Isuzu hands P250K to Irosin hospital

Isuzu Philippines Corporation recently turned over P250,000 cash donation to Irosin District Hospital as continuation of its donation project in line with the “Road to Progress” vision announced during their 25th inaugural anniversary celebration.

The first part of the hospital donation project was received by Northern Mindanao Medical Center in Cagayan de Oro. As for their second round of donation, IPC collaborated with Isuzu Legazpi under Gencars, Inc. in reaching out to a hospital in need of assistance in Bicol area.

IPC team led by assistant vice president for administration Imelda Bernas and Gencars team led by Isuzu Legazpi sales manager Susan Reyes traveled to Sorsogon to hand over the P250,000 cash donation to Irosin District Hospital.

The beneficiary is a modest government hospital under the management of Sorsogon Hospital catering patients from municipality of Irosin and nearby areas. According to IDH administrative officer V Anecia Bojorque, the cash donation they received will be used to purchase additional medicines and hospital supplies. IDH chief of hospital I Sherwin Amisola, MD, MSPH also expressed his gratitude to the assistance provided by IPC. For a relatively small hospital, IDH offers a wide range of health services and accommodates quite a number of patients, so with the donation from IPC, they can help and accommodate more people.

As a responsible partner to Filipinos, IPC actively promotes community involvement through various CSR programs. Hence, to mark its 25th year in the local industry, IPC’s responsibility continues with its vision of moving towards “Road to Progress,” which means driving the business forward while creating a better, cleaner and more sustainable environment for future generations and continuously contributing to the society. Supporting local communities by addressing their medical needs is just one of the many CSR projects IPC has lined up for their road to progress.

Before the year ends, IPC aims to strengthen its contribution to society by continuing to extend aid and assistance to more people through medical institutions, so there will be two more rounds of donation project to hospitals in the metro and the Visayas region.

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