Aid to calamity, one of DASURECO’s active response to affected MCOs

Direc­tor Al D. Castil­lon together with OIC GM Danny Canas­tra dis­trib­uted ready-​to-​eat food packs to 200 indi­vid­u­als in Barangay Balu­takay, Hagonoy.

DASURECO pro­vided relief goods to hun­dreds of fam­i­lies in Digos and Hagonoy dis­tricts affected by flood on the night of June 28, 2020.

As men­tioned by OIC Gen­eral Man­ager Fer­di­nand D. Canas­tra dur­ing the relief oper­a­tion in Barangay Balu­takay, Hagonoy where 200 peo­ple received food packs, DASURECO is com­mit­ted to pro­vide prompt assis­tance to vic­tims affected by flood. It has not been easy for them espe­cially in the restora­tion of their homes, hence look­ing into the wel­fare of its member-​consumer-​owners is one of the EC’s role.

Addi­tion­ally, DASURECO has extended its assis­tance through relief goods and ready-​to-​eat food packs dis­tri­b­u­tion to 732 indi­vid­u­als and 185 fam­i­lies in the affected com­mu­ni­ties within Digos City and Hagonoy.

The DASURECO War­riors of Light together with the CDR­RMC Staff

DASURECO employ­ees, so called War­riors of Light, donated used cloth­ing, bed­ding, home essen­tials, and other goods to affected fam­i­lies through the City Dis­as­ter Risk Reduc­tion Man­age­ment Coun­cil (CDR­RMC) for proper distribution.

Aid to calamity is one of DASURECO’s social respon­si­bil­ity pro­grams along with the ratio­nale of the One EC Net­work foun­da­tion which addresses the socio-​economic-​cultural pro­grams to uplift the eco­nomic well-​being of the EC’s member-​consumer-​owners (MCOs).###

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