Highlighting the spirit of bayanihan amid the pandemic, Clark Development Corp. (CDC) in partnership with the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor), Widus Foundation Inc. (WFI), and Clark CSR Association Inc. (CCAI) recently donated packs and boxes of relief goods to various communities near this Freeport.
In a simple turn-over ceremony at the Clark Skills and Training Center, local government executives under the Metro Clark Advisory Council (MCAC) received various canned goods, rice, noodles and other food items. MCAC includes Mabalacat City, Angeles City, Municipalities of Porac, Pampanga; Capas, and Bamban, Tarlac.
The donations were prepared by employees of CDC-Corporate Social Responsibility and Placement Division, CDC-Estate Preservation and Recovery Division, and volunteers from the Philippine Air Force.
CDC President and CEO Noel F. Manankil in his brief remarks cited local government units (LGUs) belonging to MCAC for their cooperation and support to CDC and Clark locators amidst the enhanced community lockdown.
He also thanked Widus and Pagcor for their CSR programs that are “much needed in these difficult times.”
Manankil was joined by CDC Director Nestor Villaroman, Jr., CDC Director Ana Liza Peralta, Widus International Leisure Inc. (WILI) Assistant Vice President for Corporate Planning and Compliance Agnes Liwanag, WFI Manager and CCAI President Ronnel Golimlim, CDC Assistant Vice President for External Affairs Rommel Narciso, CDC Assistant Vice President for Administration Zoraida Camello and Noel Tulabut, head of CDC Communications.
Also present during the event were Mayors Crisostomo Garbo of Mabalacat City, Jaime Capil of Porac, Jose Antonio Feliciano of Bamban and representatives of Capas, Angeles City and Pagcor.
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