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Clark investors, locators donate relief packs to Abra residents

A total of 515 households in barangay Labaan in San Quintin, Abra receive relief packs from Clark Investors and Locators Association, Inc. (CILA)

CLARK FREEPORT – The Clark Investors and Locators Association, Inc. (CILA) turned over relief packs to 515 households in Barangay Labaan in San Quintin, Abra.

The group likewise gave the village 50 pieces of big size water-proof trapal or tolda, 200 sets of pillow and blanket, and clothes for kids and adults.

According to CILA President Cristopher Magdangal, members donated voluntarily.

“All donations were accounted for, that is why we have something to share with our Kababayans in Abra.  As Filipino entities, it is our responsibility to help our Kababayans who are in dire need, whether inside or outside the Clark Freeport Zone,” he emphasized.

Magdangal said the group is one with the people of Abra on their road to recovery.

Donors include Fiona United Methodist Church, St. Catherine of Alexandria Foundation and Medical Center, Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company, Intertech Marketing Sales and Services, Inc., Yokohama Tire Philippines, Inc., Sycip Gorres Velayo and Co., Clark Water Corporation, Medina Flores and Ofrin Law Office, Cargohaus, Inc., and AGX Philippines.

Others who gave goods and cash were RGG Dream Cargo and Movers, Wind Tunnel, Philippine Academy for Aviation Training, Clark Electric Distribution Corporation, Semirecycling Co., Inc., Amertron, Inc., The Medical City, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Medical Center, and Alpha Aviation Group. 

CILA is a non-profit organization that supports and represents its locator-members in policy formulation to make Clark investor-friendly. 

The group has about 235 members which represents 90 percent of the composite amount of investments, exports and employment within the Freeport Zone.