihan” outreach program of AGC was already in place and drew attention on the 15 poor families living around the Banat-i Hill in Brgy. Bool, this city, who were given grocery packs. In the flood-stricken town of Loboc, kilos of rice were also handed out to the hapless residents who were queuing for the ration.
In coordination with AGC, ABS-CBN breezed into town providing food packs to the victims in Ubay, Talibon, and other towns, through its “Sagip Kapamilya,” an emergency humanitarian assistance program of ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc.
AGC also joins with fastfood chain Jollibee for the FoodAID which offers ready-to-eat hot meals in the towns of Ubay, Talibon, Inabanga, Alicia, Loboc, and more. Ayala Foundation will also partner with AGC in the distribution of goods to the affected communities.
The corporate social responsibility arm of the Alturas Group of Companies, Alay Marcela Foundation is always in the forefront of extending hands and reaching out to the community, fulfilling its mission of a continuous humanitarian undertaking, espousing and propagating the Bayanihan spirit.
ALTURAS BAYANIHAN for Typhoon Odette victims.