Tagum sends help to Isabela and Cagayan Valley

Tagum City – The recent typhoons brought destructions to some places in the Philippines leaving thousands of people with no homes and properties amidst the ongoing health crisis; thus, the City Government of Tagum and its people deemed it necessary to help fellow Filipinos get back on their feet through a donation drive.

Starting from November 15, the local government unit of Tagum initiated a donation drive through the City Youth Development Office. 500,000 worth of in-kind donations was collected by the office at the end of the said activity.

These donations included clothes that are tightly packed to avoid contamination, grocery items, and food. These goods are expected to be received by Gov. Rodolfo T. Albano III and Gov. Manuel N. Mamba, governors of Isabela and Cagayan Valley respectively.

In addition, some donations would also be given to Mr. Leo Ting, a resident of Isabela who helped Tagum during the height of the quarantine situation in the city so that he could distribute the donations to those who need them most in Isabela.

Meanwhile, Vice Mayor Eva Lorraine Estabillo spearheaded the loading of the donations to the cargo truck. She also sent her sympathy to the people of Isabela and Cagayan Valley. Ziyarah Manalo/CIO Tagum


Members of the Army Reservists, employees of the city, and some volunteers help in loading the donations collected by the City Government of Tagum through the City Local Youth Development Office bound for Isabela and Cagayan Valley. Gleiza Delgado/CIO Tagum


500,000 pesos-worth of in-kind donations was collected by the local government unit. The donations included clothes, grocery items, and food to be distributed to the victims of typhoon Ulysses. Gleiza Delgado/CIO Tagum


Vice Mayor Eva Lorraine Estabillo thanks Mr. Leo Ting, a resident of Isabela who extended his help during the lockdown of Tagum and sends her sympathy to the typhoon victims by leading the send-off of the donations last December 1. Gleiza Delgado/CIO Tagum