Issue of June 18, 2017

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NFA accepts cash donations for Marawi terror victims
by Dionisio Dennis Jr.

The National Food Authority in Baguio is now accepting cash donations for the victims of the terrorism and other atrocities in Marawi City and other parts of Mindanao.

NFA-Benguet Provincial Manager Cecilia Concubierta said “Oplan Marawi” was launched in the national office aimed at collecting cash donations only.

“This is initiated by our top management headed by our administrator Jason Aquino,” Concubierta said.

She said that only cash donations will be received for easier and more convenient delivery.

“If we accept clothing, vegetables, or foods packs, we need to hire or get someone to deliver it for us. The travel to deliver the goods is also very long that is why we find it very impractical,” she said.

Concubierta said NFA employees have already given their donations which were properly accounted for and acknowledged. She said the same treatment will be given to every peso donated through them.

Aside from listing down the names of donors, she said they will also be sending them letters from the direct beneficiary as proof that their donations were really given to the victims.

“We have our own operation center in Marawi City that operates solely to administer the giving of the cash donations to the victims,” she said.

Concubierta said cash donations are only accepted in their office in Baguio City.

“We encourage our donors to visit our office for proper accounting and to be transparent with them. Their names and address are very important to us not only for proper acknowledgement but also if they want to receive letters from the beneficiaries,” she said.

She added that as long as the conflict in Mindanao is not resolved, they will continue to accept donations to help the victims recover from their loss.

“We pray that the conflict in Mindanao will come to an end the soonest so that our kababayans there can go back to their normal life,” Concubierta said.

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