NCAA donates PPEs worth P500K to PGH

/ 05:25 AM May 01, 2020

Even with its season cut short and the next one facing uncertainty, the NCAA will still continue helping coronavirus relief efforts, with the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) as one of its beneficiaries. The country’s oldest school league has allocated P500,000 worth of personal protection equipment (PPE) to medical front-liners.

“Each member school of the NCAA has done its part in the relief effort with donations of food and equipment,” said Arellano’s Peter Cayco, last season’s management committee chair. “This is the first time that we are giving a donation as a whole.”


Cayco, executive vice president of Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas Inc. (LVPI), is also extending help to front-liners in Malabon City.

LVPI is also giving away lunch every day to front-liners around LVPI offices as well as the Philippine Sports Commission premises.


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