HAPI Zambales’ Bread Donation Drive 2021 continues with Wave 2

Posted by Shane | Posted on March 11, 2021

By Van Catayong
HAPI Zambales Lead Convenor

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“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” -Winston Churchill

HAPI Zambales conducted its Bread Donation Drive: Wave 2 last March 9. We distributed 1,800 pieces of bread rolls to patients of San Marcelino District Hospital in San Marcelino, Zambales and James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital in Olongapo City. From the initial Php 3,000 personal pledge, we were able to gather more than enough funds to provide bread to one more hospital than originally planned.

Effort, time, and a big part of the funds came from good friends and families. We’d like to thank our sponsors:

  • Jomher Navalta Rabang
  • Emma Reynolds
  • Carren Gae Rabang Perucho
  • Eloisa Mae Bautista Navalta
  • Maria Juana Valenzuela
  • Angie Driskell
  • Althea Nicart
  • and an anonymous donor

Because of their overwhelming support, we were able to fund our upcoming 3rd bread donation drive on March 27 for the Aeta communities of Brgy. Cadmang Reserva, Cabangan, Zambales.

The loaves of bread are produced by Rabang’s Bakery from San Narciso, Zambales owned by Garry Rabang, HAPI Zambales’ Assistant Lead Convenor.

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