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Apr 15, 2020
Continuously reaching out, AboitizLand brings Covid-19 Response Initiatives to Cebu
As the enhanced community quarantine affects more communities, the Aboitiz Group remains steadfast in providing assistance where it is needed. From Luzon to Visayas, leveraging on the synergy of its subsidiaries as One Aboitiz, the conglomerate unceasingly steps up to swiftly respond to the crisis.
Giving back to AboitizLand host communities in Balamban, Cebu, food aid was turned over to the local government unit headed by Mayor Alex Binghay. The goods consisting of 4,880 cans of sardines and 2,903 cans of beef loaf were delivered through the collaborative effort of the teams from Cebu Industrial Park Developers, Balamban Enerzone, Aboitiz Construction, and Aboitiz Foundation.
One Aboitiz. While it’s #BetterAtHome, there’s no stopping the Aboitiz Group in sending #PositiveEnergy to its host communities.
The initiative was able to benefit 2,210 families from Barangay Arpili and other neighboring towns within the municipality of Balamban. Donations were also extended to barangays in Liloan, Compostela, Lapu-Lapu City, Mandaue, and Cebu City. Other sites in Central Luzon are next in line.
As the country battles the pandemic, the real estate arm of the Aboitiz Group stays true to its promise of creating better ways to live — even in the midst of this unprecedented time.
Support doesn’t end with the distribution of relief packages as close coordination with the LGUs are done regularly. Corporate social responsibility has always been an integral part of the company and AboitizLand ensures that consistent monitoring and follow-through operations are in place.
Hand in hand with its sister companies, AboitizLand is more than willing to go the extra mile until we all surpass this challenging period.
CEBU CITY — The Aboitiz Group continued with its commitment to donate personal protective equipment (PPEs) and medical supplies for the frontliners in Cebu and the rest of Central Visayas as the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) remained a health threat in the region.
One thing this pandemic has drawn out of homeowners and renters alike is the need for space, especially green outdoor areas where residents can breathe some fresh air while they’re confidently staying safe within their property.