BAGUIO

Sungduan: 9th and 10th Wave

Stand-Up for Life

THERE are still residents in Cagayan affected by the previous typhoon who need help. Some of them were given assistance by the Rotary Club of Metro Baguio lately.

During the ninth wave of relief operations of the group under the “Action Tulong Para sa Cagayan” project, several sick and well patients in Tuguegarao were personally visited and provided small cash and basic relief items.

Relief distribution team head Rotarian Dr. Christopher Ian Cabalza lead the activity and likewise the distribution of gifts to several minimum wage driver instructors of a driving school in Tuguegarao for the 10th wave of relief operations.

Cabalza said the said activity dubbed “Pagtanaw at Pasasalamat sa Serbisyo mong tapat" is also the club’s way of recognizing the minimum wage workers including the frontliners and health workers for their commitment to their profession amid the pandemic situation.

Apart from distributing the basic necessities and hygience kit, the organization also helped a family rebuild their house with the support of diffrent groups and individuals.

RCMB headed by president Jerry Chan has been providing relief assistance to the people of Cagayan severely affected by typhoon Ulysses since the appeal for help started.

These continuous relief operations are made possible with the club’s dedicated members and very suppotive partners in service.

May these help bring happiness and build a stronger connection to the people of Cagayan.

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