Nissan Philippines continues to enrich Filipino lives as they express their gratitude to the medical frontliners through donating 1,100 meals.
Nissan in the Philippines in its commitment to enrich Filipino lives, has donated 1,100 meals to medical frontliners at the Research Institute of Tropical Medicine (RITM) fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Members of the Nissan Urvan Pilipinas, a club of owners of the popular van, supported the Japanese automotive brand’s outreach activity by helping deliver the meals to the medical facility. The meals were distributed to RITM staff, doctors, nurses, and medical technicians who handle the COVID-19 testing.
“Nissan’s vision of enriching people’s lives is a commitment to our customers and our communities. We aim to contribute in the fight against the pandemic in every way we can,
from ensuring the health of our people and customers in our workplaces, to supporting our medical frontliners through this donation,” said Atsushi Najima, President and Managing Director of Nissan in the Philippines.
Nissan in the Philippines donated and distributed meals to medical frontliners at various medical centers in Metro Manila last June. Along with similar efforts from Nissan dealerships around the country, these previous outreach activities were shown in a tribute video honoring the dedication and sacrifices of the frontliners, which was posted in Nissan Philippines social media accounts. The tribute video also features the song “Hibla ng Alaala” written by Nissan in the Philippines General Manager for Sales Rolando Navarro.
Photo caption: Atsushi Najima, President and Managing Director of Nissan in the Philippines, together with Rommel Juan, President and CEO of Binalot Fiesta Foods, and Jay Jose, Nissan Urvan Pilipinas President, turn over 1,100 donated meals to medical frontliners at Research Institute of Tropical Medicine (RITM), represented by Dr. Beatriz Quiambao, Officer-in-Charge Assistant Director of RITM