Phoenix fuel donations reach almost 180,000 liters

Phoenix fuel donations reach almost 180,000 liters
Fueling COVID-19 initiatives nationwide, Phoenix reached 179,079 liters of total fuel donations by end of June to various organizations including Libreng Sakay programs for frontliners, and outreach activities in areas under quarantine.

As the government eases up quarantine restrictions nationwide, Phoenix Petroleum, the homegrown, leading independent oil company in the country, wrapped up its fuel donation initiatives with a total of 179,079 liters of free Phoenix fuels as part of its campaign to help battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

Donated to nine different organizations all over the country, Phoenix participated in various programs and partnered with local government units (LGUs) and non-governmental groups in the past three months to be able to provide relief to frontliners, health workers, and affected communities.

In Luzon, the company partnered with the Department of Transportation (DOTr) for its Libreng Sakay program. Free Phoenix fuels were donated to more than 2,245 vehicles that provided free shuttles to health workers all over the metro since April. A total of 114 vehicles from the Philippine Disaster Recovery Agency’s Libreng Sakay program were also provided with free Phoenix fuels.

For eight weeks, Phoenix fuel vouchers were also given to 58 GrabBayanihan vehicles that were used to deliver essential medical goods to hospitals. Philippine Red Cross’ MV Amazing Grace Humanitarian Ship, used to transport COVID-19 testing kits from Manila to other parts of the country, was also powered by 20,000 liters of donated Phoenix fuels.

In partnership with Agrea and other Udenna companies, Phoenix also provided fuels to the Sagip Saka program which transported fresh farm produce from Batangas and Benguet farmers and donated to communities in Metro Manila. Makati LGU’s rolling market and grocery store called Makati Mart also used fuel donated by Phoenix.

Likewise, free Phoenix fuels were given to the West Visayas Hospital ambulance and the Iloilo LGU vehicles for the transport of medical supplies and frontliners in the province. A total of 69 vehicles received a combined 2,000 liters of Phoenix fuels. The company also provided fuels for the Libreng Sakay services of six Vallacar Transit buses in Davao City.

“Staying true to our battle cry, ‘Sasamahan ka ng Phoenix’, we have been relentless in providing help to individuals, groups, and communities greatly affected by the pandemic and the quarantine. While adjusting our business to adapt to the new normal and keeping our workforce safe and motivated, we have also been busy taking part in various outreach initiatives around the country by providing free Phoenix fuels to vehicles used in humanitarian programs. As a business that offers such an essential product, we are proud that we were able to give back to the Filipinos in the way we can during this difficult time,” Phoenix Petroleum President and Chief Operating Officer Henry Albert Fadullon said.

Aside from fuel donations, the company also donated cash to the Pinoy Tsuper Helping Hands, a Facebook group dedicated to helping the public utility drivers affected by the mass transportation suspension during the quarantine period. Cash donation was also given as support to the outreach activity of Phoenix’s Pinoy Tsuper Hero Year 3 winner Alberto Abad who distributed relief packs to his community. Meanwhile, face masks and PPE were donated to the Bureau of Fire in Davao City. The fuel donations are only a portion of Phoenix and its subsidiaries’ pledge to various initiatives to help and support communities all over the country in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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