170 visually impaired families receive gifts from Santa cops

Published December 22, 2020, 12:01 PM

by Zaldy Comanda

CAMP DANGWA, Benguet – Some 170 visually impaired families received assorted food packs and face shields from PROCOR Director Brig. Gen. R’win Pagkalinawan at Camp Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet.

PROCOR Director PBGen. R’win Pagkalinawan personally distributes gift packs to some 170 visually impaired families as beneficiarues in a simle thanksgiving activities at Camp Bado Dangwa in La Trinidad,Benguet. (PROCOR photo / MANILA BULLETIN)
PROCOR Director PBGen. R’win Pagkalinawan personally distributes gift packs to some 170 visually impaired families as beneficiarues in a simle thanksgiving activities at Camp Bado Dangwa in La Trinidad,Benguet. (PROCOR photo / MANILA BULLETIN)

“Yuletide Season is the time for giving and sharing. This is a Filipino tradition of showing appreciation and gratitude to people close to our hearts,” Pagkalinawan said.

Aside from food packs, Pagkalinawan handed over P50,000.00 cash for the visually impaired beneficiaries.

The gift giving was held in accordance with a;; safety protocols and in partnership with Regional Advisory Council Member Dona Digna Rosario.  

The beneficiaries showed their appreciation by showcasing their talents in singing.

Pagkalinawan said that in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, people should remember that the real meaning of the season is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.

The PNP leadership cancelled all kinds of celebration this yuletide season in all PNP offices. Instead, policemen were encouraged to celebrate with their loved ones in the simplest way possible and in observance of the safety standards. 

 
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