A month after the onslaught of Typhoon Odette, Alagang AyalaLand sustains the provision of relief and support to disaster-stricken areas in Cebu City as in-kind donations collected in their business units continue to pour in.
Alagang AyalaLand continues to provide relief to communities post-Odette
Alagang AyalaLand has mobilized its teams to pack and distribute over ₱1.5 million worth of relief packs to seven barangays surrounding Cebu Business Park and Cebu IT Park. Each relief pack contains a pack of rice, canned goods, coffee, noodles, and hygiene kits.
Relief packs were distributed to over 1,200 families in Barangays Luz, Apas, and Lahug last December 25 to 28, 2021, while 400 families in Barangay Hipodromo received relief packs last December 29. Distribution of relief packs to 1,544 families in Barangays Mabolo, Kamputhaw, Carreta, and Punta Engaño also took place last December 20, 2021, and January 4, 2022, respectively.
After Typhoon Odette made landfall in Cebu last December 16, Alagang AyalaLand immediately activated their Disaster Relief Assistance (DRA) Program and teamed up with business units such as Ayala Center Cebu and Ayala Malls Central Bloc to provide relief in disaster-stricken areas in Cebu City.
Last month, they also partnered with their business units such as Ayala Center Cebu, Ayala Malls Central Bloc, Amaia Land Corporation, Ayala Land Estates Inc., Ayala Property Management Corporation, Makati Development Corporation, and Seda Hotels in Cebu City to provide ₱200,000 worth of relief packs for over 400 families including frontliners of their business units and the immediate communities around the business parks.
Alagang AyalaLand continues to accept in-kind donations at their business units. One may donate canned goods, rice, drinking water, instant noodles, and hygiene kits at The Active Zone in Ayala Center Cebu near Breadtalk or at AyalaMalls Central Bloc near the Concierge.