NGCP continues annual Xmas outreach, relief ops despite pandemic

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, NGCP continued on with its annual gift-giving tradition to its partner communities through its Christmasaya project, alongside relief operations for areas affected by the recent typhoons. 

NGCP turned over gift packs with groceries and noche buena items to around 33 barangays who are part of its host communities.

Instead of the usual Christmas party with games, prizes, and entertainment, NGCP turned over Christmas packages to barangays from NGCP’s host communities, which were then distributed to the most indigent families in the area.  

Despite the pandemic, the annual Christmasaya gift-giving continued with the help of partner-barangays nationwide.

A total of 7,100 Christmas packages were distributed to around 33 barangays from NGCP’s host communities nationwide. The Christmas packages contain rice, noche buena items, coffee, and canned goods.  

“Christmas is all about sharing. Times may have changed under the new normal, but this will not stop NGCP from giving back to its host communities. We hope this will give the most indigent families more reasons to celebrate the holidays,” said NGCP.  

Relief operations in typhoon-stricken parts of the country due to Typhoons Rolly, Ulysses, and Vicky also continue despite the holiday season.

Besides the Christmas gift-giving, NGCP also continues with its relief assistance to provinces in the Bicol Region, Southern Tagalog, Cagayan, Isabela, Agusan del Sur, and Surigao del Sur affected by the recent typhoons Rolly, Ulysses, and Vicky. Grocery items amounting to over PhP 37 million and t-shirts were turned over to the provincial governments for distribution to communities heavily affected by the weather disturbances.  

Essential items such as rice, canned goods, and t-shirts are part of NGCP’s relief assistance for typhoon-affected communities.

NGCP is a Filipino-led, privately owned company in charge of operating, maintaining, and developing the country’s power grid, led by majority shareholders and Vice Chairman of the Board Henry Sy, Jr. and Co-Vice Chairman Robert Coyiuto, Jr.


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