News Release

Philippine Navy NRC Distributes Church Donations

Partnering with the Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Command (NRC), over 39,000 personal protective equipment (PPE) gowns and 40,000 face masks donated by Latter-day Saint Charities (LDSC) are currently being distributed to over 60 strategic partners and beneficiaries across the Philippines. 

“We are ever grateful to Latter-day Saint Charities for these much-needed donations!,” said Brigadier General Rodylyn “Cherrisse” Manzano, Chairman of the NRC Multisectoral Linkaging Committee. 

On August 5, 2021, LDSC had donated 665 boxes of PPE gowns (each containing 60 suits) and 16 boxes of face masks (2,500 face masks per box) to the NRC. This was done as part of its global relief efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Since August, the NRC and its various strategic partners have distributed the donations to the following beneficiaries: 

  • Mandaluyong City Medical Center 
  • National Center for Mental Health
  • Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital
  • Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center
  • Ospital ng Sampaloc
  • Ospital ng Sta. Ana
  • Ospital ng Maynila
  • Ospital ng Tondo
  • Ospital ng Muntinglupa
  • Gat Andres Bonifacio Hospital
  • Justice Abad Santos Medical Center
  • COVID-19 Field Hospital
  • Philippine General Hospital
  • Amang Rodriquez Medical Center (Laboratory)
  • Pasig City General Hospital
  • Rizal Medical Center
  • San Juan Medical Center
  • Veterans Memorial Medical Center (VMMC)
  • Cavite Naval Hospital
  • Manila Naval Hospital
  • Pedro Gil Health and Lying-In Center
  • Rosario Health Center
  • Icasiano Health Center (Bagong Buhay Health Center)
  • Paco Health Center
  • J Fabella Health Center
  • Buhay Mahalaga Health Center
  • BASECO Health Center
  • Intramuros Health Center
  • AFP Health Services Command V. Luna Medical Center
  • Philippine Military Academy
  • 118th Philippine Coast Guard Auxiliary Squadron
  • UP Los Baños Infirmary
  • Youth with a Mission/Asian Eye Center
  • Headquarters Naval Task Force 83
  • Civil-Military Operations Group
  • Lianga District Hospital
  • Philippine Airforce Hospital
  • Army Hosptal
  • National Children's Hospital
  • Philippine Orthopedic
  • Lung Center
  • Tala Hospital
  • Bicol Regional Hospital & Training Center
  • PNP Health Services
  • Philippine Army Office of the Army Chief Surgeon
  • Philippine Navy Naval Forces Southern Luzon
  • Philippine Navy Naval Forces Northern Luzon
  • Philippine Navy Naval Forces Western Mindanao
  • Philippine Navy Naval Forces Eastern Mindanao
  • Philippine Navy Naval Forces West
  • Philippine Navy Naval Forces Center Eastern Visayas
  • Philippine Fleet
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Command
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center NCR
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center Southern Luzon
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center Northern Luzon
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center Western Visayas
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center Eastern Visayas
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center Center Western Mindanao
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center Eastern Mindanao
  • Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Center West
  • Philippine Marine Corps 1st Marine Brigade
  • Philippine Marine Corps 2nd Marine Brigade
  • Philippine Marine Corps 3rd Marine Brigade
  • Philippine Marine Corps 4th Marine Brigade
  • Philippine Marine Corps Combat Service and Support Brigade (CSSB)
  • Philippine Marine Corps Marine Battalion Landing Teams 1-12
  • Philippine Marine Corps Field Artillery Battalion (FABN)
  • Philippine Marine Corps Assault Armor Battalion (AABN)
  • Philippine Marine Corps Marine Corps Surgeon
  • Philippine Marine Corps Marine Base Ternate/Infirmary

Latter-day Saint Charities

Sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Latter-day Saint Charities is an application of the admonition of Jesus Christ to help others in need. Jesus Christ taught His followers to give meat to the hungry and drink to those who thirst. His is a gospel that includes taking in the stranger, loving neighbors as self, and visiting those who are sick or imprisoned. 

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