HARI Foundation Inc. (HFI), the corporate social responsibility arm of Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (Hari), announced it had strengthened its advocacy of bringing quality health care to more Filipinos by donating a Hyundai H-100 van to the Philippine College of Hospital Administrators (PCHA).
HFI said present during the van’s turnover, held in December last year at Hari’s headquarters in Makati City, were HFI President Fe Perez-Agudo, PCHA President Elmer Pedregosa, HFI Chairman Emeritus Richard Lee, PCHA officers Evangeline Morales and Ricardo Adriano Jr.
“Hyundai and Hari Foundation believe in the culture of caring just as PCHA does,” Agudo said. “We are more than just a company that simply offers mobility solutions. We are a company that cares to touch and save lives. This is our way of fulfilling our mission to become a lifetime partner of Filipinos in motoring and beyond.”
HFI said the H100 is one of Hyundai’s best-selling commercial vehicles, noting that the van’s versatile cargo deck can accommodate 10 or more passengers and can be configured into an ambulance or a mobile clinic.