NGCP gives P2.785M for Hermosa drug surrenderees’ reformation program

HERMOSA, Bataan – True to its commitment to help communities, the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) has donated on Monday P2.785 million to Hermosa government for the rehabilitation of drug reformists.
A memorandum of agreement was signed by NGCP Corporate Initiatives and Advocacies Division Head Lida May C. Lopez, TESDA Bataan Director Virginia Bondoc, Police Bataan Director Marcelo Dayag, and Hermosa Mayor Jopet Inton for the program dubbed “Bukas na Pintuan Tungo sa Pagbabago” in a simple ceremony held at the municipal hall.
“NGCP is grateful to help especially host communities”, said NGCP President and CEO Anthony Almeda in a message read by NGCP OIC Head of Right of Way Division Atty. Yasha Paredes.
“We hope the fund we donated will be able to truly help drug reformists”, he added.
“Hermosa is the 4th town in Bataan to receive donation from NGCP for the drug reformists’ rehabilitation program that started in 2016”, said NGCP Corporate Initiatives and Advocacies Division Head Lida May C. Lopez.
“This is a pilot project. We came to pick Bataan for your successful anti-illegal drugs campaign”, she told local officials.
NGCP has already donated P4.3 million funds for the drug surrenderees’ reformation program of 3 Bataan towns. Dinalupihan and Orion towns received P1.74 million each and Balanga City, P800 thousand.
“We thank local leaders for giving us the opportunity to help in the drug reformation program in the province”, earlier said Lopez. NGCP District 5 or the West Central Plain covers the areas of Bataan and Zambales.
“Bataan has effective governance, care for the environment and is clean”, he also said who has been holding office at NGCP Hermosa Substation for the last 15 years.
NGCP Corporate Communication Officer Fely Francisco who was the emcee, made the ceremony animated.

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