Phoenix Petroleum Extends Help for Frontliners

Phoenix Petroleum has joined the pool of modern-day good samaritans for the nation's frontliners dealing with global pandemic coronavirus. “We saw what was happening, we were part of what was happening, and it would be a shame to not do anything, as an individual, and as a Filipino company to help in the Covid-19 efforts, " Henry Fadullon, Phoenix Chief Operating Officer said in a statement. Earlier, Phoenix donated Super LPG tanks to the community kitchen program of the Pasig City local government, an initiative to provide sustenance to the countless health workers and other frontliners working tirelessly in the efforts to stop the spread of Covid-19.   Phoenix   In addition, Phoenix has committed to donate 7,000 liters to Grab Transport—now being utilized under GrabBayanihan— in order to provide free transportation to health workers starting March 21 due to the absence of public mass transportation and to augment the individual efforts of the various local government units. “What we are doing echoes what the UDENNA Foundation CommUnity Care program has rallied us to do—to maximize all our efforts, efforts of UDENNA companies, to feed, protect, and transport our community in our belief that all efforts, no matter how small can lead to better lives for the Filipino,” Fadullon added. CommUnity Care is an initiative by the Udenna Foundation to unite all community assistance initiatives of UDENNA companies to focus on providing service to the Filipino people especially in challenging times. The CommUnity Care harnesses the strength of each UDENNA company to maximize all efforts and resources to feed, protect, and transport our community in the belief that all efforts, no matter how small can lead to better lives for the Filipino.  

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