Ayala Foundation, AC Energy Extend Additional Assistance To Oil Spill Victims

An aircraft carrier carrying food packs and relief goods from AC Energy Philippines (ACEPH) and Ayala Foundation arrived last July 30 as additional assistance for the families affected by the recent oil spill in Lapuz, Iloilo City.

Aside from the said food packs and relief goods, Ayala Foundation also provided boxes of face masks to be given to the same families.

Recently, ACEPH also turned over 1,500 Fortified Meal Packs (containing rice, soy, dried vegetables and fruits enough to feed a family of 8-12 members) to the barangays for rapid distribution to residents of Bo. Obrero, Mandurriao, and Jaro.

The Philippine Air Force, 52nd Air Force Group Reserve and TOG-6 helped in dropping off the items which were then disinfected for safety purposes.

The meal packs were donated by Ayala Foundation and Ayala Coop from Rise Against Hunger, a hunger relief non-profit organization that coordinates the packaging and distribution of food and other aid to vulnerable communities.

The boxed donations were flown over by the Philippine Air Force while Ayala Business Club, Seda Hotels, Globe Telecom, and AC Motors provided logistical support
Zach Golez

A lifestyle blogger based in Iloilo City

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