Doctors’ group thanks donors

MEMBERS of the Mandaue Anesthesia Specialists Co. (Masc) expressed their heartfelt gratitude to all their donors who have financially and materially supported them in the battle against coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).

“To all our anonymous donors, we may not know who you are, but our Heavenly Father knows who you are,” read a portion of the group’s press release.

The MASC said it used the donations to continually replenish and upgrade its personal protective equipment (PPE), which include gowns, gloves, head covers, shoe covers, masks and face shields, among others.

The group also assured its donors that it shared with other health care workers and frontliners the PPE gowns and gear it had accumulated to continue to serve and help save lives.

“Presently, we are approaching the apex of the Covid-19 spread in the Philippines. The fight ahead of us is long and daunting, but together with your support and prayers and our Almighty Father’s protection, we shall be victorious against Covid-19. Our unity and solidarity is a manifestation of God’s presence in our lives. He will lead us to the path of victory,” the group said.

It further said: “We continue to accept donations, be it in cash or in kind. Every little bit counts and does not go unnoticed.”

The group encouraged everyone, especially its donors, to follow its Facebook page under @MandaueAnesthesiaSpecialistCo for updates and information regarding how their donations have been effectively utilized.

Donations can be deposited in the UnionBank account number 000260040897. The account name is Mandaue Anesthesia Specialist Co. (PR)


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