Vice Ganda pledges to donate 1 million worth of protective gears

posted July 31, 2020 at 09:23 pm
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, our true heroes have been revealed to be our frontliners.

Vice Ganda pledges to donate 1 million worth of protective gears
Containing Paracetamol, Propyphenazone, and Caffeine, Saridon aims to relieve your body pain in as fast as 15 minutes to get you back on your feet.
These brave souls are at the forefront of the battle against the pandemic and their lives are on the line in taking care of our countrymen who have been infected.

Recognizing these efforts, the Unkabogable Phenomenal Box Office Superstar Vice Ganda is sharing her blessings from her latest endorsement Saridon Triple Action. To spread positivity and good vibes to frontliners and anyone who would need it, Vice Ganda will donate personal protective equipment (PPEs), face masks, face shields, and alcohol to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) amounting to P1 million in support of the organization’s continuous fight against COVID-19.

So unkabogable is Vice Ganda that she is launching the Vice Ganda Network online to keep the good vibes going on social media. After building a career spreading good vibes through hosting television shows like “It’s Showtime!” and “Gandang Gabi Vice,” Vice has also spread the cheer on the big screen with motion pictures like “Praybeyt Benjamin,” “Gandarrapiddo! The Revenger Squad,” and “The Mall, The Merrier.” Vice has proven time and again to be unkabogable as she constantly breaks new ground and breaks barriers putting her at the top in the comedy scene.

Saridon associate marketing manager Toby Manlapat shares, “There is no question that Vice is the perfect addition to the Saridon family. With our thrust to spread positivity and take away pain, Vice is quite a fit. We are happy to have her on board.”

Topics: COVID-19 pandemic , frontliners , Vice Ganda , Saridon Triple Action
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