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PCSO graces BFP NCO oath-taking, ranking rites

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office General Manager Royina Garma was recently invited as the guest speaker during the oath-taking ceremony and pinning of ranks of the newly promoted non-commissioned officer ranks of the Bureau of Fire Protection at the BFP National Capital Region Office in Quezon City.

PCSO graces BFP NCO oath-taking, ranking rites
Emilyn Ubales, representative of PCSO General Manager Royina Garma (center), is flanked by (from left) BFP SSUPT Damian J. Rejano, CSUPT Wilberto Rico Neil A. Kwan Tiu, SSUPT Joe Fernand L. Bangyod, and CINSP Flor-Ian Guerrero. Ubales later delivers Garma’s message to the promoted firemen.
Represented by Ms. Emilyn Ubales, Garma expressed her gratitude to the firemen and congratulated all the newly promoted non-commissioned officers of the BFP.

In her message, Garma mentioned that PCSO and BFP shared the same mandate, which is to lend a hand to save lives.

She happily announced that PCSO is on track for its projected revenue of P52 billion to provide more funds for free hospitalization of patients, especially the indigent who need financial assistance.

PCSO’s income also funds the Universal Health Care Act, the flagship health program of President Rodrigo Duterte. Garma said the administration will get maximum fund support from PCSO, which will open more branches to serve Filipinos, especially the marginalized sector.

Garma, she encouraged everyone to keep on patronizing PCSO games and programs to raise more funds for the needy.

“Work hard with dedication and integrity, because you are accountable to the people, and serve them with utmost responsibility, loyalty, and patriotism,” Garma added.

Topics: Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office , Royina Garma , Bureau of Fire Protection
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