500 indigents benefit from CDC’s community food pantry

AT LEAST 500 Angeles City indigents recently benefited from the Clark Development Corporation (CDC) Community Food Pantry.

The beneficiaries, including 150 elderly people, were from Barangay Margot.

The Community Pantry is a joint project between CDC in partnership with Clark Locators as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects.

CDC partner locators including Clark Marriott Hotel, Global Square Plaza Phils. Corp., COEX Inc., DH Philippines Electrical Corp., Metro Clark Waste Management Corp., Clark Resort Travel and Amusement Corp., BW Manufacturing Corp. and Gold Tree Tobacco Manufacturing Corp., were among those who contributed to the community food pantry. .

Advantest Philippines Inc., Evertrust Business Solutions Inc. and Outback Five Star Clark Philippines Inc. also participated in the initiative.

Donations included assorted grocery items, food parcels, fresh vegetables and face masks which were given to residents during the activity.

CDC Chairman Attorney Edgardo Pamintuan attended the activity along with CDC Vice President for Administrative and Financial Engineer Mariza Mandocdoc and CDC Assistant Vice President for External Affairs Rommel Narciso.

CDC Deputy Director of External Affairs Ronald Antonio and CDC Public Safety Division (PSD) Director Antonio Rosario Jr. were also present.

Global Square Plaza Phils also joined CDC officers. Corp., Chairman Shin Duk Young, Clark Marriott General Manager Goeran Soelter, and Outback Five Star Clark Phils. Inc. Admin Manager Maricon Angeles, among others.

Barangay President Jose Bagang thanked the CDC and its locator partners for sharing their blessings.

In July 2021, CDC organized its first community food pantry held in Barangay Sapang Bato, which benefited a total of 700 residents.

Norma P. Rex