Manila school donates supplies to Bacolod hospital

Manila school donates supplies to Bacolod hospital
The donated items from St. Jude School, Manila

As part of its community outreach program to fight COVID-19, the Class of ’84 from Manila’s St. Jude Catholic School recently donated protective medical supplies to the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental 

The donated items, including PPE gowns, bunny suits, masks and gloves, were turned over to the hospital through the District Community Service of Rotary International District 3850 represented by Rolando Corona, president of the Rotary Club of Bacolod-Marapara.

“In behalf of Rotary district governor Edwin To and district community service head, Victor Pip Acepcion of the Rotary Club of Roxas, we would like to thank St. Jude’s school for their generous donation of these much-needed items,” said Mr. Corona.

Rotary International District 3850 of the Philippines is composed of the clubs located in Negros Occidental, Mindanao Occidental and Misamis.

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