Batch 2012 Alumni of Various High Schools Launch Fundraiser to Get PPEs to PGH Frontliners

In the spirit of batch solidarity, Batch 2012 alumni from various high schools within Metro Manila have launched a fundraising campaign to bring at least 2,012 personal protective equipment (PPEs) to medical front-liners at the Philippine General Hospital which has recently been operating as a referral hospital for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patients.

According to the official Facebook page of the initiative, PPEs will be sourced locally in support of local manufacturers and will be directly delivered to PGH. The organizers aim to raise enough funds for the 2,012 PPEs by the end of April 2020.

Donations may be made via GCash, PayMaya, BDO, and BPI. Check their Facebook for more details.

To find more ways to help our medical front-liners, see our articles here.

(ALSO READ: Here’s How To ‘Pledge A Plate’ and Help Feed Our Frontliners)

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