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VCGBPH starts fund drive for for personnel

Volleyball Community Gives Back PH has initiated a fund drive for those game day personnel who were affected by the suspension and cancellation of leagues due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Recently, a group of volleyball personnel composed of referees, ball retrievers and bouncers approached VCGBPH to ask assistance during this trying times.

“With the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine, daily wage earners have found themselves struggling to earn a living. Earning their livelihood has been one of the greatest uncertainties that a lot of countrymen have been worrying about. Some of these daily wage earners hit closer to home for the volleyball,” said VCGBPH.

In the spirit of bayanihan, VCGBPH is launching #CARINGFORALL: Down The Line, We Are One to provide assistance for the paid-per-day personnel, as any help will go a long way.

Among those who responded to the call is Rebisco, which already sent goodies for the affected volleyball game day crew.

“We are humbly asking for support in assisting our volleyball heroes behind the game, who are in need of our help. Any amount will be of help to get us through this crisis,” said VCGBPH.

Donations can be sent to Ryan Sordan through BPI bank account 8069 0632 77.

Please visit Volleyball Community Give Back on Facebook and @vcgbph on Instagram and Twitter for more details on how to help #CARINGFORALL: Down The Line, We Are One.

Still ongoing is #ServeOurFrontliners: RAFFLES FOR HEROES, a fund drive to produce Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) for the medical frontliners who are doing a valiant battle against coronavirus.  VCGPH was already able to donate 310 PPEs to Sultan Kudarat in Mindanao.

VCGPH reminds everyone to keep safe during this trying times.

Topics: Volleyball Community Gives Back PH , COVID-19 , Ryan Sordan , Personal Protective Equipment
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