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Globe doubles up support for Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses victims

Over the past weeks, Globe has been providing assistance to victims and affected families of the recent Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses. The Dyip Sagip: Libreng Tawag, Libreng Charging and Libreng Wifi has been providing free services to customers in more than 80 affected areas.

Globe doubles up support for Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses victims

The telco also has been providing meal packs to more than 16,000 families since the aftermath of Typhoons Quinta, Rolly and Ulysses. Meal boxes from Rise Against Hunger were provided to 1,800 families in Cainta and Rodriguez in Rizal and the City of Marikina. In its earlier efforts, the company has also distributed meals to 420 affected families in Baseco barangay hall through the assistance of Ayala

Foundation, and 316 families in evacuation centers in Marikina via Manila Water Foundation. In partnership with Puregold, a total of 6,000 families have received meal packs, with 3,000 in Cagayan, 2,000 in Isabela and 1,000 in Catanduanes. Puregold is the exclusive partner of Globe for prepaid products.

The company, through GCash, has also raised P20.8 million allotted for #TulongCagayan and #UlyssesPHAid via customer donations through its GCash bills payment channel. On the other hand, a total of P1,575,826 Globe Rewards points have been raised for beneficiaries ABS-CBN Foundation and Ayala Foundation, Inc.

Globe doubles up support for Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses victims

Globe ensures the safety of both the volunteers and the public by strictly following government health protocols of observing social distancing and using face masks.

For more details and the latest on Globe’s sustainability efforts, visit their FB page at: https://www.facebook.com/GlobeBridgeCom.

Topics: Typhoon Rolly , Typhoon Ulysses , Globe , "Dyip Sagip: Libreng Tawag , Libreng Charging and Libreng Wifi"
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