Always having the welfare of Filipinos in mind, Chooks-to-Go of Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) recently extended support to homes for vulnerable women and children in Ilagan, Isabela.
The group visited the Lingap Center for Street Children and the Women and Children Protection Center, where they handed out Chooks-to-Go frozen products.
“We are very glad po na sa dinami-dami ng mga center ay pinili [kami] na mabigyan ng tulong ng Chooks-to-Go,” said Josephine Balayan, a social worker. “Napasaya po ninyo ang mga bata dahil dito sa pagbibigay ng mga blessings ninyo sa bata.”
Since the pandemic began a year ago, BAVI has been lending ever greater support to communities across the country, including lesser known institutions in the provinces.
BAVI President Ronald Mascariñas said BAVI is committed to feeding the nation and giving them “hope through acts of compassion,” as well as “livelihood opportunities” such as the Chooks-to-Go reseller program.