To support healthcare frontliners who are bravely answering the call of duty amid the continuing rise of COVID-19 cases in the country, Landers Superstore recently organized a relief program to provide medical workers with free food and groceries. The Philippine Army is there to help in the distribution to key hospitals in Metro Manila, Laguna, and Cebu.
Landers Superstore, together with its partners Popeyes, Kuya J, 8990 Holdings Inc. Isla Sugbu Seafood City, and Majestic Restaurant, have been able to distribute 595 boxes of Landers Central pizza, 315 buckets of Popeyes Chicken, and 46 bags of groceries containing essential items like toiletries and snacks to 34 hospitals and 6 army checkpoints. Each box of pizza and bag of groceries contain heartfelt messages of thanks and encouragement from the staff and members of Landers Superstore.
Helping Hand for our Frontliners
Some of the hospitals that received donations are Philippine General Hospital, San Lazaro Hospital, Asian Hospital and Medical Center. We also sent help in The Medical City, St. Luke’s Medical Center QC and BGC, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, UERM Memorial Hospital, Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Chinese General Hospital, Philippine Heart Center, and East Avenue Medical Center. Perpetual Help Medical Center in Binan, Laguna, and Cebu Doctors Hospital, UCMed, Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center and Cebu Velez General Hospital in Cebu City also received some of our donations.
Meanwhile, the army checkpoints that received donations are in Alabang, Susana Heights, Canlubang Exit, Zapote Service Road, Brgy. MacArthur Highway, and NLEX Camachile. The project aims to reach out to more hospitals and checkpoints in the next few days. Our front liners can rest assured that Landers Superstore remains fully committed to helping and supporting them in their fight.
Landers Superstore would like to Thank all the doctors, nurses, and health workers fighting this deadly virus head-on. “Know that we are always praying for your safety and health. Let’s get through this pandemic together”. #FightCOVID19