Isuzu PH does another round of help for partner-frontliners
Japanese commercial vehicle maker Isuzu—through its local arm—conducted its latest round of support to their partner institutions by donating a fresh batch of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Recently, Isuzu Philippines Corporation gave away hundreds of PPEs to Caritas Manila, Philippine Coast Guard, and Philippine Red Cross under its “Kasama Mo” campaign. The said initiative is the second round of help that IPC made to the abovementioned organizations.
Started in June, IPC’s “Kasama Mo” program has been their response to help curb the effects of the pandemic Covid-19. This actively promotes IPC’s “Your Responsible Partner” slogan by highlighting the importance of sharing and caring.
This also gives an avenue for Isuzu customers and stakeholders to support frontliners.
The latest donation yielded 296 PPE sets for Philippine Red Cross, 294 for Caritas Manila, and 147 for the Philippine Coast Guard. Representatives of IPC held simple turnover rites at the partner institutions’ satellite offices in Manila (Caritas Manila, and the Philippine Coast Guard) and Santa Rosa City in Laguna (for Philippine Red Cross).
Meanwhile, IPC President Hajime Koso swore their continuous support. “We assure our partner organizations that this will not be the end of our assistance to them, as we vow to continue to support them in fighting this pandemic,” he stressed.
Recently, IPC celebrated its 300,000-vehicle sales milestone. The road to the said milestone was a steep uphill as 2020 has been riddled with challenges from the start of the year, like the Mt. Taal phreatic eruption, and since March till today, the dreaded Covid-19 pandemic.
To bring some sunshine to an otherwise dreary year, IPC announced numerous promotions and other activities lined up till end of the 2020.
Photos from Isuzu Philippines, Ruben D. Manahan IV