In these trying times, who else deserves gratitude more than the heroic frontliners? From delivery riders and public utility vehicle drivers to medical practitioners, they selflessly devote their time and service to curb the spread of COVID-19.
As a way of paying forward, CHERRY—through its corporate foundation MSN Foundation—took the lead in donating medical supplies to 38 hospitals across NCR. The distributed supplies including HazMats, KN95 face masks, and thermal guns, are vital at this time and would help the health sector in combating the COVID-19 virus.
Some of the recipients were Ospital ng Maynila; Tondo Medical Center; Santa Ana Hospital; Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center; San Lazaro Hospital; Ospital ng Tondo; Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital; Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital; National Center for Mental Health; San Lorenzo Ruiz General Hospital; Ospital ng Malabon; Valenzuela Medical Center; Pasig City General Hospital; Quirino Memorial Medical Center; Pasay City General Hospital; Southern Tagalog Medical Regional Hospital; National Kidney and Transplant Institute; and Navotas City Hospital among many others.
Since its beginning, MSN Foundation has been the vanguard of quality programs that are of service to various communities. Thus, it continues to provide assistance, chiefly to the medical sector and frontliners, especially in these trying times.
CHERRY caRES is the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) principle of Cherry Mobile that stands for Customers, Natural Resources, Employees, and Society. It embodies the deep desire of the company to give back, share, care, and create a positive impact not just for its own people but more for the greater whole. Since 2011, CHERRY caREs laid the groundwork for the establishment of MSN Foundation, now the corporate foundation of CHERRY. It has spun various education, health, environment, livelihood, and community development programs in the hope of improving lives and igniting change in the nation one community at a time.