UNITY IN THE MIDDLE OF CALAMITY. Clark Development Corporation, through its Corporate Social Responsibility Division, recently donated relief goods and rehabilitation materials for victims of Typhoon Odette to the Ministry of Social Welfare and Development. (CDC-CD)
VARIOUS Clark Freeport locators recently donated relief goods and rehabilitation materials to victims of Typhoon Odette in the Visayas and Mindanao.
Thanks to Clark Development Corporation’s (CDC) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, many donations have been made to those affected by Typhoon Odette.
Clark Locators provided foodstuffs such as noodles, beverages, rice, canned goods and other miscellaneous groceries.
In addition to this, essential items like sheets, towels, sleepwear and diapers were also distributed to help families affected by the typhoon.
The CDC also provided building materials and tools worth 350,000 pesos to help affected families rehabilitate their homes. These materials were also supplemented with 430 pieces of GI sheets in the amount of P150,000 donated by Nanox Philippines Inc.
The CDC, led by its President and CEO, Manuel R. Gaerlan, expressed its thanks to all the investors who provided assistance to the communities devastated by the typhoon.
Some of the locators who have supported the donation drive include Yokohama Tire Philippines Inc., Nanox Philippines Inc., Shore 360 Inc., Demagus Trading Corporation, Aderans Philippines Inc., Pishon Clark Philippines, Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corporation (Lipad ), Somang Global Clark Corporation and Wontechphil International Corporation. (PR)
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