MPT South Reaching Out to a Fire-Ravaged Community

by Leslie Ann C. Saulog, SEPTEMBER 2021

There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.

John Holmes

Metro Pacific Tollways South’s commitment to its communities remains amid this pandemic. A community in Brgy. Sto. Niño was ravaged by a fire causing damage to properties of 63 families and loss of one life. The Stakeholder Management team led the donation of grocery packs and other necessary items to the victims of the fire incident.

Valenzuela St. Kaingin is a small community that experienced a fire on September 15, 2021, at around 1 AM and was declared fire out around 4 AM. Grocery packs containing food and hygiene necessities for the affected families were donated on September 20, 2021.

The President of Samahang Kaingin II Homeowners Association Inc., Mr. Muhammad Aresgado expressed his gratitude to the company, “Maraming salamat po sa tulong ninyo. Malaking tulong po ito sa mga naapektuhan ng sunog sa aming lugar.”

No one has ever suffered from helping, and it has always been a noble act. Kindness and concern for other people are good, especially during these times. With the help of the donations from MPT South’s Alagang Kapwa Oras Oras, otherwise known as AKO, help is given to families.

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About the writer:

Leslie Ann C. Saulog. An encouraged contributor living in the province of Cavite. Okay verbally when telling a story, but writing an article is a different one. Learning and still digging out the writer in me.

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