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PCSO Delivers P10-M Calamity Fund and P200k Medical Assistance to The Victims of Earthquake

PCSO- The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO), a corporate agency under the office of President Rodrigo Duterte, delivers P10 million and P200 thousand from its yearly calamity fund to be used to aid the victims of the earthquake that struck some provinces in the Mindanao.

PCSO Delivers
Photo Source: Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office/Facebook

Over the past few days, the powerful earthquake that struck Cotabato and other parts of Mindanao has been one of the most trending topics on social media. The magnitude 6.6 earthquake damaged several buildings and establishments.

Recently lots of noble and generous personalities have donated and given some support to the victims of the earthquake in Mindanao. From local citizens, businessmen, celebrities, political personalities, and LGU’s donate help the hopeless victims of the earthquake in Mindanao.

Earlier this morning, Philippine Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) shared a photo on their Facebook page that they are on their way to North Cotabato and Davao del Sur to deliver a P10 million calamity fund and P200 thousand worth of medicines to the areas that have stricken by a strong earthquake.

Earlier today. While others were still sleeping, PCSO convoy led by GM Garma was on the move to deliver 10 Million…

Posted by Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office on Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Their post earns positive reactions from the netizens on their Facebook page. Netizens thanked them for their warm-hearted and kind services to the public.

Here are some of their reactions:

PCSO Delivers
Photo Source: Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office/Facebook
PCSO Delivers
Photo Source: Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office/Facebook

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