NRCen-EV conducts feeding program, distributes food packs to fire victims

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SOME 600 families who lost their homes to a fire in Barangay Punta Princesa, Cebu City received food packs from the Naval Reserve Center-Eastern Visayas (NRCen-EV) on Sunday, June 19, 2022.

The beneficiaries were among the residents left homeless by the blaze that affected at least five sitios last June 11.

“We are your navy. We will help anytime and anywhere within our means,” said NRCen-EV commander Cdr. James Francis Lugtu.

NRCen-EV, along with Philippine Navy Reservists and Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets, rolled out the feeding program and distributed food packs from Rise Against Hunger led by its executive director Jomar Fleras, and Simply Share Foundation led by its executive director Pamela Baricuatro.

The food packs were repacked Saturday, June 18 at the NRCen-EV headquarters, with the help of representatives from AXA Philippines.

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