BORONGAN CITY, August 4, 2017–Boxes of relief goods were collected by the personnel of the Eastern Samar PNP for the victims of the conflict in Marawi City.
ESPPO spokesman Michael Jude Dotingco said the relief goods are mostly food items like milk, noodles, canned goods, coffee, and also soap, diapers and other basic necessities. They made sure that the food items are Halal.
The goods were turned over to the Provincial Social Welfare Officer Josephine Paligutan.
According to Dotingco, more than implementing the laws and ensuring the peace and order in the community, they also want to show that they have a heart for those who are in need.
This initiative was supported by the police force in the province as a way of giving back and reaching out to people who are suffering because of the war in Marawi. “after all, we were the recipients of help from individuals and organizations after typhoon Yolanda,” Dotingco said.
Aside from the goods, they were also able to collect cash from the 25 line stations of the ESPPO. (Eden cidro/Este News)