Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) launched the ‘Isuzu Kasama Mo’ campaign back in June. Through this initiative, Isuzu customers themselves will be able to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontline healthcare workers to aid in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
A month following that launch, IPC has now turned over the first set of donations to its partner institutions. A small ceremony was held recently at the IPC headquarters in Laguna, and representatives from the Philippine Coast Guard, the Philippine Red Cross, and Caritas Manila were all present to receive the donations.
“We hope that this donation will go a long way in protecting the health and safety of our frontliners,” said IPC president Hajime Koso. “We assure our partner organizations that this will not be the end of our assistance to them, as we vow to continue to support them in fighting this pandemic.”
Isuzu has consistently extended a helping hand throughout this pandemic, as it lent out some of its vehicles to various medical institutions as well as to the Department of Transportation a few months back. We tip our hats off to IPC as well as to all the other carmakers for their relief efforts during this health crisis.