CDC thanks donors

Clark Freeport—The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) expressed its heartfelt gratitude to its locators for helping vulnerable sectors of society during this time of crisis.

The resolution, signed by the CDC board of directors headed by its Chairman Jose ‘Ping’ de Jesus, expressed their heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to locators who wholeheartedly donated and contributed their resources.

“These donations have contributed greatly to health care workers, front liners, and the affected sectors of society who benefitted from CDC’s unceasing aid to humanity,” the approved resolution stated.

“The simple act of kindness was made possible by CDC’s Corporate Social Responsibility and placement Division in accordance to R.A. No. 11469 or the ‘Bayanihan to Heal as One Act’,” the resolution stated.

CDC’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs have been in continuous high gear since the pandemic, with corporate manpower and resources devoted to the spirit of sharing wherever and whenever especially through the period of enhanced community quarantine.

The battle against the COVID-19 disease has inspired and brought together the private and public sectors to forge a united stand and to “care as one,” the resolution said.

Topics: Clark Development Corporation , Jose ‘Ping’ de Jesus , Bayanihan to Heal as One Act
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