PPE and bottled drink distribution led by PCEC-Philrads Chief Operations Officer, Ms. Rose Handog.

Today’s PPE and bottled drink distribution was led by PCEC-Philrads Chief Operations Officer, Ms. Rose Handog.

The following were delivered today:

1) Pasig City Rescue and Emergency Disaster Training Center. Received by Executive Assistant of Mayor Vico Sotto, Mr. Al Edralin. These items are intended for Pasig City Children’s Hospital:

100 PEVA Coats
200 sets PPE
600 PC’s kN95 masks
10 cases Thunder Energy drink
4 cases bottled water
1000 pcs surgical masks

2) San Juan City Health Department:

200 sets PPE
600 pcs kN95 masks
10 cases Thunder Energy drink
4 cases bottled water

3) PNP General Hospital, received by PltCol. Denver Alidao:

100 sets PPE
10 cases Thunder Energy drink
2 cases bottled water

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PCEC-PHILRADS with Ptr. Nimrod Sonio

Sorsogon City Foursquare Church has initiated distributing relief goods of fresh fish in their community. They were able to serve 161 families with fresh seafood!

We are so inspired with the leadership of Pastor Nimrod Sonio who has been a partner of PCEC-Philrads for a long time. Let us continue to create ripples of goodness and generosity to those in need!

Mabuhay po kayo!

“Together we can serve through Christ that strengthens us.”

“Together we can serve through Christ that strengthens us.”

PCEC – Philrads, with the support of partners and donors thru our Covid 19 response, was able to serve 2,685 families affected by the ECQ with relief goods, provided PPE to 49 Hospitals and Government Agencies and supported 72 pastors with cash assistance.

We pray that donations and support pour in so that we can serve more.

PCEC-philrads’ Shepherd Project

PCEC-philrads’ Shepherd Project put smiles on the faces of 37 pastors from Aklan, Capiz, and Antique. These areas were badly hit by typhoons Ursula and Tisoy late last year. At the beginning of this year, their families were still recovering from the effects of the typhoon. With the Enhanced Community Quarantine in effect in their areas since March, they had a difficult time to provide for their families’ basic needs. Most of them rely on the church’s income. With prohibited mass gatherings, there is also a limit on the possibility for these pastors to look for other sources of income. Yet they continue to serve their flock and provide spiritual guidance as they best could.

If you are touched and would want to bless pastors and their families during these difficult times, contact PCEC-PHILRADS and inquire about how you can contribute to the Shepherd Project.

This project was made possible by the support of Jubilee Christian Academy.

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