Cebu proved to be a shining star for the efforts of Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) to make sure Christmas was in everybody’s hearts.
The Business Center of the Queen City of the South was proud to share that it was able to total P84,000 in its fund-raising for the poultry leader’s ‘Paskong may Malasakit.’
The Cebuanos organized a virtual bingo and raffle session last December 18 to accumulate nearly P125,000. With expenses only amounting to P41,000, they wound up with a grand total to be proud of indeed.
“Conducting this activity truly deepened our understanding and celebration of Christmas,” shared Business Center head Alward Espina. “We hope this simple effort would result in giving hope to our less fortunate brothers and sisters.”
This was all done to answer the call of BAVI president Ronald Mascarinas to “help Filipino families still feel the joy of Christmas despite the adversities they faced.”
‘Paskong may Malasakit’ was, therefore, forwarded for the company to replace its Christmas parties with creative activities that would ultimately help out those in need.
Proceeds would be directed to human resources which would then pool all of them together to be granted to beneficiaries affected by Super Typhoon Rolly, Typhoon Ulysses, and COVID-19.