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Hann Foundation aids typhoon-hit victims

CLARK FREEPORT—Hann Foundation Inc. (HFI) has assisted 2,000 families in Pampanga and Ilocos Sur affected by typhoon “Egay” and the enhanced Southwest monsoons.

HFI BayaniHann has dedicated ₱1.5 million to deliver essential relief supplies to 2,000 identified families whose lives have been affected by the recent calamities.

The Foundation distributed assistance in four locations: August 23 in Candaba, Pampanga; August 24 in Masantol, Pampanga, with solo parents as the beneficiaries; August 26 in Vigan City, llocos Sur, specifically aiding communities in Barangay Bongtolan and Barangay Cabaroan; and September 1 in Sasmuan, Pampanga, reaching out to solo parents, PWD (persons with disabilities), and senior citizens.

The relief packages include a diverse array of essential items, including food, clean water, hygiene kits, and more. Additionally, beneficiaries will have access to temporary shelter and vital medical assistance, all extended through the unwavering commitment of HFI.

HFI has partnered with the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR); Alpha Aviation Group, who offered their facility as the primary repacking venue and mobilized their employee volunteers for repacking; Clark Development Corporation (CDC) contributed by providing storage facilities for relief supplies and lending their 50-seater bus to transport 500 relief boxes and volunteers to Vigan City.

Meanwhile, the Philippine Air Force Headquarters Air Defense Command (PAF HADC) provided volunteers for the repacking process and offering a truck for transporting volunteers to the Candaba relief operation.

Additional support came from volunteers representing the Philippine National Police Special Action Force (PNP SAF), Philippine Army 522 Engineering Brigade, Swissotel Clark, Han Casino Resort, as well as their media partners PEP TV 3 and the Pampanga Press Club.

HFI foundation manager Ronnel Golimlim thanked the partners and volunteers for their support.

Founded in 2017, HFI has consistently been at the forefront of disaster relief efforts, striving to provide aid and bolster resilience among communities facing adversity.