Pitmaster Foundation continued with its initiative to help out Covid-19 patients, donating P20 million worth of homecare kits that will benefit 17 local government units in the National Capital Region.
“Ito ay ilan lamang sa mga inisyatibang ipinagpapatuloy ng Foundation upang maiwasan ang Covid-19 lockdown, matulungan ang mga health workers, at maprotektahan ang mga maliliit na negosyo (This is just part of the initiative the Foundation is doing to avoid Covid-19 lockdowns, help our health workers and protect small businesses),” said lawyer Caroline Cruz, the Foundation’s executive director.
According to Cruz, the marching order of the Foundation’s Chairman, Charlie ‘Atong’ Ang, is to help LGUs in the NCR in their fight against the dreaded disease in line with the government’s Covid-19 Response Program.
Pitmaster has been one of the leading charitable institutions in town today. Its door has been open for requests for quite some time now, and the quick release of the homecare kits was its response to the requests forwarded by NCR mayors.
Every homecare kit contains lagundi herbal medicine, vitamin C plus Zinc, Lola Remedios syrup, digital thermometer, facemask, paracetamol, Bactidol, alcohol, and pamphlet on how to avoid Covid-19.
The beneficiary mayors, on the other hand, promised to distribute the kits to their constituents at once.
Pitmaster Foundation had earlier donated P50 million cash and P50 million worth of antigen test kits NCR LGUs in its effort to complement the government’s program to stop the rampaging virus in thickly populated areas, notably Metro Manila.
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