Sitel Puerto Princesa donates to communities in need
“Prior to the Enhanced Community Quarantine, Puerto Princesa communities enjoyed a thriving tourism industry thanks largely to the Underground River,” said Beth Maclang, Puerto Princesa Underground River Senior Park Superintendent. “With the ECQ in place, however, people were no longer allowed to travel and communities that heavily relied on tourism for income were greatly affected. These community-based sustainable tourism groups were left without a means to work and earn income.” The foundation called on local business partners to help raise funds and purchase essential goods for families in need. Volunteers put together 400 care packages consisting of rice, vegetables, vegetable seedlings, and basic grocery essentials, and on April 16, volunteers distributed these to the impacted communities and its residents.
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