Isuzu PH extends assistance to select hospitals via cash aid

Updated Dec 27, 2022 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

IPC has completed its P1-million Road to Progress donation drive. 

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is driven to not just excel in offering quality products but is also geared to give back to the community. This is why the company launched the Road to Progress donation project, which is IPC’s initiative in helping select hospitals in different regions of the Philippines.   

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As part of its Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), IPC initiated a cash donation project aimed to promote “Good Health and Well-Being” in the community. It is Isuzu Philippines’ way of living up to its corporate tagline, “Your Responsible Partner”.   

IPC donated a total of Php 1 million to four hospitals, with each hospital receiving Php 250,000 cash to aid in their respective projects and necessities. 

Isuzu PH travels to Sorsogon for hospital donation project

Isuzu Philippines donated P250,000 each to four hospitals

Irosin District Hospital in Sorsogon was one of the first beneficiaries of IPC’s Road to Progress donation project. Isuzu traveled to Sorsogon with IPC Assistant Vice President for Administration Imelda Bernas and the Gencars team, which was led by Isuzu Legaspi Sales Manager Susan Reyes. 

Northern Mindanao Medical Center in Cagayan De Oro is also one of the beneficiaries that received Php 250,000. 

IPC completed its donation drive as it handed Php 250,000 to Philippine Children’s Medical Center (PCMC) in Quezon City, and Dumarao Medicare Hospital in Capiz. The two turnover ceremonies were done separately with IPC Assistant Vice President for Administration Imelda Bernas, and IPC Sales Assistant Division Head Robert Carlos. 

The PCMC is a government-run hospital specializing in pediatrics. IPC said that PCMC is currently expanding and enhancing its facilities to provide better service. The cash donation from IPC will be used to build a shed for PCMC’s waiting area.  

Meanwhile, Dumarao Medicare Hospital is also a local government-run hospital in Dumarao, Capiz. It caters to patients from several nearby barangays. With the Php 250,000 cash donation from IPC, this small hospital is looking forward to purchasing more medical supplies and medicines for its patients. 

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“We are glad that we are able to extend assistance to different hospitals nationwide through this Road to Progress donation project. As Filipino’s responsible partner, our goal here is to be able to give back to the community, particularly those that are in dire need of assistance. Together with our dealers, we hope to uplift the life of many more Filipinos with our projects in line with our renewed vision,” Bernas said.

On the other hand, IPC will have a new president come next year. Tetsuya Fujita, who is currently a Senior Executive of Isuzu Motors Limited Japan (IML), will be replacing Noboru Murakami. The outgoing IPC president will take the helm of Isuzu North America.

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Martin Aguilar

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Martin is a BA Literature graduate from the University of the Philippines Diliman. He started his writing career as an editorial assistant and writer for various magazines under ABS-CBN Publishing. Before being the Content Editor of Philkotse, Martin was a writer for Autoindustriya then shifted gears in 2017 to become the editor for AutoDeal.



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