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Philusa Corporation gives back to indigent women and children on their 62nd anniversary


Philusa Leadership Team and Philusa Family Council officers together with the staff of Operation Blessing Philippines Foundation Inc.

Philusa Corporation, known for providing Filipinos with a wide range of quality and affordable products, celebrates its 62nd anniversary by showing their genuine care to help Filipino women and children of Batasan community.

A recent medical and dental mission was conducted to provide quality medical assistance to underprivileged women and children of Session Road, Batasan, Quezon City. The initiative was supported by Operation Blessing Philippines Foundation Inc. (OBPFI), the humanitarian arm of CBN Asia, which reaches out to the most neglected and economically disadvantaged people in the country. Volunteer health professionals including doctors, nurses and dentists from OBFI were present to help facilitate the mission.

“Philusa Corporation has always been in the forefront in providing Filipino families high quality yet affordable products. It has always been our pledge to continuously touch and improve the lives of Filipinos. As we celebrate our 62nd anniversary in the country, we would like to reaffirm and strengthen our advocacy in motivating Filipinos from all ages and all walks of life to make healthier choices, enabling us to look forward to a fuller and more enjoyable life for years to come through our products.” said Neogin Evangelista, President of Philusa Corporation.

Aiming to continue doing more medical missions, Philusa intends to establish more long-term partnerships with organizations that provide holistic programs to other communities in the country as part of the company’s vision to touch the lives of every Filipino.

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Today’s Front Page January 21, 2020

Today’s Front Page January 21, 2020