You Can Help Protect COVID-19 Frontliners!

Together, flattening the curve is possible.

Because of your unwavering support and generosity, Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, can extend help to medical front liners and kababayans who are gravely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Together with its partner, the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Operation Blessing distributed Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and preventive care kits to 8 hospitals, on March 24. 

Through your giving, medical front liners from Pasig City General Hospital, Ortigas Hospital and Health Center, Quirino Memorial Hospital, Culion Hospital in Palawan, Gumaca Quezon District Hospital, Word of Hope Hospital, Caloocan General Hospital, and Mary Johnston Hospital received much-needed PPEs and preventive kits. 

Each kit contains alcohol, face masks, vitamins, soaps, and disposable gowns, gloves, caps and shoe covers – to help keep them safe as they bare challenges brought by the pandemic. 

Aside from giving out kits, the OB team also prayed for the frontliners and encouraged their spirits during these trying times.

Your continuous support is needed in helping them save more lives! Even when you’re staying at home, you can protect the frontliners by donating the following: 

  1. Surgical mask or N95 mask 
  1. Nitrile gloves 
  1. Goggles or face shields 
  1. Disposable surgical gown and raincoat 
  1. Disposable surgical cap 
  1. Disposable shoe cover 
  1. Isopropyl alcohol (70%) 
  1. Hand sanitizer 
  1. Soap for body and hands 
  1. Vitamin C 

You may also donate online or send your monetary donations through Paypal (obpaypal@paypal.com), GCash (Operation Blessing) and the following bank accounts with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc. 

BDO: 0030000-55279 

BPI: 3001-0040-33 

METRO BANK: 270-3-27050273-4 

UNION BANK: 00-216-072163-9 

Show your support to the selfless front liners by partnering with the Operation Blessing now! 

For more information, you may contact 0939-921-5543 or send an email to info@obphil.com. You may also visit Operation Blessing’s website and Facebook page. 

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