True to its mandate to help more Filipinos, the private charity Pitmaster Foundation, chaired by businessman Charlie “Atong” Ang, continued its immediate efforts to extend emergency aid to families affected by the onslaught of Super Typhoon Karding.
In a press release, the executive director of the Atty foundation. Caroline Cruz said they had repackaged 5,000 relief items for people in Quezon province.
Cruz said the initiative demonstrates the foundation’s commitment and dedication to helping compatriots get back on their feet.
“We care about people. In times of crisis, we have always come to help those who have been left vulnerable due to the current pandemic and of course the recent typhoon that devastated most parts of Luzon,” he said. she stated.
The Pitmaster official is also committed to keeping the bayanihan spirit alive, especially in difficult times.
“Even in times of uncertainty, the Pitmaster Foundation is and always will be a family that will support and support each other. It is in our DNA to seek the well-being of the Filipino people,” she added.
As a reminder, the foundation launched its first relief operations in October 2020 when it served Filipinos living in Albay, Bicol with 10,000 food parcels after it was severely affected by the powerful Tropical Cyclone Rolly.
Since then, the private charity has been part of the “whole of government approach” in humanitarian missions in areas affected by the typhoon.
Assistance in this case is mainly in the form of food parcels and other relief or emergency items.
The foundation had also actively engaged the government in the fight against Covid-19 at the height of the pandemic.
Prior to the banning of online cockfighting or eSabong in May 2022, the foundation had a regular dialysis program which provided financial assistance of P4,500 to dialysis patients.
Efforts are also being made to assist the government in its advocacy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the impact of climate change.