Orani businessman and philanthropist Antonio “Jon” Arizapa Jr. on Wednesday, donated a patrol vehicle to REACT (Regional Emergency Assistance Communication Team) Mt. Samat Group in a simple turn-over ceremony held at the AFAJI Headquarters in Barangay Mulawin, Orani, Bataan.
Alex Baltazar, REACT Mt. Samat Group chief, said the patrol vehicle will be used by their team to respond to emergencies and provide assistance to those in need in the municipality of Orani and in nearby towns if the need arises. Baltazar added that this patrol vehicle will greatly enhance their group’s ability to respond to emergencies and provide assistance to those in need. The vehicle will be equipped with the latest technology and equipment to ensure that the REACT Patrol Rescue team here can provide the best possible assistance. The donation is part of Arizapa’s ongoing efforts to support the local community and give back to those in need.
Antonio “Jon” Arizapa is a well-known businessman and philanthropist from Orani, Bataan with humble beginnings and has a long history of supporting local organizations and causes, and his donation of the patrol vehicle is just the latest example of his generosity. The donation was met with gratitude by the members of REACT (Mt. Samat Group), who thanked Arizapa for his support. The patrol vehicle will be put to good use, helping those in need and making a difference in the local community. REACT Mt. Samat Group is a volunteer organization that provides emergency response and assistance to those in need. The group is made up of dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to help others. The said group is an affiliate of REACT Philippines Incorporated, a volunteer non-profit organization in the Philippines for disaster risk reduction, emergency and disaster response.