Hope for Yolanda survivors
Rosalinda L. Orosa (The Philippine Star) - October 27, 2014 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines -  British American Tobacco (Philippines) Limited  has tapped Negrense Volunteers for Change Foundation Inc. as its partner in implementing more than P9 million worth of infrastructure and livelihood projects in Yolanda-struck areas. Barangays in Biliran, Eastern Samar, and Leyte will benefit from the partnership. Signing the memorandum of agreement are BATP general manager James Lafferty and NVC president Milagros Kilayko. Looking on from behind is NVC trustee Mariel Tolentino. The projects covered by the agreement are now underway. BATP also donated P1 million to ABS-CBN Foundation Sagip Kapamilya in January for its Yolanda-related efforts.

 

BARANGAYS BILIRAN BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO CHANGE FOUNDATION INC EASTERN SAMAR FOUNDATION SAGIP KAPAMILYA JAMES LAFFERTY MARIEL TOLENTINO MILAGROS KILAYKO NEGRENSE VOLUNTEERS YOLANDA
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