MATAAS NA KAHOY, BATANGAS — Award-winning direct selling company Xyngular through its Xyngular Philippines office headed to Mataas na Kahoy in Batangas to lend their hand to those affected by the Taal Volcano eruption recently.
On January 30, 2020, employees of Xyngular PH, led by Xyngular Philippines, Inc. General Manager Elizabeth Anana, distributed P5-million worth in product value not only to Taal evacuees but also to social workers, army personnel, and local government employees.
According to the company, they distributed food supplements that will help boost the immune system of the evacuees, and the workers directly affected by the ashfall.
As a people-first company, Xyngular says that this is integral for everyone’s health amid their exposure to the ongoing activity of Taal Volcano.
“Our mission is really to empower people to become more. By doing our part in showing the victims that we care for them, this enables us to stay true to our mission,” said Anana during the activity held at the Mataas na Kahoy Municipality covered court.
“And by this, we mean total inclusion. Support should not only be for the victims, but also to the workers, volunteers, the uniformed men, and all the people that help in making the situation easier for everybody. That is what’s important and what we stand for,” the amiable company executive added.
Xyngular Philippines said that around 200 people, some even barangay captains, were able to benefit from their disaster resiliency effort, something that even municipality mayor Janet M. Ilagan, who was present in the donation activity, greatly appreciated.
The team also bared that the Mayora even accommodated the group in her office after the donation service, a courtesy not generally extended to other donors.
Moreover, Xyngular PH shared that the people who received their donations could not believe at first that the products were also being given to workers and municipal employees, one fact that they say, is rather new to them because people who donate always focus on the victims per se.
“We just decided to try and go to Mataas na Kahoy because it’s one of the places most affected by the disaster and is within the 14KM danger zone,” explained Xyngular PH Human Resources Manager Leizel Rodil.
Although relatively new in the Philippine market, the Philippine team of the international direct-selling company based in Utah, USA has already made it their commitment to helping those in need with their CSR program that focuses on health and well-being.
Their Xyngular Cares program launched this year, will look to complete four major campaigns this year with the first being at the Tahanang Walang Hagdan back on January 21.
More recently, the company visited Elsie Gaches Village in Alabang on February 10 with another activity slated in the near future.
This is still under the plans of the company’s commitment to promoting health and wellness to communities and sectors that need it most, and Xyngular Philippines vows to continue these strides made through their CSR program.
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