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SM FOUNDATION DONATES PPEs TO CENTRAL LUZON HOSPITALS

In line with its commitment to be of service to the Filipino public, its hospitals, and its government during the coronavirus pandemic, SM Foundation recently donated Personal Protective Equipment and medical supplies to hospitals in Central Luzon area.

These include PPEs, N95 and surgical masks, gloves, raincoats, goggles, as well as alcohol and hygiene kits, which are part of the P170 million SM has allocated for this purpose.

In the Central Luzon area, these were donated to QualiMed Hospital in Bulacan, Bataan General Hospital and Jose B. Lingad Hospital and Mother Teresa of Calcutta Medical Center in Pampanga. Bulacan Medical Center and James Gordon Memorial Hospital in Olongapo will likewise receive hospital supplies and medical donations by the end of the month.

OLONGAPO – 1000 N95, 500 PPEs, 3,000 gloves and hundred pieces of raincoats and goggles as well as alcohol and hygiene kits arrive at the Bataan General Hospital. SM Foundation is set to donate medical supplies and PPEs by the end of the month to James Gordon Memorial Hospital in Olongapo City.

Other initiatives of the SM Group in response to the crisis are the waived rentals of all tenants of SM Supermalls nationwide, continued compensation of employees, and the extension of an Emergency Financial Assistance to its front liners, security guards and janitorial staff during the Enhanced Community Quarantine period.

BULACAN – Medical personnel and staff from QualiMed in San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan receive  thousands of N95, PPEs and 200 gallons of alcohol from SM Foundation, Incorporated. Bulacan Medical Center is set to receive medical supplies and donation by the end of the month.
 

PAMPANGA – Medical supplies and PPEs are donated to Jose B. Lingad Hospital and Mother Teresa of Calcutta Medical Center in San Fernando City, Pampanga.

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