Innovation, quality products, cost-effective prices, and now the gift of sharing

Published December 26, 2021, 5:01 AM

by MB Technews

For many companies and organizations, big or small, sharing their blessings to underserved sectors during this time of the year has been a tradition that adds color and light to relive the Spirit of the Holidays. This tradition has provided an avenue to Vendiz Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (VPI) founder Juvencio “Ven” Dizon, to create a legacy for his company to continue over the years.

Driven by its mission to improve the lives of the Filipino people through continuous innovation, quality products, and cost-effective prices, VPI extended this objective through corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs that reach out to non-government institutions catering to the special needs of our people. This year, VPI continues Mr. Ven’s Legacy by extending assistance to not just one but four organizations this Christmas.

Gift of Love to Our Lady of Pentecost Parish

Vendiz Representatives with Fr. Herbel Torres of Our Lady of Pentecost Parish

Giving the gift of love, last November 18, Vendiz Pharmaceuticals, Inc. revisited Our Lady of Pentecost Parish in Loyola Heights, Quezon City to turn over their year-end donation that will provide support to 80 students of the Parish’s scholarship program. Parish Priest, Fr. Dodot Torres, received the monetary donation along with some other medicines from VPI representatives.

“VPI has been supporting the activities of the parish through regular donations in the past years – even before the pandemic struck the country. This year, we revisit this parish, along with three other non- government organizations, as a symbol of our devotion and support to their programs that aims to uplift the lives of our kababayans. We hope that these contributions from our management and people will be a great help in pursuing their goals and aspirations in life,” Philip C. Dizon, President & CEO – Vendiz Pharmaceuticals Inc. 

Casting Hope to Tulay ng Kabataan  

Vendiz Representatives handing over the donation to TNK Secretary, Ms. Grace de Vera and French Volunteer Tiphaine de Feraudy

Casting hope to 400 youth of Tulay ng Kabataan (TNK) in Diliman, Quezon City, VPI representatives tuned over monetary donation, vitamins and medicines to TNK Secretary, Ms. Grace de Vera last November 18. This donation aims to support the education, nutrition and health protection of the children under TNK’s care.

Tulay ng Kabataan is a non-profit organization founded on May 15, 1998 by a French Jesuit Priest. Executive Fr. Matthieu Dauchez and Ms. Gloria Recio oversee the daily operation of the organization along with multi-disciplinary volunteers from the local community.

To learn more about Tulay ng Kabataan, you may visit

Spreading Joy at Children’s Joy Foundation, Inc.

VPI Representatives with the children of CJFI and Ms. Virgie Seballos, Volunteer Coordinator 

With children being the center of the Christmas Season, VPI also extended assistance to the wonderful kids of Children’s Joy Foundation, Inc. (CJFI), which care facility is located in Project 8, Quezon City. VPI chose to aid CJFI to support its commitment of fulfilling the mission of love and compassion for the neglected and under privilege children in the Philippines. Through provision of basic need and education, CJFI has been a home of joy and love to hundreds of children from different parts of the country since 1998.

To learn more about the programs and services of Children’s Joy Foundation, Inc. you may visit

Providing Light at Resources for the Blind, Inc.

Resources for the Blind, Inc.’s Ms. Loy Ang, and Ms. Gloria Mendoza with VPI Representatives

VPI representatives turned over their donation to the non-government Christian organization serving blind people, Resources for the Blind, Inc. last November 25. VPI believes that everyone should be given an equal opportunity despite of impairment or disability. The Company’s monetary donation along with some vitamins and medicines aims to help the organization in their daily operation, which include production of braille books for our blind fellowmen.

Resources for the Blind, Inc. was established in 1988 in EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City. To learn more about Resources for the Blind, Inc., visit

“As we usher the New Year with hope, may the love, joy and light of Christmas bring safety and comfort to ourselves and to all our loved ones,” Mr. Philip Dizon, concluded.